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CBF, OCA launch course to train local coaches

The Cambodian Badminton Federation launched a week-long coaches training course yesterday morning at the National Olympic Committee of Cambodia headquarters.

The course, which is supported by the Olympic Council of Asia, is being lead by Malaysian instructor Sam Ban Than.

Sessions will also be held at the Badminton Hall of the National Sports Complex. According to CBF deputy general secretary Cheam Sophea, 25 coaches from clubs across the country are participating.

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