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May, 09 2014 08:10:43

Binh Thuan win 1,000m Dragon Boat dash

BINH THUAN (VNS) — Binh Thuan won the men's 1,000m event at The National Dragon Boat Race Championship which took place on the Con Son Lake of the Con Son-Kiep Bac Tourism Site in Chi Linh Commune yesterday.

Hai Duong and Can Tho were the runners-up at the event.

On the women's side, Can Tho took the lead, followed by Quang Tri and Kien Giang.

The Hai Duong Province event attracted more than 500 athletes across 14 delegations wanting to compete in the 18 events held for both men and women.

This is the second time the tournament has been held, as part of the National Sports Games. It was first organised in Ha Tien, Kien Giang Province.

The event will finish on May 11. — VNS



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