During a muaythai bout, the focus is naturally on the two athletes. But of course there is a third person; the referee. Ensuring fair play and safety for all as they go for gold.
Muaythai has a saying “we would rather lose in honour than win in dishonesty…” and fair play is one of the five pillars of Muaythai. It is important that all stakeholders in Muaythai are a part of this, and it must be ensured that athletes, coaches, doctors, and others of the entourage are sure that […]
Fair play in and out of the competition is one of the most important pillars of muaythai.
Chairman of the Athletes Commission, Multiple World Champion, and Team Captain of Russia. Artem Levin needs no introduction to the fighting world. Five times IFMA World Champion, multiple European Champion, and the true Ambassador for Muaythai in Russia. Levin is a fantastic sportsman, known for his skills in the ring but also for his sportsmanship […]
Fair play always has and always will be one of the five pillars on which muaythai stands. Twice a year IFMA organsies international seminars and workshops in conjunction with WADA, SportAccord and other stakeholders featuring international guest speakers.