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Aussie Sports Delegation

Aussie Sports Delegation

As part of the Asia Sport Linkages Program, a delegation from the Australian Sports

Commission (ASC) conducted a three day Sports Seminar for the Cambodian Government

in Phnom Penh from Feb 9-11.

The seminars were aimed at providing information for Cambodian coaches and officials

to assist their knowledge and practical application in developing elite athletes,

increasing participation in physical activity and sport, and the best approaches

in the sports industry, according to an ASC press release.

The sessions also included an update in the latest sports science advances and provided

an insight into one of the world's most successful sports systems.

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