32nd SEA Games Chinlone sports to feature 12 types of competition

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The Myanmar team is seen competing in the previous SEA Games.

The 32nd SEA Games, which will be hosted by Cambodia, will include 12 types of competition in the Chinlone (cane ball) sports event.
According to the announcement of the host country Cambodia, Chinlone, one of Myanmar’s traditional sports, will be held under the title of Sepak Takraw.
A total of 12 events: four men’s events, four women’s events, and four men’s and women’s mixed events will be included in the Chinlone competition.
However, participating countries will not be allowed to compete in all types of events and allowed to enter only two events for each and every category.
The Myanmar national team players are under training in Nay Pyi Taw for the upcoming SEA Games.
Chinlone, one of Myanmar’s traditional sports, was included in the 2013 SEA Games, which was hosted by Myanmar.
It started being included in the 2013 SEA Games and participated again in the 2015 Singapore SEA Games and 2017 Malaysia SEA Games, but did not participate in the 2019 Philippines SEA Games and 2021 Viet Nam SEA Games, but made a comeback from the 2023 Cambodia SEA Games.
The Myanmar team has been able to win gold medals every time the Chinlone sport is included in the SEA Games. — Ko Nyi Lay/KZL

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