Sunday, August 20, 2017

Lack of training a damper

Insufficient training mars prospects of Myanmar’s basketball team from waging a successful campaign at the 29th SEA Games and returning home with a medal.

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Cricketers eye a share of spoils

MYANMAR cricket team will take part in the 29th SEA Games where the other contenders are Malaysia, Thailand, Singapore and Indonesia.

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Swimmers get a raw deal

While it was raining heavily, a man seemed untired as he had been diving again and again from the diving board. He was Zaw Myo Htet, training for the 29th SEA games.

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GAME, SET AND MATCH...

The Southeast Asian Games, a biennial multi-sport event, is the greatest regional competition.

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One silver lining

Billiard and snooker is one sport where Myanmar cueists have consistently excelled and expect no less this time as the masters of the green baize go about their task and return home with more medals and glory from Malaysia.

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‘My best is yet to come…’

Myat Thet Su Wai Phyo, a leading exponent of wushu martial art, is one the country’s top prospects for a gold medal at the SEA Games.

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Myanmar take on Singapore in SEA Games opener today

Myanmar opened their football campaign at the 29th SEA Games against Singapore today and coach Gerd Zeise is confident his young side will be able to deliver the goods and, with a bit of luck, even go all the way.

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Experienced Myanmar athletes for SEA Games

Eleven Myanmar athletes will be competing in the track and field events at the 29th SEA Games.

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Myanmar go down fighting

Myanmar put up a spirited performance last night but it was not enough to deny Australia as the hosts went down 0-3 in their last Group F qualifying match for the 2018 AFC U-23 Championship in front of a partisan crowd packed to the rafters.

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MNL-2 champions City Yangon return to top flight

CITY Yangon FC are back in the top division of Myanmar National League (MNL) after winning promotion at the end of the 2017 MNL-2 season yesterday.

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