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The power of balance

Cambodian national team gymnasts (from left to right) Veas Sarith, Sum Srorn and Sor Sopheng, train at the Dambol Touk Hall of the National Sports Complex on Monday ahead of today’s start to the 2011 National Aerobic Gymnastics Championships. The annual event organised by the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport will see its third edition contested over four days by 256 male and female competitors hailing from 12 clubs, according to Nory Phana, president of the Cambodia Gymnastics Federation. At stake for the top performers is also a place in the team participating at the 26th SEA Games in Indonesia this November.

PHOTO BY SRENG MENG SRUN, WORDS BY YEUN PONLOK

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