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Cambodia aiming for another volleyball gold

Cambodia men’s disabled volleyball squad downed hosts Indonesia 3-2 in the semi-finals and will face Thailand in the final at the 11th ASEAN Para Games in Solo. Cambodia were beaten 21-25 in the opening set before securing a 25-15 win in the second set. In the third set, Indonesia bounced back with 25-21 win, but […]

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Thai test for Women’s Hockey

Hockey will feature at the 32nd South East Asian (SEA) Games in Cambodia next year, when the Kingdom hosts this biggest multi-sport event in the Southeast Asian region. Secretary General of the Hockey Federation of Cambodia, Kaing Sothea, said the federation has been working hard to be ready for the Games, Cambodia is hosting next […]

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‘Monumental achievement’ for CFC as cricket included in 2023 SEA Games

The Cricket Federation of Cambodia (CFC) achieved a historic milestone with the inclusion of cricket in the 2023 Southeast Asian Games. Cricket, together with the Indonesian martial art Pencak Silat and Obstacle Race, was added to the list during the Southeast Asian Games Federation (SEAGF) Council meeting. The latest SEAGF Council meeting was held from […]

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Voleak: Swimming harder for success

There has been no let-up for Sok Voleak as she steps up a gear in preparation for the 32nd South East Asian Games in Cambodia next May. Having taken part in two major swimming internationals, the Cambodian national swimmer has been training harder than ever to improve her performance. She  was a member of the […]

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Muay Thai legend Buakaw Banchamek to lead Thai kickboxing team to 32nd SEA Games

Veteran exponent Buakaw Banchamek has confirmed that he will likely lead the Thai kickboxing team to the 32nd South East Asian (SEA) Games in Cambodia next May.  The Muay Thai legend arrived in Cambodia yesterday to take part in the World Fight Tournament 2022/ Kun Khmer Series at Morodok Techo National Stadium tomorrow. Buakaw also […]

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DUCH TAKES TO INDOOR HOCKEY LIKE A DUCK TO WATER

For someone who’s been playing basketball until early last year, it’s amazing how quickly 25-year-old Duch Chansovatey has taken to indoor hockey. In fact, so good has been the transformation that the physical education teacher is now the skipper of the Cambodian women’s indoor hockey team that is gearing up for next year’s SEA Games […]

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Sin-cerely loving it!

FOR teenage footballer Sin Sovanmakara, there’s no better feeling than donning the national jersey and playing for the pride of Cambodia. That’s why the 17-year-old is thrilled to bits at being called up to represent the country at the Asean Football Federation (AFF) Under-19 Championship 2022 from July 2-15 in Jakarta, Indonesia. “I feel very […]

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Trial to pick players for China stint

The Volleyball Federation of Cambodia (VFC) has started selection trials to pick their national women’s team. The ongoing trials at the at the Visakha volleyball court. The successful players will be sent to a training camp in China in preparation for next year’s South East Asian Games in Cambodia. Aing Sereypiseth, the general secretary of […]

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A gold for the nation

Winning the gold medal at the ongoing SEA Games in Hanoi is more than just winning for the team. Pal Chhorraksmy, who was member of the quartet who won the Multiple Weapon Practice for Cambodia recently, sees it as medal to be shared with the people of the Kingdom “This achievement is for everyone. I […]

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Jessa: Determined to come back stronger

Jujitsu exponent Jessa Khan was the odds-on favourite to bag the gold medal in the women’s 48kg class competition at the SEA Games. But, her dreams of winning the gold for Cambodia was shattered when she failed to make the weigh-in by a mere 240g. Jessa was entered for a lower weight category and despite […]

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