Cambodian mixed martial artist Rin Saroth blamed rushed training for his defeat in his first bout on foreign soil after he was forced to tap out for a submission by home fighter “The Terminator” Sunoto at ONE: Kings of Courage in Jakarta,
Angkor Wat’s stunning archaeological site will provide a panoramic view of spectacular diversity to some of the world’s hardcore endurance runners in
South Korea has been firmly lodged in the collective consciousness of Cambodian sport ever since taekwondo sensation Sorn Seavmey ended the Kingdom’s
In a sensational penalty shootout Ministry of National Defence ousted two-time champions NagaWorld 5-3 in the first Metfone C-League championship playoff at Olympic Stadium last night.
Japan’s highest ranked tennis player after Kei Nishikori, Yuichi Sugita, will be one of the star attractions briefly joining the ongoing preseason training camp being jointly conducted by Cambodia’s National head coach Braen Aneiros
After months of its multi-stage elimination process, Cambodia’s only open club football tournament is heading for its climax on December 27 after previous winners Preah Khan Reach Svay Rieng and NagaWorld earned the right to fight f
The National Olympic Committee of Cambodia’s new user-friendly digital platform launched just before last August’s SEA Games has gone through a systematic review during a development training seminar designed to boost its functional
Few fightbacks in recent memory could have had such an effect on Boeung Ket as last Saturday’s 4-4 draw in Hanoi against Sanna Khanh Hoa FC in the Toyota Mekong Club Championship curtain-raiser.
Visitors Sanna Khanh Hoa FC from Vietnam swamped Boeung Ket Angkor 5-1 in their second-leg tie at Olympic Stadium yesterday evening to complete a 9-5 aggregate win in the Toyota Mekong Club Championship opener.
In a dramatic eight-goal thriller, Vietnam’s Sanna Khanh Hoa FC and Boeung Ket finished all square at 4-4 to get the Toyota Mekong Club Championship rolling at Hanoi’s Hang Day stadium on Saturday.
After going through the qualifying grind last week, Thailand’s Pawit Sornlaksup was enjoying the fruits of his hard work on Saturday after winning the boys singles title in the Tep Khunnah Memorial Cup ITF Junior Championship at the
Boeung Ket’s unexpected but deserving success last week as Metfone C-League toppers has earned them a place in the prestigious Toyota Mekong Club Championship (TMCC).
Four of the top six seeds crashed out in the second round of the girls singles in the Tep Khunnah Memorial ITF Grade 5 junior tennis tournament at the National Training Center yesterday.