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Taekwondo tournament kicks off over weekend

Taekwondo tournament kicks off over weekend

THE Cambodia Taekwondo Federation is set to host its annual national championships from today at the National Sports Complex.   The five-day tournament will be split into two divisions that respectively follow the rules adhered to by the World Tae-kwondo Federation (based in South Korea) and the Internat-ional Taekwondo Federation (based in North Korea). According to Boeung Kim Tor, sub-director of Department    of Physical  Education and Sports, this year’s titles will have slightly more competitors than  last year’s, with 408 athletes registered for the WTF competition and 414 signed up for the ITF event.
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