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Fitness course held for badminton coaches

Fitness course held for badminton coaches

The Cambodia Badminton Federation launched a basic-level fitness training course for 54 coaches, including nine females, from affiliated organisations yesterday at the National Olympic Committee of Cambodia’s headquarters.

According to national coach Prom Saravuth, the nine-day course, which is partially funded by the Asian Badminton Federation and World Badminton Federation, is being led by Malaysian instructor Samben Than.

“We will not only learn about this sport through theory inside the lecture hall, but also through practice,” said Samben Than.


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