With Christmas dinners barely digested and New Year’s resolutions still fresh in the mind, it’s time to don tracksuits, bug your mates for sponsorship and get signed-up for as many charity sporting events as possible.
February 18 and 19 will mark the fifth and possibly final year of the Kep Trio Sporting and Fundraising Event, which involves a 10km bike ride and a half- marathon, 10km run/walk and 3km run/walk .
Cambodia’s basketball player Sopouen Oeun has signed for Saigon Heat to play in the 2012 Asian Basketball League. The new entrant to the Asian Basketball League from Vietnam snapped up the Cambodian guard following his scintillating performance at the SEA games in Indonesia.
Cambodian Wrestling Federation's aim to host the 2012 National Wrestling Championship Tournament received a boost as Casey Barnett, Rector of CamEd Business School, donates US$10,000.
The National Olympic committee of Cambodia on Sunday signed a memorandum of understanding with Japan based Cambodia Dream Co Ltd as co-partners to the Phnom Penh International Half Marathon.
Australian Born Bethany Robertson is looking forward to be the next foreign based athelte to represent the Kingdom in International Circuit. The 16 Year Old Swimmer currently Attending Genazzano FCJ College in Victoria Australia has indicated interest to Represent Cambodia rather than her country of Residence.
Born to a Cambodian Mother and Australian Father, Bethany has taken part in well over 40 Championships in Australia.
The 16th edition of the Angkor Wat International Half marathon in Siem Reap was held yesterday with Swedish Runner Henrik Jannaborg emerging winner in his debut run and his compatriot Jenny Lundgren romped home in the women’s event.
The Race which started at about 6:40am saw a record 5,230 runners from 58 countries Tee off in front of the famed Angkor Wat complex to take part in different categories over varying distances.
Cambodia’s Taekwondo star Sorn Darvin is now looking to a wild card placement following the Failure to make it through the Asian Olympic Qualifiers held last weekend in Bangkok Thailand. The Trio of Sorn Darvin,Chhouem Puthearim and Tubbs Daren blew their chances of qualifying for next year’s Olympic Games after missing out on podium places at the qualifying tournament which featured competitors from 40 countries across Asia.
Following her SEA Games silver-medal performance in Jakarta last week, taekwondo star Sorn Davin leaves for Bangkok today to take part in the Asian Olympic Qualifiers which may well see her becoming the first Cambodian to officially qualify for the Olympic Games.
What does Cambodia conjure up in your mind? Magical temples or remote island beaches? Or maybe less attractive images, thankfully from a distant past, such as those portrayed in the Oscar winning film The Killing Fields?
Cambodia National basketball Team will take on Macau Tuesday,in their opening game of the China-Asean basketball Invitational Tournament in Nanning City in the Province of Guangxi, China.
The Cambodian team left the Kingdom on Sunday Afternoon aboard a china Eastern Airline arrived Nanning after a 5 hours transit in Guanzhou late on Sunday Night.
Cambodia is drawn in Group B along with Macau, China Guangxi, Vietnam Hanoi, and Chinese Taipei. Group A comprise of Host China Pingguo, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Laos, Singapore and Myammar.