A total of 52 medals, 32 of them gold, 6 silver and 14 bronze – that’s what you were supposed to see this morning as you opened up The Myanmar Times to our SEA Games coverage and turned to the medal table. That’s what was decided back in March, when the deputy minister for sport, Thaung Htike, called a two-day meeting for the national governing bodies of sport to outline their targets for the 28th Southeast Asian Games.
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.
Nay Pyi Taw FC
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