The Ju-Jitsu Federation of Cambodia (JJFC) has announced pricing and availability details for its in-demand rashguard ju-jitsu shirts.
Taekwondo superstar Sorn Seavmey overcame an incomplete training regime to claim an astonishing fourth consecutive gold medal at the SEA Games. Seavmey, who also holds the title of “Lok Chumteav”, Her Excellency, announced her retirement following the match.
Thong Khon, Minister of Tourism and permanent vice-president of the Cambodia SEA Games Organising Committee (CAMSOC), calls on all people who have received tickets to the May 17 closing ceremony of the biennial multi-sports extravaganza at the Morodok Techo National Stadium
The Cambodian wrestling team is aiming to secure at least three gold medals on their home turf as the SEA Games wrestling events kick off today.
The Cambodian Wushu has completed all 22 events at the 32nd SEA Games, managing to claim a historic first gold medal in the traditional Chinese martial art.
Cambodian billiards players Suon Chhay and Men Sophanith claimed another gold in the snooker men’s doubles, to add to the gold medal won by Sruong Pheavy in the 3-cushion carom event.
Cambodian swimmer Kaing Muoy Nin earned the Kingdom’s first historic gold medal in the pool on May 12, with a record-setting performance in the women’s 400m bi-fin finswimming event.
Cambodian billiards player Sruong Pheavy beat Thai Vutthiphan Kongkaket in the top eight qualifiers to advance to the semi-finals of the 1 cushion event at the 32nd SEA Games.
Four Cambodian athletes are headed to the finswimming finals on the evening of May 12 to hunt for additional medals for the Kingdom.
Chhun Bunthong made history when he became the first Cambodian to claim an athletics gold medal at the 32nd SEA Games on May 11.