The Myanmar Times
Saturday, 25 October 2014
The Myanmar Times
The Myanmar Times

Myanmar to host Davis Cup Asia Oceania Zone groups 3 and 4

The wonderful news came to us by email from the governing body of tennis, the International Tennis Federation (ITF), on November 27.

 

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Injury plagued Myanmar enters Suzuki Cup with a roster of unproven talent

The Myanmar National team limped into Bangkok before the start of the 2012 AFF Suzuki Cup, racked by injuries that could prove to be costly.

 

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Myanmar boxers fight for every kyat

The address of Aphyu Yaung Thway Thit, a traditional Myanmar boxing club, lists a street but makes no mention of a house number. This is not a typo.

 

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Myanmar junior weightlifters successful despite shortened event

Myanmar junior weightlifters captured 15 medals at an international competition held in Yangon despite the event being cut short by a day.

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Golf and Asia’s business frontier

If you believe that sport can be a metaphor for life’s broader challenges and opportunities, then the first Luang Prabang Laos Open generated more than a paycheck and points on the ASEAN PGA Tour’s tournament ladder for winner Thaworn Wiratchant.

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Ayeyawaddy United FC captures MFF Digicel Cup

Ayeyawady United FC won the 2012 Myanmar Football Federation Digicel Cup defeating KBZ FC 1-0 at Yangon’s Thuwana Stadium.

 

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Tennis Federation of Myanmar serves up plan for growth

The Tennis Federation of Myanmar is undertaking ambitious projects with hopes of building a strong base of new tennis teachers and players.



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Myanmar dominates kickboxing event

Two Myanmar kickboxers knocked out their opponents while another drew during the Let Hway Challenge Fight between Myanmar and the Philippines at Yangon’s Theinphyu Stadium.


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Thailand wins first Sepaktakraw WC

Thiland reigned supreme during the inaugural Sepaktakraw World Cup from July 21-24 at the Titiwangsa Stadium in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, claiming both the men’s and women’s finals.

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Myanmar adapts to Vietnam martial style

The Myanmar Thaing Federation gave its preparations for next year’s SEA Games a welcome boost by holding the country’s 10th Thaing competition at Yangon’s Aung San Indoor Stadium.


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