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Gymnastics Federation exec committee voted in

Gymnastics Federation exec committee voted in

The Cambodia Gymnastic Federation held a general assembly at the headquarters of the National Olympic Committee of Cambodia on Saturday to summarise its activities during it’s third four-year term and vote in new executive-committee members for the fourth term, set to run until 2015. According to Boeung Kimtor, president of the election committee, Tourism Minister and NOCC president Thong Khon was reinstated as CGF president.  Sok Hong was appointed as vice-president, Nory Phana as general secretary and Doung Samay as general treasurer. Meas Sareth, Pich You and Ngoun Vatey were also awarded positions on the executive committee. TRANSLATED BY IN SOPHENG


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