An early morning start is the first lesson for youth taking part in the Discover Muaythai project in Malaysia; offering discipline and hope for teens who have lost their way. Already in its third round of funding and action, the partnership between muaythai and social groups is showing the true meaning of community sport.
An exciting day in Kuala Lumpur for IFMA athletes as gold medals were awarded on the final day of SEA Games muaythai action. Cambodia, Malaysia and Thailand were all involved with each country claiming gold at various weights to the delight of the international crowd.
Team Cambodia had a successful day in Kuala Lumpur taking home two wins from three bouts and taking their muaythai athletes closer to the gold medal day at the SEA Games 2017.
Opening day for IFMA athletes at the SEA Games 2017 in Kuala Lumpur was an exciting set of bouts with athletes from all six countries involved.
A two day gathering took place in Malaysia organised by the Malaysian National Olympic Committee and the national Ministry of Youth and Sports. His Excellency, Mr. Khairy Jamaluddin the Minister for Youth and Sports, addressed all the athletes, for them to work sincerely and enthusiastically to represent Malaysia, their families, their sport and most importantly, themselves.
Over 100 countries participated this year at the 2014 Muaythai World Championship in Langkawi Malaysia. With the host country acting as a melting pot for so many countries competing in a contact sport, one would think that tensions would be quite high. The truth was, the atmosphere was far from tense.
PUTRAJAYA – Malaysia is gearing up for their annual “Festival Belia Putrajaya,” which is a festival that aims to showcase the collective talent of the youths and spark inspiration through various workshops, activities, and events. The Malaysian National Muaythai Federation, which is fully recognized by the Malaysian government and Malaysian Olympic Committee, will be taking […]