Caley Reece, is without doubt, one of the most decorated and outstanding muaythai athletes from Australia and worldwide. Her fight record speaks for itself with 64 fights, 59 wins and 5 losses. Caley holds multiple World titles featuring the coveted WMC (World Muaythai Council) logo. She qualified to compete at the World Combat Games winning […]
An important continental briefing took place between the IFMA headquarters Bangkok, IFMA office in the Olympic capital of Lausanne and the Oceania Muaythai Federation. The meeting was opened by OMF President and IFMA Vice President Sue Glassey. She thanked IFMA for coming in under a different time zone and thanked all Australia’s and New Zealand’s […]
Muaythai Australia is getting ready for another big event on the beautiful Gold Coast at the famous Carrara Stadium this weekend which was part of the Commonwealth Games in 2018. The Gold Coast also hosted SportAccord 2019 and the sports festival in which Muaythai Australia played an important role. This week will see the Allan Bell Open in memory of […]
Muaythai Australia continues to develop the next generation in line with IFMA and the development of sport in Australia. Since IFMA began the world youth development programme in 2010 and separated the youth and senior world championships, Australia has been one of the strongest youth teams at the World Championships. During the pandemic Western Australia has done […]
The annual Australian Muaythai awards take place shortly, and many of the nominated athletes have represented Australia at IFMA world level. It’s a great reflection of the hard work done by the federation to develop amateur muaythai.
This December Canberra, Australia will have the chance to experience action-packed Muaythai at a world class venue with two events. ACT Combat Sports Association and Muaythai Australia will be endorsing both a professional fight night, Warrior FC, and an amateur Muaythai tournament Road to Warrior FC.