IFMA is about to make history with the kick off of the first ever World Virtual Championships 2020. Not only will this event make history for the new format but also as it becomes one of the biggest events by the number of participants as it is the first time everyone gets an equal chance […]
IFMA is on the final streak to its historical Virtual World Championships where hundreds of youth will compete online from the safety of their homes. Four competitions have been offered to IFMA athletes: Shadow Box, Wai Kru, Max Fit and Aero Fit, four competitions which continue the development of the IFMA disciplines. Days before closing […]
The World Virtual Championships is getting closer and the full video pack of Wai Kru moves has been revealed by IFMA for thousands of contenders to practice the traditional element of Muaythai Wai Kru. With the excitement over the event is going ever higher IFMA is providing maximum opportunity for participants to be ready […]
Alena Leshkevich and Sofia Olofsson continue to show amazing results with both taking their third gold medal at the world championships this year.
IFMA runs a strong youth programme, with an annual Youth World Championships as the focus, and a number of those young athletes graduated to senior ranks at the Cancun 2018 championships. Some even won medals on their first outing, proving the value of competition at a young age.
The heads of the Pan-American muaythai federations met together during the world muaythai championships to make plans for the future development of amateur muaythai in the region.
Muaythai participated at The World Games for the first time last year, and the experience gained by those athletes clearly showed at this year’s muaythai championships when many made the podium again.
Sustainability and awareness of the potential impact athletes can have on a venue are always at the heart of IFMA planning, and the 2018 tournament took this care to a new level.