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Beefcake brothers head to bodybuilding champs

Beefcake brothers head to bodybuilding champs

A pair of Cambodian brothers flew to Guangzhou yesterday ahead of participating at the 46th Asian Bodybuilding and Physique Sports Championship, being held in the Chinese city over the weekend.

Sambo Nun, 30, and Sambo Nan, 32, both labourers based in Bangkok who compete regularly in local bodybuilding events, will represent the Kingdom for the first time at the annual tournament, which this year will feature competitors from 36 nations across the continent. Rasmey Sokmongkul, president of the Cambodian Bodybuilding Federation, has revealed plans to send a Cambodian contingent to the 4th WBPF World Bodybuilding and Physique Sports Championships in Bangkok from December 4 to 10.

National Olympic Committee of Cambodia secretary general Vath Chamroeun, meanwhile, has expressed an interest in entering the SEA Games competition in Myanmar next year. 

Translated by Ung Chamroeun

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