Prom Samnang became just the second Cambodian boxer after Thoeun Theara to claim a major fight in Bangkok.
The annual national karate championship, which ran from February 2-5, came to an end after four days of fierce competition.
The Ministry of Interior’s Sports Council held a February 3 meeting to discuss plans to send athletes to the 20th World Police and Fire Games 2023 in Winnipeg, Canada.
In a little over a week, the Kun Khmer International Federation (KKIF) has accepted membership requests from 20 new nations, in addition to the exiting 29.
Minister of National Defence Tea Banh, who also heads the Cambodia SEA Games Organising Committee (CAMSOC), has urged the construction company and commission overseeing work on the “sports village” to accelerate the process and finish in a timely manner well before the opening of the games in May.
The Kun Khmer International Federation (KKIF) and the Cambodia Kickboxing Federation (CKBF) have partnered with Chinese-run LoongHai Fight Club to send fighter Lon Panha to a kickboxing tournament in China.
A live video showing the resentment of Keo Rumchong, who was not called up by the Kun Khmer International Federation (KKIF) and Cambodia Kickboxing Federation (CKBF) to contest the upcoming Southeast Asian (SEA) Games, has led to allegations of wrongdoing by the famous fighter.
Wining seven cycling trophies at the first round of the King’s Cup in Thailand on January 28-29 has given the three Cambodian mountain bikers confidence that they are well placed to claim medals on home soil this May, when the Kingdom hosts the 32nd SEA Games.
The Volleyball Federation of Cambodia (VFC) has purchased Video Assistant Referee (VAR) technology, and will employ it at May’s 32nd SEA Games.
The Cambodian SEA Games Organising Committee (CAMSOC) – together with the Kun Khmer International Federation (KKIF) and Khmer Boxing Federation – have achieved a “great success” by including Kun Khmer in the upcoming biennial multi-sports event on its home soil for the first time, said a senior