The Myanmar Times
Saturday, 25 April 2015
The Myanmar Times
The Myanmar Times

Professional Boxing League coming in 2015

Starting in January 2015, the rules and regulations of the Myanmar Traditional Boxing Federation will be revamped in order to turn their amateur leagues into a recognised, professional sport.

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Long-awaited national sports tournament begins

After a nearly 20 year hiatus, the Myanmar National sports tournament began last week in Naypyitaw.

 

 

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Local fights suit up for all-age Taekwondo championship

On November 29-30, over 214 Taekwondo athletes from 18 state and regional clubs competed in the 2014 Korean Ambassador’s Cup Taekwondo Championship.

 

 

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Bike races kick off new series

More than 80 local and foreign cyclists converged on Hlegu township north of Yangon on November 23 to participate in a day of road and mountain bike racing.

 

 

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Remote chance for Myanmar in Suzuki Cup 2014

Myanmar was left with only a remote chance of advancing to the group stage of the 2014 Suzuki Cup after losing to Singapore at Singapore Sports Hub National Stadium on November 26.

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Myanmar going to U-20 World Cup in 2015

In a historic first, Myanmar has qualified for a spot in the FIFA Under-20 World Cup.

 

 

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Myanmar, Yemen unable to find the goal

Myanmar was held to a goal-less draw in its opening match of the AFC U19 Championship against Yemen last week in Yangon.

 

 

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Yadanarbon FC clinches third title

Yadanarbone Football Club representing Mandalay Region has been crowned champions of the Myanmar National League season after a critical win last week.

 

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The Big Rooster brings Aussie rules football to Myanmar

Julian “Big Rooster” Clark, a veteran of 20 Australian rules football seasons as an expat, nurtures new teams wherever his work as an engineer has taken him.


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Fighting Cocks to launch youth program

Get them young: that’s the tactic the Myanmar Fighting Cocks are using to build a competitive Australian rules football team for the future.


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