The Myanmar Times
Tuesday, 23 September 2014
The Myanmar Times
The Myanmar Times

KBZ FC takes Charity Cup

Kanbawza Football Club topped rival and reigning Myanmar National League champion Yangon United Football Club in the Charity Cup held on January 26 at Aung San Stadium in Yangon.

 

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Kariuki champ again at marathon

Kenyan distance runner Joseph Gitau Kariuki strode his way to victory for the second consecutive year at the Yoma Yangon International Marathon.

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Marathon effort: champion to defend title

The Yoma Yangon Marathon will be held on January 19, with 2013 champion Joseph Gitau Kariuki to try for a second consecutive victory.

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Skateboarders hope for ministry recognition

Members of the Myanmar Skateboard Association are taking part in a nationwide demonstration tour with hopes of having their sport officially recognised by the Ministry of Sport.

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Skaters push for recognition

Members of the Myanmar Skateboard Association are taking part in a nationwide demonstration tour with hopes of having their sport officially recognised by the Ministry of Sport.

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Athletes return from China training

The Myanmar national rowing and table tennis teams arrived back from training in Wuhah, China, on October 7. The teams touched down at Yangon International Airport feeling more confident about their chances at the upcoming Southeast Asian Games, they said.

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Marathon set to return to Yangon

Yangon is set to play host to its second annual marathon in January, organisers announced last week.

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Japanese challengers prove worthy foes

Myanmar and Japanese kickboxers squared off last week in a highly anticipated tournament in Yangon.

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Women’s national team coach disappointed despite 5-0 win

Myanmar coach Kumada Yoshinori was far from pleased with his side’s performance despite notching a comfortable 5-0 win over Laos in the opening match of the ASEAN Football Federation Women’s Championship.

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Eyes on the Davis Cup

The Myanmar Tennis Federation trains its focus on outreach, while putting recent controversy in the past.

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