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SEA Games discussed at NOCC exec meeting

SEA Games discussed at NOCC exec meeting

The National Olympic Committee of Cambodia held its first Executive Committee meeting of the new four-year term on Tuesday at its headquarters at the National Sports Complex.

Chaired by NOCC President and Tourism Minister Thong Khon with participation from vice presidents Nout Sa An and Ouk Sethycheat as well as general secretary Vath Chamroeun, discussions included a report on the October 21-22 General Assembly, internal affairs of the NOCC and notes on preparations for the 27th SEA Games in Myanmar next month.

According to Vath Chamroeun, 22 sports federations have already submitted their confirmed squad lists for the Games to the NOCC. Rules of conduct have also been introduced to all delegates.

The provisional totals of the Cambodian delegation bound for Myanmar includes 194 athletes, 47 coaches, 24 officials and three team leaders.

Cash rewards for medals have been announced as $18,000 for a gold, $9,000 for silver and $4,000 for bronze.

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