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March, 11 2014 09:20:00

City hosts traditional martial arts tourney

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HCM City (VNS)  — A traditional martial arts and boxing Let's Viet Championship for outstanding national athletes is scheduled to take place in HCM City.

According to the organising board, the boxing event will take place from April 12 to September 20, with the martial arts event due to kick off from April 19 to September 27.

There are six weight categories for men and four for women in the boxing discipline. In the traditional martial arts category, men will compete in eight weight divisions, while women face off in two weight divisions.

The competitions will take place on Saturday each week.

The winner of each category will receive cash prize of VND25 million (US$1,200) and will be selected to compete at international tournaments.— VNS


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