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Brief: Medals given for losses

Brief: Medals given for losses

VIENTIANE – Cambodia slung a couple more bronzes on their medals heap Sunday thanks to the efforts of their shuttlecock team. However, the medals can only be regarded as a consolation prize with Heng Rawut and Chea Sreymeas losing all of their round-robin matches in straight sets, and collecting bronzes by default. The game, like a cross between badminton and volleyball and played using only the feet, is currently only competed by Cambodia, Thailand, Laos and Vietnam. Doubles and teams events start today, and conclude Wednesday.

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