Myanmar to compete in 55th Asian Bodybuilding & Physique Sports Championship

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Ye Htun Naung (pictured) will compete in the Men’s 70-kg event of the 55th Asian Bodybuilding & Physique Sports Championship. PHOTO: Bala Soe

Myanmar bodybuilders were selected yesterday at the headquarters of the Myanmar Bodybuilding and Physique Sports Federation in Yangon to compete in the 55th Asian Bodybuilding & Physique Sports Championship to be held in Kathmandu, Nepal from 1 to 7 September 2023.
First, the bodybuilders show off in seven different postures. The officials of the Myanmar Bodybuilding and Physique Sports Federation encouraged and asked them to live and eat healthily before entering the competition.
Hein Htet Zaw will compete in the U-21 75-kg event while Pyae Phyo will go for the 55-kg category.
Meanwhile, Maung Maung Myint will participate in the 65-kg event while Ye Htun Naung will take on the 70-kg event and Aung Than Htay in the 75-kg event.
Hein Htet Kyaw will contest in the Men’s Athletic Physique (up to 182 centimetres) while Nyein Chan will compete in the Men’s Sports Physique (up to 175 cm),
In the Physique contest, Mi Mi Kyaw Naing will join the Senior Women’s Model Physique (up to 160 cm) event while Aye Thandar Khaing will tackle in the Senior Women’s Athletic Physique (up to 165 cm) event and Wuttyi Phyo will be in the Senior Women’s Athletic Physique (up to 165 cm) event. — Bala Soe/KZL

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