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Bokator fighters give lionhearted performances

Bokator fighters give lionhearted performances

Participants of the 2010 National Bokator Championships perform routines with a wooden staff and as a pair during yesterday morning's finals at the National Sports Complex Wrestling Hall. The 4-day competition concluded yesterday with 11 performance categories decided in the morning, while the afternoon combat session saw four men's weight divisions fight out for podium places. In the 52-kilogram event, Sovann Chamna claimed the gold medal, while Tong Bati triumphed in the 56kg class. Savin Vichet won at 60kg and Say Tevin took top spot in the 65kg division.

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