The Myanmar Times
Thursday, 03 September 2015
The Myanmar Times
The Myanmar Times

Son of Myanmar swim star sets US age-group records

Winn Aung, 12, the son of former Myanmar national swimmer Than Tun Aung, now living in Redding, California, broke another two United States national age-group records to take the total number of long-course records he currently holds to five.

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Skaters hope to roll out sport’s future

Roller sport could soon become an Olympic sport and the president of the Myanmar Skate Federation wants to be ready should it feature at the 2020 Tokyo Games.

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Second to none, says India

The 1st International Day of Yoga was marked in Yangon’s Thuwunna Indoor Stadium by a mass demonstration of yoga postures and protocol by 500 yogis drawn from across Myanmar.

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Yangon object to rival eligibility

The  Myanmar National League has dismissed a complaint from league leaders Yangon United over the eligibility of newly signed players to feature in championship rivals Ayeyawady United’s rescheduled fixture with Chin United on June 22.

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Quiet start for Myanmar’s World Cup campaign

Myanmar played out a 2-0 loss to South Korea in front of a sparsely populated Rajamangala Stadium in Bangkok on June 16.

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Top-shelf Thais break Myanmar hearts to win gold

A “PLUCKY” Myanmar side was eventually outclassed 3-0 by a polished Thai outfit that won gold in the Southeast Asian Games football final at the National Stadium in Singapore last night.

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SEA Games showdown: Myanmar vs Thailand

This evening at the Singapore National Stadium, Myanmar will play Thailand in the final of the Southeast Asian Games football tournament. They will start as underdogs but know a victory would mark another step toward the dream of a return to a “Golden Age” of Myanmar football.

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Myanmar advances to SEA Games final on 2-1 victory

A skipper’s strike from Nay Lin Tun gave Myanmar a 2-1 semi-final victory over Vietnam at the Singapore National Stadium and saw them qualify for the June 15 final of the Southeast Asian Games' football tournament.

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Myanmar escapes Laos with tie

Kyaw Zayar Win salvaged a point for Myanmar in a 2-2 draw with Laos after they nearly threw away all three points in the opening game of their FIFA World Cup qualifying campaign for the Russia 2018 competition last night.

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Track legend runs out of time – and shoes

Yesterday evening, Myanmar’s veteran distance runner said goodbye to the track but had no running spikes to hang up.

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TeamGPGDPTS
Yangon United
15 28 43
Ayeyawady
United
14 14 29
Magwe FC
14 14 29
Yadanarbon FC
14 13 29
KBZ FC
15 5 25
Chin United
15 -5 15
Nay Pyi Taw FC
15 -11 15
Zeyar Shwe Myay
FC
14 -8 14
Zwekapin FC
15 -9 14
Hantharwady FC
15 -6 11
Manaw Myay FC
15 -16 11
Rakhine United
15 -19 11
Last Updated - 18 August 2015