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.
In the second day of muaythai action for the World University Championships, some familiar faces including Ali Dogan jumped the ropes for a busy day. Taking place in the busy tourist town of Pattaya, the crowds had plenty to cheer about as 16 countries vied for places in the next round.
One year ago this week muaythai athletes from 37 countries made history by becoming the first to take part at The World Games when muaythai made its debut under IFMA. They took home medals, but also new friendships and great memories. Some of them are feeling quite nostalgic this week, read on to see what […]
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 and the muaythai world congratulates Svetlana Vinnikova named as Athlete of the Month by The World Games organisation.
It is every athletes’ dream to participate in the IFMA World Championships. In the run up to The World Games 2021 the IFMA championships also will act as a qualifier for the pinnacle event – The World Games. The next edition of this multi-sport games will be held in Birmingham Alabama.
IFMA congratulates Svetlana Vinnikova awarded Best Athlete in Russia for her success in the muaythai ring.