(HBO) - The Hoa Binh Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism has had a meeting with the local organising board for the 2019 National Youth Terrain Cycling Championship and National Terrain Cycling Championship.
Overview of the meeting.
The races are estimated to have
about 200 participants, including athletes of 10 teams from An Giang, Son La,
Binh Duong, Lao Cai, Thanh Hoa, Vinh Phuc, Hanoi, among others. They will compete at
different male’s and female’s events.
The two races are scheduled to last
for six days from August 1 to 6, with athletes having day off on August 3. The
tournaments will begin at the Hoa Binh Hydropower dam. Competition areas
consist of the dam site, Ong Tuong Hill, the monument of late President Ho
Chi Minh and Hoa Binh City.
The championships aim to promote
the practice of the sport in Hoa Binh, as well as local tourism potential and
cultural features. It will also help Hoa Binh increase its capacity of
organising sport events in preparation for hosting bike event of Vietnam’s 31st
Sea Games in 2021./.
(HBO) - The provincial Gifted School of Training and Competing Physical Education and Sports held a conference to summarize its work in 2019 and deploy its tasks in 2020.
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On January 5, coach Pham Minh Giang decided to summon 20 players to prepare for the Vietnam national futsal team to compete at the upcoming 2020 AFC Futsal Championship, slated to take place in Turkmenistan from February 26 to March 8.
(HBO) - Established and developed in 2007, Karatedo Hoa Binh Federation is a social organization authorized by the Provincial People's Committee. Over the past few years, although facing difficulties, the Karatedo Hoa Binh Federation has shown many flourishes from the spread of the widespread training movement to the quality of tournaments.
(HBO) - Becoming a professional athlete, winning medals in domestic and international sports arenas is a conquering dream and a desire of many sports talents. The journey to become a professional sports player has never been easy. Currently, the province's sports sector is always trying to perform the top task of training and coaching the athletes so that they can devote their talents and bring the glory to the sports of the province in particular and Vietnamese sports in general.
Wrapping up a successful 2019, it’s no surprise that Vietnamese football dominated the list for top 11 Southeast Asian footballers of the year selected by FOX Sports Asia.