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K Cement Cup sets up six swimmers for SEA Games

K Cement Cup sets up six swimmers for SEA Games

The fifth edition of the K Cement Cup of Swimming concluded yesterday, with Cambodian Swimming Federation President and newly appointed Minister of Commerce Sun Chanthol lauding the three-day competition as the ideal warm-up to the 27th SEA Games next month.

The six-member squad – including double Olympians Hem Thon Ponleu and Hem Thon Vithiny as well as Maximov Chamraen Youri, Phin Rotha, Thern Thol and Seng Samphos – bound for Myanmar were on show at the Olympic Stadium pool, sharing all nine of the individual event titles.

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