IFMA believes in the significant power of muaythai for cultural understanding and the promotion of peace and that sport and diplomacy complement each other. The pandemic more than ever has united the muaythai and IFMA family sending out a message and a united stand of solidarity and resilience. Kazakhstan was one of the founding members of IFMA in 1992 and the […]
The Governor of the Sports Authority of Thailand made a special appearance to visit and support the IFMA athletes. Governor Doctor Gongsak Yodmani took the opportunity to go behind the scenes to greet the IFMA athletes from around the world and took time out to discuss and listen to their hopes and dreams. The Governor was especially impressed with the efforts […]
AMTAT is the sole recognised Muaythai federation in Thailand recognised by the National Olympic Committee and the Sports Authority of Thailand to send the official national team abroad and organise the Muaythai World Championships in the Kingdom. Doctor Sakchye Tapsuwan, the President of AMTAT welcomed all delegates to the AMTAT quarters inside the Sports Authority of Thailand giving them […]
Thailand like many other countries has had and is still continuing to fight the Covid 19 pandemic. The pandemic has affected all areas of society and certainly sport and muaythai have been no exception. Thailand has experienced many lockdowns and muaythai like other sports has had to make sacrifices and lose income resulting in gyms […]
It has been a turbulent few months for muaythai after Thailand experienced an outbreak of Covid 19 resulting in the stepping up of restrictions for many live sporting events. Now with a slow decline of the number of daily cases being reported muaythai is officially back in the motherland. This coming week the kingdom will be blessed with […]
Anyone who practices Muaythai has a special place in their heart for Thailand, the country which gave the world this beautiful martial art. A visit there is a reminder that Muaythai is more than sport, and for Belgian Muaythai it was a reminder that giving back can be as rewarding as learning.
It has begun. Nearly 70 teams out of an expected 83 teams are already checked into Bangkok for the Youth World Championships with a record number of delegates expected ti bring the overall number to close to 1,200.
The Royal Thai Government, The Amateur Muaythai Association under Royal Patronage and the International Federation of Muaythai Amateur made a combined press conference and there could not have been a more appropriate venue than the arena itself.