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March, 20 2014 14:00:00

Ha Long tournament gets recognition

The Ha Long tournament is scheduled to be held from April 25 to 27 in Ha Long City, Quang Ninh Province.— Photo baoquangninh

HA NOI (VNS) — The Asian Volleyball Confederation has recognised the Tuan Chau-Ha Long Women's Beach Volleyball Open as one of their official competitions this year.

The Confederation will organise 13 events in different countries. The Ha Long tournament is scheduled to be held from April 25 to 27 in Ha Long City, Quang Ninh Province.

Being organised since 2005, the competition has attracted many foreign teams over the last nine years and has established its reputation in the region.

Last year, 12 teams participated in the Vietnamese event and China 1 won the tournament. – VNS

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