The Myanmar Times
The Myanmar Times

Stage set for Tokyo showdown

World lethwei champion Dave “The Nomad’’ Leduc will face a new opponent, Nilmungkorn Sudsakorn of Thailand, next month as his American challenger Cyrus Washington has pulled out of the fight citing a “hand injury’’ he sustained during training.

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Lethwei finds a voice

World lethwei champion Dave Leduc, scheduled to defend his title next month, recently spoke with The Myanmar Times about his career, ambitions and what it took him to get to where he finds himself today.

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Myanmar on brink of semifinal berth

Myanmar faces Malaysia in their last group match of the 2017 AFF Under-15 Girls Championship today at the KM16 National Stadium in Vientiane, Laos.

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1800 teams participate in Waso caneball festival

The 89th Waso chinlone (caneball) festival kicked off at the chinlone stadium in the western part of Mandalay Mahamuni Pagoda on May 11 with 1800 chinlone teams participating.

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Myanmar play Vietnam in crunch U-15 match

Myanmar faces Vietnam today in their crunch group match of the 2017 AFF Under-15 Girls Championship at the KM16 National Stadium in Vientiane, Laos.

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Kyaw Htet Aung and Chan Yati Maung win

Kyaw Htet Aung and Chan Yati Maung triumphed at the 2017 Amateur Bodybuilding and Model Physique Competition, winning the men’s and women’s categories yesterday at Aung San indoor stadium.

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Myanmar play Laos today in U-15 girls’ tournament

Myanmar play Laos in the opening match of the 2017 AFF Under-15 Girls’ Championship which kicks off today in Vientiane, capital of the host nation.

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General Aung San Shield First Round Results

Myawady beat City Yangon 5-4 on penalty shoot-out. 

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A boost for youth development

Aung san indoor stadium will this week play host to a bodybuilding competition where the aim is to promote youth development.

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Underdogs hog transfer limelight

The second transfer window for Myanmar National League 2017 is already halfway through and local clubs have used that opening to bolster their ranks for the second half of football season which began yesterday.

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Magwe FC
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Zwekapin United
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Nay Pyi Taw FC
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Last Updated - 1 April 2017
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