Sports confirmed for 32nd SEA Games


Officials have confirmed the sports events for the 32nd SEA Games to be held in Cambodia.
The SEA Games Federation meeting was held on 12 and 13 July in Cambodia and was attended by representatives from Southeast Asian countries.
The 32nd SEA Games will be held from 5 to 16 May 2023 and will feature 40 sports.
Only 39 of these sports will be awarded medals, and Teqball will be included as a demonstration competition only.
Athletices, Swimming, Badminton, Basketball, Billiards and Snooker, Bodybuilding, Boxing, Chess, Cricket, Cycling, Dance Sports, Esports, Swordsmanship, Finswimming, Floorball, Football, Golf, Gymnastics, Hockey, Jet Ski, Judo, Karate, Kun Khmer, Martial Arts (Jujitsu, Vovinam, Kickboxing, Arnis, Kun Bokator, Martial Arts Korea), Obstacle Race; Petanque, Sailing, Sepak Takraw, Silat, Soft Tennis, Table Tennis, Taekwondo, Tennis, Traditional Boat Race, Volleyball, Weight Lifting, Wrestling and Wushu were included as the SEA Games event.
Most Southeast Asian countries have called for more sports to participate including shooting, Rhythmic, and Kurash.
Myanmar sports teams are under training for the upcoming SEA Games.
Myanmar teams won nine gold, 18 silver and 35 bronze medals at the last Viet Nam SEA Games. — Ko Nyi Lay/GNLM

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