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Cambodian gymnast set for Japan training camp

Cambodian gymnast set for Japan training camp

The Cambodian Gymnastic Federation has received a training scholarship from the Japanese Gymnastic Federation and will send 2015 Singapore SEA Games athlete Sam Sarim to participate in a monthlong training camp in Japan from April 17 to May 18.

The federation also expected to receive training horses and mats worth $80,000 yesterday from the Federation Internationale de Gymnastique for use by the national team.

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