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Cambodia win 7 medals at taekwondo tourney

Cambodia win 7 medals at taekwondo tourney

The Cambodian delegation has returned home with seven gleaming medals from the 9th International Clubs Open Taekwondo Championships that was held in Ho Chi Minh over the weekend. According to Hem Samnang, General Secretary of the Cambodia Taekwondo Federation, the event saw a participation of around 500 athletes representing 25 clubs from 11 countries including South Korea, Australia, Bhutan, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, Vietnam, Thailand, and Cambodia. Cambodia’s Phal Sovannath won two silver medals in the men’s competition, while Chheang Lina claimed two silvers, Sim Rachana one silver and one bronze, and Meas Chakriya one silver in women’s categories.

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