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Boxing Fed votes Tem Moeun back in as chief

Boxing Fed votes Tem Moeun back in as chief

Tem Moeun was re-elected yesterday as president of the Cambodian Amateur Boxing Federation during their fifth mandate elections held at the Institute of Physical Education inside the National Sports Complex.

The incumbent secured his second four-year stint in charge of the governing body after collecting all 23 of the votes.

Other CABF positions confirmed yesterday include Va Sin Phearom and Chhung Yoa Yen as vice presidents, Mil Kado as general secretary, Peng Som Ang as financial department chief and executive committee members Nin Phearom, Kim Lavy, Chan Suth, Reach Sophorn, Meas Sokry, Tes So and Chung Sokvandy.

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