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Delegation heads to Myanmar for training

Delegation heads to Myanmar for training

A squad of 30 national team athletes from the sports of traditional boat racing, sepak takraw and chinlone and seven coaches and officials fly out to Myanmar today to begin a two-month training course in the lead-up to the 27th SEA Games, which will be held there in December.

The delegation includes 14 oarsmen and 16 sepak takraw and chinlone players, eight of whom are female.


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