A special meeting took place between the United States Muaythai Federation, the Birmingham Organising Committee of TWG2022 and IFMA. The USMF Executive Board and all leading Muaythai Gyms, the Athletes’ Commission, led by USMF President, Michael Corley, IFMA represented by Director Charissa Tynan and General Secretary Stephan Fox and BOC represented by Steve Mistrot IFMA […]
Phoenix, AZ: The U.S. Muaythai Open (USMTO) is one of the most prestigious and respectable events in the world and it is the only event in North America that closely adheres to the International Olympic Committee’s (IOC) recognized standards for the sport of Mauythai. 2020 was a challenging year for the USMTO as the organizers […]
From muaythai shorts to homemade masks that make a difference The IFMA family has always been encouraged to channel the pillars of muaythai into acts of kindness and social responsibility initiatives. It is with great pride and respect to learn about what one of our athletes from the United States Muaythai Federation has been doing […]
Up to 300 very young muaythai athletes have taken part this year in Youth Development Leagues across America as part of a grassroots drive to improve standards. The League is promoted by the United States Muaythai Federation, which recently submitted an application to the National Olympic Committee of America for recognition.
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.
Amateur muaythai is on the move in North America with national championships taking place in Canada and America shortly. Canada is up first with nationals on Saturday and Sunday this week organised by Muaythai Canada. Champions from this tournament represent Canada on the world stage, heading first to the Pan-Americans in Peru next month, and […]