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Runners lining up for green Half Marathon

Runners lining up for green Half Marathon

The 4th Phnom Penh International Half Marathon on June 15 will once again mark celebrations for the Queen Mother Norodom Monineath’s June 18 birthday, as well as the 120th anniversary of the founding of the International Olympic Committee on June 23.

The event, which has already attracted registration from 200 athletes, including around 50 foreigners, is also being used to promote environmental awareness under the slogan “The Love for Green Sport”. Funds raised from the race will be donated to the families of mine victims and Kantha Bopha Children’s Hospital.

Runners can sign up to compete by calling co-organisers Cambodia Events and the National Olympic Committee of Cambodia on 023 213 525/016 355 005/023215869 or by email to either [email protected] or [email protected].

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