Myanmar wins silver, bronze medals in XXXII SEA Games’ Vovinam (Kun Bokator) event

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Silver and bronze medallists are seen after receiving the prizes.

The XXXII Southeast Asian Games are being held in five cities of Cambodia, and Myanmar athletes are competing and claiming medals in the Vovinam (Kun Bokator) events at Hall C, Chroy Changvar Convention Centre in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
Ma Nila Soe Oo won the very first silver medal for Myanmar in the Women’s Single Bokator Spirit Form Competition, while Maung Hlaing Chit Oo garnered the first bronze medal for Myanmar in Men’s Single Bokator Spirit Form Competition.
Next, Myat Noe Wai bagged another bronze medal in the Women’s Single Bamboo Shield Form Competition, and Maung Khant Lun Zaw secured the third bronze medal for Myanmar in Men’s Single Bare Hands Form Competition. After the competitions, the awarding ceremony was held on 4 May, and Ma Nila Soe Oo, who won the first silver medal for Myanmar, was awarded by the Chairman of the Myanmar Olympic Committee, Union Minister for Sports and Youth Affairs U Min Thein Zan.
In turn, first, second, and third prize winners in other competitions were awarded by officials.
Individual and double competitions of Chess (Men and Women) were also held at Phnom Penh University yesterday.
Next, the Malaysian team beat the Myanmar team 3-1 in Men’s Volleyball Competition at National Olympic Stadium Indoor Hall.
In the Men’s Football Competition, Indonesia won over Myanmar by a score of 5-0 at the National Olympic Stadium.
Myanmar athletes have won four medals including one silver, and three bronzes in the XXXII SEA Games till 4 May. — MNA/KZL

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