The Cambodian SEA Games Organising Committee (CAMSOC) summoned all local sports federations to discuss details and inform the committee about their work their international counterparts to strengthen Cambodia's ability to win medals as hosts of the historical biennial multi-sports event next year.
Cuban indoor and beach volleyball officials and coaches have arrived in Phnom Penh to provide technical assistance and coaching for the Cambodian national team.
The leaders of the Cambodia Gymnastics Federation (CGF) and their athletes are working together to realise their dream of claiming their first gold at the Aerobic Gymnastics Asian Championships.
From provincial girl who could not afford a uniform or sneakers to play to national representative, Phorn Chenda’s story is a lesson in determination.
With the Kingdom set to host the 32nd Southeast Asian Games (SEA Games) in 2023, Cambodian tennis players weighed in on what they thought their chances of medaling would be.
Minister of Tourism Thong Khon has urged the promotion of several public awareness campaigns – including one to reduce road accidents and drugs use at target areas identified by the Cambodian SEA Games Organising Committee (CAMSOC) – as the Kingdom prepares to host the biennial multi-sports event
Cambodia's women’s hockey team made history and received a timely confidence boost ahead of the 2023 Southeast Asian Games (SEA Games) with a 3-0 victory over Singapore at the 2022 Women’s Indoor Hockey Asia Cup, which concluded on August 15.
Cambodia is determined to ensure that match-fixings are strictly forbidden in the 64th SEA Games next year, which it hosts for the first time, in a bid to uphold the principle of justice, fairness and transparency.
The Kingdom, through the Cambodian SEA Games Organising Committee (CAMSOC), has expressed its intention to carry out the SEA Games torch relay through all of the ASEAN countries, and to organise the run to a standard higher than has previously been seen.
Against all odds and despite finding countless obstacles in his path along the way, Kun Khmer boxer Phal Sophoan became the first Cambodian athlete to win a world boxing title when he earned the International Professional Combat Council (IPCC) belt for Khun Khmer in the 63.5 kg weight category.