Monday, August 21, 2017

‘We‘re going for gold’

WITH just five weeks to go for the 29th Southeast Asian Games in Malaysia, Myanmar’s women’s football team is all fired up, eager to make amends after missing the cut last time at the Singapore Games in 2015.

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Big Myanmar contingent for S’pore student games

Myanmar, making its maiden appearance at the competition, is sending a 1,750-strong contingent to the 9th ASEAN School Games that kick off in Singapore today.

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Myanmar to enter 29 events

The 29th SEA Games in Malaysia next month feature 38 sporting events and Myanmar, with a haul of 12 gold, 26 silver and 31 bronze medals at the last edition of the competition, will be entering in 29 of them.

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Yangon to host AFC U-23 qualifiers

Myanmar will host AFC U-23 Championship Group F qualification matches from July 19-23 at Thuwana Stadium in Yangon.

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Myanmar gets its first ONE champion

You don’t often get a second chance in life. Aung La did. Living up to his reputation as the “Burmese Python”, he did not let it slip through.

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Ground for optimism

Myanmar is eying a haul of three gold medals in sepak takraw at the 29th Southeast Asian Games in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

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Mandalay marks world Olympic Day with bodybuilding contest/pageant

The Shwe Man Maung Bodybuilding contest and pageant held in Mandalay last weekend to mark world Olympic Day was an outstanding success.

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Nation eyes 2 golds

Myanmar's traditional chinlone (cane ball) sport is a good medal prospect which should fetch the nation at least two gold medals at the 29th SEA Games in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, in August.

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Honours even on fight night

The main event at the Thein Phyu Stadium yesterday featuring local lethwei champion Saw Gaw Muu Do and his Thai challenger Payak Samui lived up to its billing, the capacity crowd cheering every moment of the contest that ended in a thrilling draw after five action-packed rounds.

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Football club provides free training for underprivileged youth

The Lucky Home Futsal Football Club will be offering football training free of charge for underprivileged youth, who are interested in the sport but cannot afford any classes, from international coaches.

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