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Libyan National Youth Championship

Libyan Muaythai Federation, a proud member of the IFMA family located in North Africa is fully recognized by the National Olympic Committee. The Libyan Muaythai Federation has engaged in a very active youth development program in cooperation with the African Muaythai Union and IFMA focusing on muaythai for all, for health and fitness, cultural development […]

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#MuaythaiConnects 2.0 Makes a Global Connection

Challenges create opportunities and to ensure that the IFMA youth stay physically and mentally active, IFMA has developed the #MuaythaiConnects initiative for all ages and levels. It is about engaging, fostering and promoting muaythai as a cultural art form. Showcasing the Wai Kru competitions, the Art of 8 Limbs through Shadow Boxing and Pad Work […]

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Muaythai Australia, WA Youth Development Programme

Muaythai Australia continues to develop the next generation in line with IFMA and the development of sport in Australia. Since IFMA began the world youth development programme in 2010 and separated the youth and senior world championships, Australia has been one of the strongest youth teams at the World Championships. During the pandemic Western Australia has done […]

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Youth Development Leagues showing the way for American Muaythai

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.

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Kyrgyzstan Youth Muaythai

The Kyrgyz Muaythai Championships for Cadets has just finished, as the final competitions took place this weekend in the capital of the Kyrgyz Republic, Bishkek. Competitions were carried out in three age categories: 8-9 years, 10-11 years and 12-13 years old. In total, about 150 of the best youth came from all regions of the […]