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Aquathlon race event returns to Phnom Penh

Aquathlon race event returns to Phnom Penh

The Cambodian Triathlon Federation (CTF) is set to host its second aquathlon, a dual-discipline race that combines running and swimming, after receiving sponsorship from Foreign Trade Bank, Coca-Cola and the Cambodian Country Club (CCC).

The event is slated for an 8am start on Sunday, May 6 at the CCC on Street 2004 in Teuk Thla commune.

According to CTF general secretary Ngin Sok Panha, male and female race participants will compete across three age categories – U18, U25 and over 25.

Registrations will be taken from April 23, with a deadline set for April 30.

Details can be obtained from the National Olympic Committee of Cambodia.

To contact the reporter on this story: Yeun Ponlok at [email protected]
Translated by In Sopheng

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