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Swimming body votes in executive committee

Swimming body votes in executive committee

The Cambodian Swimming Federation held its fifth General Assembly on Saturday at the National Olympic Committee of Cambodia headquarters, with members of the executive committee voted in for the new four-year term, the majority of which being experienced swimmers and coaches.

The election, officially observed by Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport deputy general secretary Bo Chom Sery and NOCC deputy general secretary Hem Samnang, saw Soun Chan Thol retain his position as president of the Federation.

Hem Thon continues as general secretary, while his son Hem Kiry gained promotion to deputy general secretary. Hem Chan Ly, Ku Kim Heak, Chea Bun Heang and Soun Bun On were named as vice-presidents and Ket Sovan was handed the role of chief of the financial department.


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