Cambodia to host 6th Asian Youth Para Games in 2029

Cambodia will host the 6th Asian Youth Para Games, following the 5th Asian Youth Games in 2029, according to a press release of the National Paralympic Committee of Cambodia. ...

Khmer Times Staff

Cambodian Fencers to attend SEAFF Championships 2024 in Malaysia

Sixteen (16) Cambodian sports athletes, coaches, arbitrators, and athletes will attend the Southeast Asia Fencing Federation (SEAFF) Championships to be held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, from Jan. 6 to 11, 2024. ...

Khmer Times Staff

Cambodia celebrates success in first-time hosting of SEA Games

Cambodia on Friday celebrated its success in hosting Southeast Asian (SEA) Games for the first time, saying that the biennial multi-sport event has given a boost to the country’s sports, tourism and economy. ...

Khmer Times Staff

Cambodian PM awards former Malaysian journalist for SEA Games contribution

Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Manet on Friday conferred the Royal Order MonisaraponMohaseng award on former Malaysian sports journalist-turned-sports events management specialist, ST Arasu. ...

Khmer Times Staff

Cambodian Women’s basketball team makes winning move on first day at 4th Asian Para Games

The Cambodian women’s basketball team defeated the Lao team with a score of 65-35 in the opening round of the 4th Asian Para Games at the Hangzhou Olympic Sports Centre Gymnasium, Hangzhou, People’s Republic of China, on Oct. 19. ...

Khmer Times Staff

National Primary School Games 2023 attracts over 2,000 athletes

A total of 2,600 sports delegates, team leaders, and coaches from across Cambodia have been joining the National Primary School Games 2023. ...

Khmer Times Staff

SEA and Para Game medallists awarded $6.6m

Cambodia spent about $6.6 million to reward Cambodian medallists at the 32nd SEA Games and 12th ASEAN Para Games 2023, providing essential funds for awarded athletes to support their livelihoods and future training. ...

Chhorn Raksmey

Schools off during SEA and ASEAN Para Games

Students across the nation have been given 28 days off school during the 32nd SEA Games and 12th ASEAN Para Games, with the possibility to study online. ...

Yatt Malai

PATHMAZING to lead management and fundraising For SEA Games 2023

PATHMAZING Inc, a Cambodian company-led consortium, has been given full rights to provide Games Management system “GMS” and act as a one window service to raise funds for the Southeast East Asian Games 2023, which Cambodia is gearing up to host for the first time. ...

Prak Chan Thul

Phase two of stadium for 2023 SEA Games commences

On Tuesday, two more buildings in the series of buildings in the Morodok Techo National Sports Complex commenced construction at a groundbreaking ceremony presided over by Prime Minister Hun Sen. ...

Moeun Nhean

Ministry screening Rio athletes for Zika virus

Cambodian athletes are being screened for Zika after returning from the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, and health officials will monitor their health for two weeks in order to minimise any possible transmission, an official with the Ministry of Health said yesterday. ...

Yesenia Amaro

Olympic bid ends with Sorn Seavmey loss

Hopes of Cambodia’s first-ever Olympic medal crumbled on Saturday evening as taekwondo star Sorn Seavmey was comfortably beaten by Reshmie Oogink of the Netherlands. ...

Ouch Sony

PM urges athletes to prepare for 2023 SEA games

Prime Minister Hun Sen urged the Kingdom’s athletes to be well prepared for the 2023 SEA Games, which will be hosted by Cambodia, and to look for opportunities to promote the reputation of the country and its people. ...

Ven Rathavong

Prime minister inaugurates olympic pool in Kompong Cham

Prime Minister Hun Sen inaugurated Cambodia’s newest Olympic-size swimming pool in Kompong Cham province on Wednesday, a $1.5 million facility named after himself and marked as a venue for the 2023 South East Asian (SEA) Games. ...

Kuch Naren

In crowded capital, recreational bicycling gains in popularity

The use of bicycling to get around the crowded streets of Phnom Penh has become increasingly popular. Not only do people use bikes more often to get around the city, but on weekends, cyclists can be seen on the outskirts of town. ...

Ouch Nida

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