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Interior team cleans up at Swimming Champs

Interior team cleans up at Swimming Champs

Ministry of Interior swimming club claimed a remarkable 14 gold medals, 10 silvers and four bronzes from the 28 events in both divisions A and B of the 2014 National Swimming Championships, which concluded on Saturday at the Olympic Stadium pool.

The club grabbed its medals haul by entering just 17 male and female swimmers, the majority of who are national team members.

Bou Chum Sery, deputy secretary-general of the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport, presided over the closing ceremony on Saturday evening, handing out cash prizes of 60,000 riel ($15) for race winners, 50,000 riel for runners-up and 40,000 riel for third place finishers.

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