Nhan Dan Online – Vietnam kept their semi-final hopes alive following a resounding 5-0 triumph over Laos in their third Group A matchup at Zeyar Thiri Stadium in Naypyidaw on December 15.
Nhan Dan Online - Seven more gold medals were won on December 15, lifting Vietnam to third position in the SEA Games standings with a total of 36 gold, 32 silver and 41 bronze medals.
Nhan Dan Online - Vietnam's medal collection was supplemented with seven gold, eight silver and seven bronze medals won today in chess, shooting, boxing, karate and bodybuilding.
Nhan Dan Online - Six additional gold medals were won by Vietnamese athletes on December 13 - one in shooting, two in wrestling, two in karate and one in weightlifting.
Nhan Dan Online – Vietnamese badminton star Nguyen Tien Minh was stopped in the men’s single semi-finals at the SEA Games 27, taking the bronze medal, after unexpectedly losing 1-2 to his Idonesian rival Rumbaka Dionysius Hayom on December 13.
Nhan Dan Online – Vietnam strengthened its hold on second place on the provisional SEA Games standings with six additional gold medals won in wrestling and swimming on December 12.
Nhan Dan Online – Vietnam badminton phenom Nguyen Tien Minh made it through to the semi-final round of the SEA Games men’s singles after his Thai opponent, Avihingsanon Suppanyu, withdrew in the middle of today’s quarterfinal match.
Nhan Dan Online - An exceptionally grand ceremony has taken place tonight at Wunna Theikdi Stadium in Nay Pyi Taw, marking the official opening of the 27th SEA Games in Myanmar.
Nhan Dan Online – Marksman Nguyen Thanh Dat finished first in the men’s individual 50m rifle prone event today, increasing Vietnam’s gold medal tally at this year’s SEA Games to 10.
Nhan Dan – Sports lovers across Southeast Asia are looking forward to the opening ceremony of the biggest regional sporting event of the year, the 27th SEA Games, which takes place tonight at the 30,000-seat Wunna Theidi Stadium in Nay Pyi Taw, Myanmar.
Nhan Dan Online - Vietnam missed the chance to consolidate their Group A top position after unexpectedly losing 0-1 to Singapore in the second group match on December 10.
Nhan Dan Online - Vietnam won three more gold medals on Tuesday, consolidating their second place on the provisional SEA Games; now holding nine gold, four silver and seven bronze medals.
Nhan Dan Online - Vietnam racked up four more gold medals today to ascend to second position on the provisional SEA Games podium with six gold, three silver and five bronze medals.
Nhan Dan Online - Vietnam got off to a perfect start at the 27th SEA Games in Myanmar, handily defeating Brunei 7-0 in their Group A opener at Zeyar Thiri Stadium this afternoon.
Nhan Dan Online – Wushu martial artist Hoang Thi Phuong Giang added another gold to Vietnam's medal collection at the ongoing 27th SEA Games in Myanmar by earning the highest score in the women's Changquan event this morning.
Nhan Dan Online – Martial artist Duong Thuy Vi won Vietnam’s first gold at the 27th Southeast Asian (SEA) Games in Myanmar.
Nhan Dan – Vietnamese swimmer Hoang Quy Phuoc has been chosen to hold the national flag at the opening ceremony of the 27th Southeast Asian (SEA) Games in Myanmar on December 11.
Nhan Dan Online – A ceremony was held today in Can Tho province to honour bodybuilder Nguyen Anh Thong for his gold medal in the men’s 60kg event at the 5th World Bodybuilding and Physique Sports Championships.
Nhan Dan Online – Veteran swimmer Nguyen Huu Viet, who is respectfully called the ‘Frog Prince’ for his excellence in the breaststroke, has been making last-minute preparations for the upcoming 27th Southeast Asian (SEA) Games, which, he said, is to be the last of his professional career.
Nhan Dan Online – Vovinam martial artists from across Southeast Asia are set to gather at Wunna Theikidi Stadium in Naypyidaw from December 18-22 for the 27th SEA Games. In addition to the target of defending their title at this year’s event, Vietnam Vovinam fighters are embarking on the noble mission of promoting the image of Vovinam throughout the region.
Nhan Dan Online – Despite racking up many prestigious titles at world and Asian competitions, wushu martial artist Nguyen Thanh Tung has yet to take top honours at the Southeast Asian (SEA) Games. The 27th Games in Myanmar next month will give Tung another opportunity to achieve that goal and add the missing regional gold medal to his collection.
Nhan Dan Online – Veteran marksman Hoang Xuan Vinh has made significant contributions to the success of Vietnamese shooting in recent editions of the Southeast Asian (SEA) Games. Over the past six games, from 2001 to 2011, Vinh shot away with eight gold medals, working with his teammates to strengthen the status of Vietnamese shooting in the regional arena.
Nhan Dan Online – Despite their youth, many promising juniors are currently stars upon whom the medal hopes of the Vietnam sports delegation rest at next month’s 27th Southeast Asian (SEA) Games in Myanmar.
Nhan Dan Online - A warm send-off was given on November 20 at the National Sports Training Centre in Hanoi for the Vietnamese athletic delegation to the 27th Southeast Asian (SEA) Games from December 11-22 in Myanmar.
Nhan Dan Online – SPM Corporation – MyVita Brand will present 1,000 gifts totalling VND125 million (US$5,875) to Vietnamese athletes as encouragement ahead of next month’s 27th Southeast Asian (SEA) Games in Myanmar.
Nhan Dan – Each medal won at the 27th Southeast Asian (SEA) Games will earn athletes a bonus of VND51 million for gold, VND29 million for silver and VND22 million for bronze, the General Department of Sports and Physical Training has announced.
Nhan Dan – Although he has amassed a collection of prestigious titles from global and Asian competitions, top Vietnamese badminton player and world number seven Nguyen Tien Minh has yet to win the men’s singles gold medal at the Southeast Asian (SEA) Games.
Nhan Dan Online – The Vietnam under-23 men's football team have drawn defending champions Malaysia in Group A of the football tournament at the 27th Southeast Asian (SEA) Games in Myanmar next month.
Nhan Dan Online - Vietnam will send 519 athletes to compete in 29 events at the upcoming Southeast Asian (SEA) Games, the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism recently announced.