Winning the country's only ever badminton gold at the SEA Games will not only be a remarkable achievement but also fulfill a promise she made to her late grandfather, a man who always encouraged her to follow her dreams.
The Vietnamese national swimming team will leave for Hungary on November 1 to train for the 31st Southeast Asian (SEA) Games and 19th Asian Games (ASIAD).
An online meeting with the participating countries will take place on October 18 to know the number of athletes and members expected to attend the region's biggest sporting event.
Whatever happens, with more than 150 medals from domestic and international competitions, Viên is still one of the greatest athletes in Việt Nam's history.
Sẳm Minh Phát has finally found his passion and dream in life. The rising star will compete for an international title at the WBO Oriental Title Match in South Korea in October and hopes to be first Vietnamese boxer to be a world champion
Young, talented and determined, Lê Đức Phát is tipped to be a badminton star in the near future. He hopes he will take his first steps to success at the 31st Southeast Asian Games in Việt Nam.
Việt Nam Olympic Committee Vice President Hoàng Vĩnh Giang died on Saturday. He was 75-years-old.