The muaythai community is delighted to be part of the planning meetings this week for The World Games 2021 in Alabama USA. Competition managers from all sports have gathered for a two-day session to focus on the details of the tournament, and of course visit the beautiful city of Birmingham.
Just one year ago muaythai athletes took part in The World Games in Wroclaw, Poland. Now those memories and of all the sports at the Games have been collected into a beautiful book highlighting this great celebration.
It’s hard to believe but it’s already been one year since muaythai under IFMA made its debut at The World Games – joining the IWGA family in Wroclaw, Poland. It was a great experience for everyone , and to celebrate you can now watch the muaythai finals from TWG2017 on The Olympic Channel. (link below)
IFMA congratulates the new IWGA Athlete of the Year – speed climber Reza Alipourshenazandifar from Iran.
Flat beds, chiropractors and happy athletes have become a normal sight during top-level muaythai tournaments thanks to cooperation between IFMA and the International Federation of Sports Chiropractic.
The World Games 2017 mascots have travelled the world promoting the Games, and today they landed in Belarus to mark IFMA’s world championships. This is the final chance for IFMA athletes to grab one of the remaining 11 slots for the Games in Wroclaw. Gretel said: ‘We’re planning on watching every one of the 10 […]
Finals day at the IFMA World Cup in Kazan, with 11 spots for The World Games 2017 up for grabs across male and female places. After a long and exciting day we had eight new athletes to add to the IFMA roster for The World Games as three of the gold medal winners previously qualified […]
IFMA athletes have gathered again to battle for a place at The World Games 2017 in Wroclaw, Poland. And we’re delighted Hansel and Gretel, the mascots for the 2017 Games have joined us once more! They are now working with IFMA on our project to end violence against women in partnership with UN-Women under the […]