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April, 14 2014 08:13:00

VN to compete at Youth Olympics

HA NOI (VNS) — Beach volleyball athletes Nguyen Thi Thu Van and Phan Thi Bich Vi of Viet Nam have qualified to compete at the upcoming Youth Olympics in China.

The duo took part in a qualification tournament held in Khanom, Thailand last week and grabbed their berth alongside teams from Australia and Chinese Taipei.

Viet Nam now have six teams competing in the Nanjing event that will be held from August 16-28. The other sports in which the country has qualified are taekwondo, rowing and weightlifting. — VNS



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