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AIMS Joins Public Hearing
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AIMS Joins Public Hearing

A very special event took place in Bangkok organised by the national reform committee on Culture, Sports labour and Human resources. It was attended by many important speakers, chaired by Prof Dr Nithi Mahanon and certainly IOC member and executive board member of the national committee of Thailand KHUNYING Patama Leesawadtrakul. Khunying Patama made a […]

The Youth Giving us Hope and More Reasons to Smile
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The Youth Giving us Hope and More Reasons to Smile

                     The Youth Giving us Hope and More Reasons to Smile  Over the last 4 weeks, IFMA started a unifying initiative, #MuaythaiConnects, to bring the IFMA Youth even closer together in line with IFMA’s policy to do our best to contribute towards the best possible future […]

IFMA & UTS PRESENTS The #MuaythaiConnects 2020 Social & Active Challenge
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IFMA & UTS PRESENTS The #MuaythaiConnects 2020 Social & Active Challenge

  Sport Community, Where do we stand currently? We are all affected by this pandemic. We know that the Corona virus does not acknowledge borders, religion or nationalities. Many people across the world have lost loved ones, many have contracted the virus, whilst others are living in quarantine or under daily life altering restrictions. However, this virus is already […]

Right To Play, UTS and IFMA visit to Rohinga Refugee Camp
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Right To Play, UTS and IFMA visit to Rohinga Refugee Camp

Over 30 years ago, countless Rohinga families fled from violent human rights abuse and conflict within Myanmar (Burma) and have been “temporarily” living in nine refugee camps within the Tak Province along the western border of Thailand. With over 120,000 refugees in this region, they contribute to the fastest growing refugee crisis in the world. […]

United for Olympic Day 2018, Bangkok, Thailand
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United for Olympic Day 2018, Bangkok, Thailand

The Olympic run in Thailand was a huge success with over 12,000 participants coming together in the early hours of the 24th of June to do a five or ten kilometre run. IFMA and United Through Sport certainly were there in full force to not only participate but also take the opportunity for important meetings […]

Successful cooperation ARISF-IFMA leads to unification of Muaythai in Italy
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Successful cooperation ARISF-IFMA leads to unification of Muaythai in Italy

ARISF believes strongly in the concept of a unified front to support the healthy development of the sport on all levels. Over the last few years IFMA, ARISF International Federation Member, has initiated rigorous efforts to unify all Muaythai groups within the member countries. The unification processes have been accomplished in cooperation with the international […]

IFMA celebrates its IOC Recognition in a Successful Press Conference in Bangkok
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IFMA celebrates its IOC Recognition in a Successful Press Conference in Bangkok

Yesterday’s Press Conference hosted by IFMA to announce and celebrate their recent IOC recognition was one that was watched by IFMA members, stakeholders, muaythai fans and members of the world sporting family across the globe. Both international and national press and media filled the Grand Ballroom at the Grande Sheraton Sukhumvit Hotel together with honoured […]

AIMS congratulates Cheer and Muaythai!
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AIMS congratulates Cheer and Muaythai!

AIMS would like to congratulate Cheerleading (ICU) and Muaythai (IFMA) on receiving provisional recognition from the International Olympic Committee on the 6th of December 2016. AIMS wishes these members the best as they continue their journeys in sporting excellence and move on to ARISF. We hope that these two sports will continue to support and guide AIMS […]

Bangkok is Looking Forward to the Youth World Championships 2016
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Bangkok is Looking Forward to the Youth World Championships 2016

Youth teams from all over the world are getting ready to become part of the biggest muaythai event for junior divisions in the world. The Championships will take place in the capital of the Kingdom of Thailand, Bangkok. The event will showcase the future of muaythai, a friendly competition where athletes can make friends for […]