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How Sport Recognition Affects Demos

July 1st has come and gone, Canada is now 150 years old, and the Ministry of Tourism, Culture, & Sport (MTCS) has brought its Sport Recognition Policy in to full effect. Amateur muaythai sanctioned under Muaythai Ontario is now legal, however based on the Sport Recognition Policy, this has some additional consequences: all unsanctioned competition,...   Read More

2017 Provincial Championship Pictures Now in Store

It has been a little over 3 weeks since the Provincial Championship concluded, where history was made as the first Provincial Sport Organization sanctioned muaythai tournament in Ontario. Now, nearly 500 photos from the event are available at the Muaythai Ontario online store, where you can pick up some of the moments captured by our...   Read More

Anti-Doping in Amateur Muaythai

  One of the core values that drives Muaythai Ontario is Innovation; we strive to be at the forefront of combative sport policy, operations, and development. It has been one week since the 2017 Provincial Championships and – having reflected on the success of the tournament – now comes the time to consider what improvements...   Read More

2017 Muaythai Ontario Provincial Championships: Ontario’s Finest Battle in the Stables

By Ryan McKinnon On Saturday June 10, schools from all over the province made the trip to Rexdale, Ontario to take part in 60 amateur bouts at the 2017 Muaythai Ontario Provincial Championships. As many as 100 athletes from various weight classes, age categories and skill levels competed in the event that started at 8...   Read More

Amateur Muaythai Designated Legal Under Muaythai Ontario

Announced through an Order in Council, the Ontario government has designated competition of a number of amateur combative sports legal when sanctioned by their respective Ministry recognized Provincial Sport Organizations. This is fantastic news for the muaythai community, as amateur muaythai will have full exemption from Section 83 of the Criminal Code under Muaythai Ontario...   Read More

2017 Provincials: Results & Awards

  The 2017 Muaythai Ontario Provincial Championships have concluded, and June 10th saw 100 athletes, 60 contests, and 500 spectators pass through the Woodbine Racetrack Stables. 34 gold, 34 silver, and 26 bronze medals were awarded to athletes coming from all sides of the province including Timmins, Ottawa, and London. Congratulations to all the 2017...   Read More

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