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Sepak takraw team kick to silvers, bronzes

Sepak takraw team kick to silvers, bronzes

The Cambodia team returned home on Wednesday from the 27th King’s Cup Sepak Takraw World Championships in Udon Thani, Thailand, with an impressive haul of five silver and five bronze medals.

According to the Cambodian Sepak Takraw Federation general secretary Chhoun Leng, the silver medalists will receive $4,000 and the bronze winners $2,000 from the Ministry of Education, Sport, and Youth, added Chhoun Leng.

Twenty-seven nations took part in this year’s edition of the annual Thailand event.

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