World Martial Arts Games

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The World Martial Arts Games, found July 27, 2005 by Alfred Kleinschwaerzer from Germany and Ken Marchtaler from Canada, is one of the top multi-disciplinary martial arts events worldwide.[1] The competition is held at a different location every year.[2] In 2011 the Games were held in two locations: The Pan American Martial Arts Games in Regina, Canada, and the European Martial Arts Games in Cheltenham, Great Britain.[2] They are a member of TAFISA.[3]

Welcome to the family of the World Martial Arts Games Committee (WMAGC). As a leading world martial arts group, we are in the privileged position to bring organization, strength, evolution and community to your athletes, members and customers through a family flair community.WMAGC provides its members with unique sport development opportunities, practical support programs, events, education and the opportunity to network with the international sport community at the highest of levels. We hope that you and your organization will become part of the growing WMAGC family. Together we are aiming for a united martial arts world and together we are strong.


Number Year Host City Country
1 2006 Victoria  Canada
2 2007 Regensburg  Germany
3 2008 Busan  South Korea
4 2009 Sydney  Australia
5 2010 Las Vegas  United States
* 2011 Regina  Canada
* 2011 Cheltenham  United Kingdom
6 2012 Bregenz  Austria
7 2013 Bregenz  Austria
8* 2014 Richmond  Canada
9 2015 Norwich  United Kingdom
10 2016 Johansburg  South Africa
11 2017 Florida  United States
12 2019 New Delhi  India
  • 1st Pan Am Martial Arts Games – Regina, Canada – June 11 to 12, 2011
  • 1st European Martial Arts Games – Cheltenham, UK – October 21 to 23, 2011
  • Richmond, Canada – September 3 to 7 (8th World Martial Arts Games & 1st TAFISA World Martial Arts Games)


  1. ^ "World Martials Arts Games". Retrieved 2012-11-16. 
  2. ^ a b "World Martials Arts Games - Games". 2009-10-01. Retrieved 2012-11-16. 
  3. ^ "Partners". Retrieved 2014-08-18. 

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