The Myanmar Times
Friday, 03 July 2015
The Myanmar Times
The Myanmar Times

SEA Games Shorts 9/6/15

Daily updates from Singapore SEA Games 2015 in Billiards, Boxing, Judo, Wushu, and more

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Birthday wish: a personal best

Like many athletes, Shun Lei Maw Oo arrived in Singapore to compete in her second Southeast Asian Games. Unlike other athletes, when she celebrates her birthday tomorrow by competing in the 200-metre butterfly, she will turn 11.

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SEA Games Shorts 8/6/15

Daily updates from Singapore SEA Games 2015 in Boxing, Fencing, Chinlone, Traditional Boat Racing, Judo, and more!

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Myanmar Times SEA Games Live

Check out The Myanmar Times live feed of updates, event results, medal announcements, and top photos from the 2015 SEA Games! Click here for more

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SEA Games Shorts 5/6/15

Daily updates from Singapore SEA Games 2015 in Netball, Table Tennis, Synchronised Swimming, & Fencing

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SEA Games Shorts 4/6/15

Daily updates from Singapore SEA Games 2015 in Floorball, Shooting, and Football

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SEA Games Shorts 2/6/15

Updates from the 2015 SEA Games in Football, Table Tennis, Netball, and Shooting.

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Myanmar’s fans clean up their act

Toll Stadium in Whangerai, New Zealand turned to social media on May 2 to express their gratitude for the conduct of the Myanmar’s U20 football fans after their 6-0 defeat to Ukraine at the FIFA U20 World Cup.

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Myanmar not at the races

For 135 minutes of the FIFA U20 World Cup, Myanmar flattered only to deceive. After a closely fought 2-1 loss to the United States in their opener, they conceded six second-half goals to lose 6-0 to Ukraine in their second Group A game, played in Whangerai, New Zealand.

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Myanmar Cycling Federation turns to Academy for future

The Myanmar cycling Federation looks to revive the team's fortunes after posting a meagre medal count at the Myanmar-hosted 2013 SEA Games. Douglas Long has more from the training camp in Nay Pyi Taw.

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