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Badminton Federation reviews year at congress

Badminton Federation reviews year at congress

The Badminton Federation of Cambodia holds its annual congress today at the National Olympic Committee of Cambodia headquarters.

During the meeting, 25 coaches from primary schools will be handed certificate after completing a coaching course hosted by the International Olympic Committee’s Olympic Solidarity program.

BFC secretary-general Cheam Sophea told the Post: “In this congress – attended by our president Lee Kosal, four executive members, 30 players and the delegates from 20 provinces – we will be dis-ussing details from our last year financial, and reports on our competitions as well as our vision for next term.

We have made such remarkable achievement [in the past year], which has been assisted by the Olympic Solidarity [program].”

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