The Myanmar Times
Wednesday, 03 September 2014
The Myanmar Times
The Myanmar Times

Yadanarbon and Yangon United draw

Reigning Myanmar National League champions Yangon United FC could only muster a draw against Yadanarbon FC when the teams met on July 23 at Bahtoo Stadium in Mandalay.

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Basketball teams fall to US visitors

Vision Sports basketball squads handily defeated the Myanmar men’s and women’s national teams on July 25 in Nay Pyi Taw.

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Rise of the Asian warriors - Opinion

It's not a secret.
Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) is big. Really big. Check out any developed country here in Asia and you’ll see MMA fans, MMA gyms and other MMA-related business booming and becoming bigger and bigger. There’s little doubt the sport is well on its way to becoming the number one sport the world over.

 

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FIFA, Myanmar lay out vision

The Myanmar Football Federation and FIFA unveiled on June 27 a new eight–year strategic plan for the country’s football program that includes five key upgrades aimed at facilitating the sport’s development domestically.

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Top of the table clash ends in draw

Defending Myanmar National League champions Yangon United travelled to Shan State to take on KBZ, with a 1-1 draw outcome.

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Cricket officials dream of ‘golden days’ ahead

The Myanmar Cricket Federation hopes to give the sport a much-needed boost.

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Gymnastics Federation look for a boost

The Myanmar Gymnastics Federation is hoping international support and new facilities bring renewed interest to the sport.


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Show of strength: bodybuilders step out

Than Naing flexed his way to the top spot at the recent Body Building and Model Physique competition.

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National futsal team struggles in Thailand

Myanmar’s national futsal team got off to a rough start on their Southeast Asian Games preparation tour of Thailand, suffering three straight losses in their opening matches.

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Under-19s bound for China

Myanmar’s U-19 football team will compete in the Weifang Cup in China’s Shandong Province in July for the first time.

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