(HBO) - Indonesian cyclists won a gold and silver medal in the men’s SEA Games 31 mountain bike cross-country event in Hoa Binh province on May 16. The bronze was won by a rider from the Philippines.
Participating in the race
were 18 riders from 7 countries, including Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand,
Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, and the Philippines.
Vietnam had three riders
competing: Bui Van Hieu, Vo Minh Gia Bao, and Nguyen Huu Sang.
Clear and dry weather provided
favourable weather condition for the riders.
The gold medal went to
Fanani Zaenal from Indonesia, with a record time of 1 hour, 16 minutes, 41
The silver medal went to
Muhammad Ihza from Indonesia, with a time of 1 hour, 19 minutes, 14 seconds.
The bronze was won by Rivera
Jericho from the Philippines, with a time of 1 hour, 20 minutes, 4 seconds.
The mixed cross-country
relay is scheduled for May 17. Dinh Van Linh, Dinh Thi Nhu Quynh, and Ca Thi
Thom are representatives for Vietnam in the competition./.
(HBO) By the end of May, Tan Lac district had completed organizing the sports congress at the grassroots level ensuring the schedule, focusing on preparing the conditions to be ready for the VII sports congress at the distrcit’s level in August.
(HBO) – Dato Amarjit Singh Gill, Vice President of Asian Cycling Federation, has said that the cycling event at the 31 Southeast Asian Games (SEA Games 31) had been successfully organised by Hoa Binh province - the host of the competition. The enthusiasm of the province’s cheering fans has contributed to its success, Gill said.
(HBO) – The final round of the men’s and women’s downhill biking at the 31st Southeast Asian Games (SEA Games 31) took place in Dan Chu ward of Hoa Binh city on March 15. The women’s event saw the competition of eight athletes from five countries (Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia, Indonesia, and the Philippines). Meanwhile, the men’s event was attended by 10 athletes from five countries (Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia, Indonesia, and the Philippines).
(HBO) - In the morning of May 16th, excellently competing in the Olympic women's cross-country event in the terrain cycling event, Dinh Thi Nhu Quynh - the girl of Muong area in Hoa Binh "opened the door” for the gold medal for Vietnamese cycling team at 31st SEA Games. This is not Quynh's first gold medal in the SEA Games arena, however, it brings the special emotions, because this is Quynh's first gold medal won in the homeland. The joy of victory is more complete and happier when there is the enthusiastic congratulation of the relatives and Hoa Binh's fans.