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NagaWorld’s desperate search for a big win over Erchim FC ended in defeat at the hands of the Mongolian champions, who scored the only goal of their Group B final game in the 2017 AFC Cup qualifiers deep into stoppage time at the Ul

Phnom Penh Crown celebrate winning the Metfone C-League on December 12. Crown’s ban from the AFC Cup after club officials were found guilty of match-fixing has been overturned.
Thu, 25 August 2016

Crown allowed in 2017 AFC Cup after CAS ruling

The Switzerland-based Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) has upheld Phnom Penh Crown Football Club’s appeal against the Asian Football Confederation’s refusal to allow the defending Cambodian league champions a place in the AFC Cu

Mona Tep (left), president of the Cambodian Equestrian Federation, leads in winner Hoy Sopharith and his mount Hung.
Wed, 24 August 2016

Equestrian fed in SEA Games event gallop

In a bid to form a strong national endurance team to take part in next year’s SEA Games in Malaysia, the Cambodian Equestrian Federation organised 20km trials involving eight riders at the Khmer Equestrian Center at Kab Srov in Phno

The Cambodian Eagles went down to the Vietnam Swans in an even game in Ho Chi Minh City on Saturday. Photo supplied
Wed, 24 August 2016

Swans clip Eagles’ wings with revenge victory

Vietnam Swans defeated the visiting Cambodian Eagles 57-48 in the second of the Cannonball Run Games and the fourth match of the season in Ho Chi Minh City on Saturday.

Tue, 23 August 2016

Cross-country rally Thais on top after Siem Reap finish

Thailand’s four-wheel specialists Natthaphon Angrithanon and his co-driver Peerapong Sombutwong drove their Isuzu D-Max to victory in the 2,400km Pattaya to Siem Reap Asia Cross Country Rally, which ended in the World Heritage city

Cambodian swimmer Hem Thon Vitiny carries the Kingdom’s flag at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games closing ceremony on Sunday; (below) Neko Hiroshi runs in the men’s marathon at Rio. Photo supplied by NOCC
Tue, 23 August 2016

Hiroshi stays to the finish, Cambodia upbeat as curtain falls on Rio Games

It rained in Rio as the most controversial but captivating Summer Games in recent memory handed over the baton to Japan during a spectacular closing ceremony for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and a small Cambodian contingent headed home w

Cambodian taekwondo star Sorn Seavmey (right) takes on Reshmie Oogink of the Netherlands at the 2016 Rio Olympics on Saturday. Supplied by NOCC
Mon, 22 August 2016

Distraught Seavmey fails in Olympic medal bid

Cambodia’s most eagerly awaited sporting moment in the Kingdom’s Olympic history ended in tears for taekwondo star Sorn Seavmey, whose best effort in the women’s +67kg last 16 was outweighed by the experienced Reshmie Oogink of the

Army’s Chreung Pulrath tackles CMAC’s Ean Phearak (left) yesterday.
Mon, 22 August 2016

Army shoot down CMAC to keep up heat

The battle between Boeung Ket Angkor and Ministry of National Defence for the Metfone C-League title will be extended all the way to the last game of the season on September 10 after the top two in the standings won their penultimat

Cambodian Olympic medal hope Sorn Seavmey trains with her coach, Choi Yong Sok, in Rio. Photo supplied by NOCC
Fri, 19 August 2016

Taekwondo star Seavmey ready for the fight of her life at 2016 Rio Games

Cambodia’s hopes of a first-ever Olympic medal rest on the strong shoulders of taekwondo star Sorn Seavmey as she prepares for the fight of her life and the kingdom’s biggest in the women’s +67kg last 16 against the vastly experienc

Naga’s Sok Rithy (right) and Ngwa Baldwin Afanwi of Police contest a header.
Fri, 19 August 2016

Naga head to Mongolia after beating Police

Striker George Kelechi’s 82nd-minute goal ensured a 2-1 win for NagaWorld over National Police in a Metfone C-League tie at the Olympic Stadium on Wednesday as the casino-backed side prepared for a trip to Mongolia for the three-tea