World Organization of Martial Arts Athletes

2013 World Martial Arts Games

About Us

WOMAA Int'l (World Organization of Martial Arts Athletes) was formed in 1998 to specifically host a World Class tournament every year in a different country. After several years of competing as part of other teams, and traveling to different countries, I felt it was time to offer competitors from around the world the chance to have TRUE international competition which is OPEN to All Styles, All Systems, All Belt Ranks (Beginners, Intermediates, Advanced and all Black Belts), and all ages (kids and adults).

Each year the events grow, and we add more countries to our WOMAA Int'l Family. Starting in 2011, we added Ring Sports to our growing list of divisions. At present the WOMAA World Martial Games consists of MAT SPORTS (ie: Point Sparring, Continuous Sparring, Traditional Weapons, Open and Musical Weapons, Traditional Forms, Open and Musical Forms, Extreme Forms, Gi Grappling, Freestyle Jujitsu, Freestyle Judo, Breaking, Self Defense, Team Fighting, Jr. Team Fighting, Team Forms, WOMAA Black Belt Continuous Fighting World Title Belt, 0ver 20 Grand Championships and more), also RING SPORTS (ie: Full Contact Kickboxing, K-1 Rules Kickboxing, MMA and No Gi Submission Grappling). Over 450 Divisions in 3 days of intense competition.

Every year WOMAA Int'l strives to offer competitors the best in World Class Competition. The Olympics offers only two types of martial arts: Judo and Tae Kwon Do and only for Black Belts. WOMAA Int'l offers something for everyone: All Ages, All Belt Ranks, All Styles and Systems. All competitors who compete in the WOMAA World Martial Games are of Olympic Caliber and travel each year to the games to find out who will win the Gold and earn the right to become a WOMAA World Champion. We invite the World's Martial Athletes to come and compete and "Dare to take the Challenge".

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