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Athletes to splash and dash at CCC Aquathlon

Athletes to splash and dash at CCC Aquathlon

The Cambodian Triathlon Federation hosts its second CCC Aquathlon event at the Cambodian Country Club tomorrow from 7am. CTF President Kong Rithy Chup told the Post yesterday that a total of 183 athletes including 26 females have registered for the five categories of the swimming and running race. 65 technical staff will help steward the event while 120 members of athletics clubs and associations are expected to turn out in support. Information Minister and CTF Honorary President Khieu Kanharith will preside over the closing ceremony. 


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