Sunday, January 22, 2017
The Myanmar Times
The Myanmar Times

Cambodia Eagles take Indochina Cup in Yangon

It was a beautiful day for footy, and a terrible day for Myanmar’s footy club.

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Too Too faces Peruvian muay thai champ

Get ready to rumble: Myanmar’s first-class lethwei practitioner Too Too will face Peruvian fighter Matteo Celi at the 2016 Mandalay Rumbling Lethwei Challenge on November 27.

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Local Paralympics tournament offers stepping stone to international games

The games have just begun – and they’re going to get even bigger.

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Can Myanmar ride home-field advantage to victory?

Are you ready for some regional football? Myanmar will host Group B sides Malaysia, Vietnam, and Cambodia as the 2016 AFF Suzuki Cup kicks off at Thuwunna Stadium in Yangon from November 20 to 26.

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Roll up, wait a minute: Is that Myanmar skating by?

It is potentially the world’s most underrated sport. And now Myanmar is ready to roll up and join the fun.

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Saw Ba Oo headlines Mandalay fights

Less than a month after his emphatic victory over Kyal Sin Phyu in ONE Championship’s State of Warriors event, Saw Ba Oo will climb back into the ring against a top Myanmar fighter.

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Lions lasso ex-national keeper, orphaned coach

Yangon United signed ex-national team goalkeeper Kyaw Zin Htet to a two-year contract this week as the next Myanmar National League season looms.

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Folayang not fazed by seasoned champ Aoki

The face of Filipino mixed martial arts, Baguio City’s Eduard “Landslide” Folayang (16-5-0) is up for a much-deserved shot at Shinya Aoki (39-6-0) and his ONE Lightweight World Championship belt in the top card fight at One Championship’s Defending Honor on November 11 in Singapore.

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Nation’s best face off for SEA Games squad selection

Myanmar's annual national hockey tournament wrapped up yesterday with a final pitting Yangon Region against Chin State, but the Hockey Federation is keeping a keen eye on the competitors ahead of the 2017 Southeast Asian Games in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

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Myanmar wins runner-up at AFL Asia Champs

Mud sprayed and men collided, and after 30 minutes of battling through a torrential downpour, the tournament was over: Myanmar’s Fighting Cocks watched as the Bali Geckos erupted into cheers after claiming victory in the AFL Asia Championships Division Two Grand Final in Ho Chi Minh City on October 15.

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GFA
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