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Judo tourney finds champs for SEA Games

Judo tourney finds champs for SEA Games

The 2011 National Judo Championship rolled up its mats on four days of competition at the National Sports Complex on Monday. The tournament, jointly organised by the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport and the Khemarak Judo Federation, saw an increase of 17 participants from last year, with 60 male and 21 female judokas entering. Neak Reach and Reach Sey judo clubs were the best of the five involved with two golds each, according to tournament committee chief Pov Dara. The top performers will be selected to represent Cambodia at the 26th SEA Games this November in Indonesia.

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