The finals of the Russian Virtual Muaythai Championships are making the headlines across the Russian regions and are highlighted on TV as the first all-Russian Virtual Combat Competition.
The times of uncertainty open up Muaythai clubs, athletes and coaches to new ideas which create a project never seen before. The Virtual Muaythai Championships becomes the competition for many countries with Russia seeing the finals of the event, Poland and Netherlands taking over organising their national events to qualify for the Virtual World Championships organised by IFMA. The new format of the competition opens doors to so many people who want to be part of the global muaythai movement.
Three disciplines were offered to the young participants to choose or register in each: Shadow Fight, Wair Kru and Max Fit to test the skills and condition of fitness practitioners who can try the sport for the first time in their lives.
Tomorrow 30 July stay tuned for the finals of the Russian Virtual Muaythai Championships and see the first gold medalists of this new exciting event.