Friday, August 18, 2017

Chinlone lands Myanmar first gold

Myanmar secured its first gold at the 29th SEA Games beating Thailand in chinlone event 2 (same stroke) final at the Titiwangsa Stadium yesterday.

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Myanmar’s women go down fighting to Thailand

Launching their campaign at the 29th SEA Games yesterday, Myanmar’s women footballers produced a spirited display before going down to Thailand in a match of fluctuating fortunes that went down to the wire.

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Myanmar fans upset by Malaysia’s failure to air some football matches

The 2017 SEA Games in Kuala Lumpur were declared open Tuesday but people in Myanmar were upset because they could not watch the live games for some men’s and women’s football matches.

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Aung Thu’s brace blanks Singapore

Myanmar's campaign at the 29th SEA Games got off on a triumphant note, its men’s football team scoring a facile victory over Singapore in the curtain-raiser played at the Selayang Stadium in Kuala Lumpur yesterday.

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Going for the plum

Football is the blue riband event of SEA Games for it is the only sport in which all the 11 countries of the Southeast Asian region or ASEAN compete.

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Sailing gets its priorities right

Myanmar will participate in 29th SEA Games sailing competition by entering in the International 470-men, RS One-men, women, International 420-boys, Optimist-boy, girl and team events.

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Petanque duo set sights on gold

Petanque has been part of SEA Games for long even though its origin is French.

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Ping-pong diplomacy

Table tennis is shaping up like a two-horse race: with Singapore expected to rule the roost and only Thailand capable of mounting a serious challenge to its supremacy, the best Myanmar can hope for are the bronze medals.

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We ask youths of Myanmar what sports they enjoy and to what extent

I have watched SEA Games since Myanmar hosted them. I mainly support football.

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Archers out to make amends

Having missed out on medals at the last SEA Games in Singapore two years ago, Myanmar’s archery squad is looking forward to podium finishes this time round and, not just that, it is even entertaining hopes of returning home with a gold or two from next edition of the competition that gets under way next week in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

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