March 23, 2017

Oceania is the smallest but far not weakest continent on muaythai map. Only teams from Australia and New Zealand have their athletes on the awarding podium on a regular basis, and New Zealand national dance Haka is famous to all IFMA member countries for giving confide...

March 23, 2017

The 2017 Nai Kanom Tom and Wai Kru festival in Ayutthaya organised by the Tourism Authority of Thailand, and the city of Ayutthaya was again a successful event.IFMA celebrating the IOC recognition had a booth and a big press wall for all muaythai friends to come and ta...

March 23, 2017

It was a true celebration in Ayutthaya last Friday when IFMA participated in the parade honouring the father of muaythai Nai Kanom Tom. The IFMA booth at the exhibition was a popular place for muaythai practitioners where they could talk about muaythai recognitions, co...

March 23, 2017

Every year on the 17th of March, the muaythai world celebrates the birthday of the legend “Nai Knom Tom” in celebration of Wai Kru day in the ancient city of Ayuddhaya. This year’s celebration attracted more than 1400 muaythai enthusiasts from masters to students. The...

March 23, 2017

Muaythai might traditionally be associated with kicks and punches, but its International Federation also wants it to be a force to build peace and inclusion in Bangkok’s disadvantaged areas.

Following the Olympic recognition of Muaythai in December, IFMA and UNESCO have...

March 23, 2017

2016 was an incredibly successful year for IFMA with the sport receiving its recognition by the International Olympic Committee. 2017 has a calendar packed with events around the world.

The Continental Championships will be held in Paris, Cancun and Rabat.

April will see...

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