The Pan-American Muaythai Championship is set in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The event host is the Argentinian Muaythai Federation, with support from the Confederacion Panamericana de Muaythai (CPM) and International Federation of Muaythai Amateur (IFMA).   The event takes place between December 13th to 17th, 2018.  Ten talented athletes will represent Canada at the Pan-American stage!…

The IFMA Youth World Championship returns to Bangkok for its third and final year, after which it the tournament will be hosted by other countries around the world. This makes 2018 the last opportunity (for awhile) to bring our young athletes to compete on the world stage in the heart of Muaythai’s home country- an…

Top athletes from the 2017 Muaythai Canada National Championship rose up from the dust of battle and have earned their place on the National Team. From May 10th to May 20th, they will represent Canada at the 2018 IFMA Muaythai World Championships in Cancun, Mexico. This tournament is the highest level of international amateur Muaythai competition,…

The contests lists for Sunday, November 12th have been posted below. Good luck to all the athletes in the finals; we’re excited to see who will be the new, 2017 Muaythai Canada National Tournament Champions. [Updated November 12th 2017, 10:36 AM] To download a copy of Ring A’s Sunday Contest List, click here. To download…

By Ryan McKinnon The build up to this year’s Pan Ams in Mexico City was met with a sense of trepidation as a series of earthquakes beginning on September 7 in Chiapas rocked the country. The central Mexico earthquake on September 19th had a magnitude of 7.1, and  took the lives of hundreds of people,…

By Ryan McKinnon From October 4th to the 8th, 2017, the Muaythai Pan American Championship will be held in Mexico City. Seven of Canada’s finest nak muay will be traveling with head coach Ajahn Suchart Yodkerepauprai, a legendary trainer of Muaythai champions, to challenge the best athletes in the Americas. With the support of our…

We want to thank all the athletes who applied to participate in the 2017 Pan Am Championship. Team Selections have been made, and the successful applicants can be found on our National Team page. The information below remains as a reference for the 2017 Pan Am Championship.

By Ryan McKinnon With a record of 16-5, Cole “Big Mac’ MacInnis of OAMA not only has the requisite experience to medal at the World Youth Championships, he has the pedigree. Cole’s mother trained in Jiu-Jitsu, and his father was a student of Ajahn Bob Carver in Ottawa. Here is one young man from a…

By Ryan McKinnon At 17 years of age, Ethan ‘Da Chef’ Cook is one of 5 athletes from the well-known Kalmsamrit Gym in Bowmanville who will be representing Canada at the Youth World Championships in August. With a record of 14-12, Ethan brings a wealth of experience to the 60kg division, and with his teammates…

By Ryan McKinnon In Canada’s Muaythai community, the word ‘family’ is used often to describe the community that we are all part of. There is something special about the way muaythai brings people together, especially people who wouldn’t likely get to know one another in any other circumstance. In the case of Riley and Savannah…

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