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Athletes to head to Laos for ASEAN Uni Games

Athletes to head to Laos for ASEAN Uni Games

The cream of Cambodia’s young athletes have been selected to compete at the 16th ASEAN University Games starting on December 12 in Vientiane.

Fourteen Cambodian students will measure themselves against other regional representatives in five events including table tennis, taekwondo, petanque, judo and athletics.

Teams from Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, Laos, Myanmar, the Philippines, East Timor, Vietnam, Singapore and Brunei have been confirmed for participation in the biennial competition, hosted by Laos for the first time and featuring 17 different disciplines spread over eight days.

To contact the reporters on this story: Chhorn Norn at [email protected]
Chris Derbuc at [email protected]

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