The Myanmar Times
Saturday, 20 December 2014
The Myanmar Times
The Myanmar Times

Long-awaited national sports tournament begins

After a nearly 20 year hiatus, the Myanmar National sports tournament began last week in Naypyitaw.

 

 

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Local fights suit up for all-age Taekwondo championship

On November 29-30, over 214 Taekwondo athletes from 18 state and regional clubs competed in the 2014 Korean Ambassador’s Cup Taekwondo Championship.

 

 

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Bike races kick off new series

More than 80 local and foreign cyclists converged on Hlegu township north of Yangon on November 23 to participate in a day of road and mountain bike racing.

 

 

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Remote chance for Myanmar in Suzuki Cup 2014

Myanmar was left with only a remote chance of advancing to the group stage of the 2014 Suzuki Cup after losing to Singapore at Singapore Sports Hub National Stadium on November 26.

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Myanmar going to U-20 World Cup in 2015

In a historic first, Myanmar has qualified for a spot in the FIFA Under-20 World Cup.

 

 

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Myanmar, Yemen unable to find the goal

Myanmar was held to a goal-less draw in its opening match of the AFC U19 Championship against Yemen last week in Yangon.

 

 

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Yadanarbon FC clinches third title

Yadanarbone Football Club representing Mandalay Region has been crowned champions of the Myanmar National League season after a critical win last week.

 

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The Big Rooster brings Aussie rules football to Myanmar

Julian “Big Rooster” Clark, a veteran of 20 Australian rules football seasons as an expat, nurtures new teams wherever his work as an engineer has taken him.


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Fighting Cocks to launch youth program

Get them young: that’s the tactic the Myanmar Fighting Cocks are using to build a competitive Australian rules football team for the future.


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Capital to host regional martial arts tournament

Myanmar is set to host the 3rd Southeast Asian vovinam tournament next month in Nay Pyi Taw.

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