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NOCC release schedule for Cambodia’s Rio team

NOCC release schedule for Cambodia’s Rio team

The NOCC yesterday released an updated Rio 2016 Olympics competition schedule for Team Cambodia. Swimmer Pou Sovijja has the honour of being the first athlete to compete for Cambodia at the Games in the men’s 100m freestyle on Tuesday.

Top medal hope Sorn Seavmey is to take on the Netherlands’ Reshmie Oogink on Saturday, August 20.

(All times Cambodian.)

Athletics
Women’s marathon (Nary Ly) Sunday, August 14 at 7pm
Men’s marathon (Neko Hiroshi) Sun 21, 7.30am

Swimming
Men’s 100m freestyle (Pou Sovijja) Tuesday 9, 11pm
Women’s 50m freestyle (Hem Thon Vitiny) Fri 12,11pm

Taekwondo
Female +67kg (Sorn Seavmey) Sat 20, 11pm

Wrestling
Women’s freestyle -48 kg (Chov Sotheara) Thurs 17, 8pm

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