Saray Sakana: famous actress and sports aficionado

Saray Sakana: famous actress and sports aficionado

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Few people know that Saray Sakana, in addition to working as an actress and model, is something of a sports aficionado – taking part in everything from basketball to volleyball to football.

She also says that sports bring good health and are among her favourite interests.

She was formerly a basketball player for her school and was the top-rated football player in Phnom Penh and the second-best player in the whole country.

Knowing the benefits of sports, she says, she often recommends athletics to others.

“Even though playing sport can drain your energy, it helps the player become healthy, quick in action and strong,” she says.  



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