On January 15th, 2017 Muaythai Ontario saw its first annual general meeting as the newly designated Provincial Sport Organization for Muaythai. With over 40 people attending in person and online it saw great discussion among gyms owners, coaches, officials, and athletes. A summary of the topics covered follows: January 2017 PSO Announcement The sport of Muaythai has... Read More
In 2015, Toronto was host to the Pan Am games, a massive continental multi-sport event under patronage of the International Olympic Committee. Preparing Toronto for the games meant a renewed focus on amateur sport; the building of facilities such as the Pan Am Centre in Scarborough, the athlete’s village in the West Donlands, funding programs... Read More
For all participants at the 2016 National Championships, please not that underground parking is available at the northern entrance of Harbord Collegiate Institute (286 Harbord St, Toronto). Signage will be in place to direct participants to the accreditation area. Please visit Muaythai Canada for the full details.
A New Location Just a Couple Blocks Away Nationals is going to be huge, there’s no denying it. With over 150 athletes registered across the divisions, Canada’s largest amateur Muaythai tournament is getting bigger and bigger. To better accommodate all of the participants and spectators, Muaythai Canada has moved the competition venue to a new... Read More
Muay Thai Ontario is proud to be working with Muaythai Canada in hosting the 2016 National Muaythai Championships here in Ontario. The 2016 National Championships marks the first ever Canadian Muaythai Championship open to all experiences of athlete. Athletes who place in the Championships will qualify for the National Team that will represent Canada at... Read More
Blog post by Michael Reid The International Federation of Muaythai Amateur (IFMA) offices have been busy as of late, hosting Canadian visitors from myself to Gabriel Rossi and Janice Lyn. What struck me about my visit was how similar the challenges that IFMA faces are to those faced by Muaythai Canada and Muay Thai Ontario, just on... Read More
Sunday January 10th saw Muay Thai Ontario’s first annual Community Meeting, an event that invites the community to review the previous year as well as policy changes and plans for the upcoming year. There was a great dialogue at the meeting, and we hope it continues; ultimately these rules and policies are in place to... Read More