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Ma Viro finishes first in 2012 Pursat River Run

Ma Viro finishes first in 2012 Pursat River Run

Cambodian national team runner Ma Viro triumphed in the men’s 10km main race of the 2012 Pursat River Run on Saturday.

According to organisers, the day had a great atmosphere, with many participants describing the event as a moving experience.

The disabled volleyball showcase was also a great success, featuring five competing teams including one from Phnom Penh.

Runners were invited to play some volleyball, much to the enjoyment of everyone in attendance.

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