Vietnam aims to win eight gold medals at the Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games (AIMAG) to be held in Turkmenistan on September 17-27.
Vietnam will compete in 14 of 21 sports at the event, with the
country targeting gold medals in athletics, swimming, weightlifting, wrestling,
chess, billiards, kick-boxing and muay thai.
The 164-member-delegation will be led by Tran Duc Phan, deputy
head of the National Sports Administration.
Vietnam’s futsal and jujitsu team left for Turkmenistan
September 13 to prepare for early competition on September 16.
The remaining athletes will leave later.
The event’s opening ceremony will take place on September 17 at
the newly built Olympic Stadium in the country’s capital city Ashgabat.
All 45 member countries of the Olympic Council of Asia will
compete, while the event will be attend by 17 members of the Oceania National
Olympic Committee for the first time.
Vietnam bagged eight
golds, seven silvers and 12 bronzes to rank third, behind China and the
Republic of Korea in the 2013 edition in the Republic of Korea.
Vietnam topped the Southeast Asian (SEA) Age Group Swimming Championship which concluded at the Hassanal Bolkiah National Sports Complex Swimming Pool in Brunei on November 12.
(HBO) In the morning on November 7th, during the 10th National Ethnic Sport Competition of Area I in 2017, the final male and female matches of volleyball were taken place at Hoa Binh provincial gymnasiums.
Ly Hoang Nam of Vietnam and Ti Chen of Chinese Taipei failed in the quarter-final match of the men’s doubles category at the Mens’ Futures F1 tennis tournament, Becamex IDC Cup held in the southern province of Binh Duong on November 9.
Vietnam have made it through to the 2018 AFC U19 Championship finals with one game in hand, after edging out hosts Chinese Taipei 2-1 in their second Group H match of the qualification tournament on November 6.
(HBO) - On 4/11, the opening ceremony of the 10th National Ethnic Sport Competition of Area I, 2017 was being organized at at Hoa Binh provincial stadium. It was attended by many provincial officials: Mr. Bui Van Tinh, Party Central Committee member and Secretary of the provincial Party Committee; Mr. Tran Dang Ninh, Vice Secretary of the provincial Party Committee and Chairman of the provincial People’s Council; Mr. Nguyen Van Quang, Vice Secretary of the provincial Party Committee and Chairman of the provincial People’s Committee; Mr. Nguyen Van Chuong, Vice Chairman of the provincial People’s Committee – the Chief local Organizer and many local people in the district and province.
(HBO) – The 26th traditional fell-running championship – Hoa Binh Newspaper Cup has wrapped up with Da Bac team once again winning the trophy. Da Bac district ranked first in the medal standings with seven first prizes, four second prizes, four third prizes, four consolation prizes and the prizes for the best coach and the best fell-running movement among high school and university students.