The Vietnamese fencing team has no time to rest after the 31st SEA Games, as they get ready for a jet-set month of competitions around the world.
A study carried out a few years ago by researchers at Ohio State University and the University of Alabama in the US came to the conclusion that when a particular sporting team wins, fans experienced a high that lasted at least two days.
The SEA Games 31 has been well organised and the delegations all had a successful event despite many difficulties.
Fencers from Singapore won gold medal after beating the Philippines 33-28 in the women’s foil team final on May 17.
Athletes from Việt Nam and Philippines win golds in the second day of the fencing sport in the SEA Games 31 in Hà Nội on May 14.
The preparation is all but done. Việt Nam is ready for a safe and successful Southeast Asian Games (SEA Games 31) and expects to join hands to build a stronger Southeast Asia through this iconic sporting event.
The 31st Southeast Asian (SEA) Games will be the most special regional meet in Vũ Thành An’s career. The ASEAN No 1 fencer will carry the national flag for Team Việt Nam and is targeting two gold medals.
Việt Nam's fencers are going for gold in a big way at the SEA Games, aiming for three top medals overall.
Reigning fencing champion Vũ Thành An will fly the flag for Việt Nam at the SEA Games while Olympic gold medallist Hoàng Xuân Vinh will light the cauldron in Hà Nội on May 12.
Việt Nam Olympic Committee Vice President Hoàng Vĩnh Giang died on Saturday. He was 75-years-old.
For weeks, track and field athlete Khuất Phương Anh has been training in the Hà Nội-based National Sports Training Centre, without being allowed out.
The Việt Nam Sports Administration has confirmed the first COVID-19 case concerning a Vietnamese athlete, Tien Phong reports.
The fencers are aiming for one or two slots at the event, half of the figure of previous Games. However, even that may be a tall order.