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S Korean experts train Vietnamese archers

Update: December, 08/2017 - 09:00
Taking aim: A Korean senior archer guides a member of the team during a training session in Hà Nội. Six members of the 1996 Olympics Atlanta silver medalists are conducting a four-day training session with Việt Nam Archery team. — VNS Photo Cao Bá Lâm
Viet Nam News

QUẢNG NGÃI — Six South Korean archers of the Doosan team that won the silver medal in the 1996 Atlanta Olympics are training members of the Vietnamese national archery team in Hà Nội.

The training, which began on Monday, is part of the national team’s preparation for international competitions. It is expected that it will help Vietnamese archers pick skills and develop mental toughness for tough competitions ahead.

The training session, which closes this weekend, is part of a six-year co-operation programme signed in 2013 by Doosan Vina and the National Sports Administration.

The agreement provides financial assistance, equipment, skill and technical training for Vietnamese archers.

The six-member Doosan Korea team, founded in 1994, has won several awards in international meets, including a silver medal at the Olympics in Atlanta.

The Vietnamese archers will also undergo training courses in South Korea under the sponsorship by Doosan Vina, a heavy industrial complex, through 2019.

Doosan had donated four sets of hi-tech bows worth US$9,500 to Vietnamese archers in 2014. — VNS

 

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