During the final day of competition at the PanAmerican muaythai championships, the national teams took time out to train kids from the Sport Is Your Gang project.
This year’s IFMA Youth World Championships is set to be bigger than ever with 68 teams registered so far for this celebration of young athletes.
Let’s join on a morning of fun and cultural exchange! The event will open with performances that the kids prepared especially for this day. The kids will then be taught the traditional Wai Kru. Adults will also be able to enjoy a muaythai training session! Additionally, everyone will have the chance to engage in sepaktakraw, […]
Seven of IFMA’s Pan-American federations held a meeting during the World Championships this week to discuss development of muaythai in the region.
Social projects set up by IFMA and supported by UNESCO are key for supporting youth in disadvantaged areas, a meeting heard during the IFMA World Championships.
This morning over 400 delegates from the world of sport gathered to hear about the next stages in IFMA’s progress towards Olympic recognition. Including today there are three more days of fights, but members carved out the time to continue their focus on social responsibility, and the future of their sport.
Positive youth development is an important part of muaythai and IFMA. Sport Is Your Gang has become a world-recognised project winning the SportAccord Spirit of Sport Award 2014. Peace building is a process of conflict transformation that involves addressing deep-rooted structural and cultural violence. Sport is the universal language for dialogue and interaction. It fosters […]
IFMA would like to congratulate the President and Founder of Peace and Sport, Mr Joël Bouzou, on being appointed to the Sport and Active Society Commission of the International Olympic Committee. IFMA is an active partner of Peace and Sport, and Muaythai’s Sport is Your Gang social initiative has cooperated with Peace and Sport on […]