Cambodian Official Wishes Beijing Winter Olympics Success

PHNOM PENH, Jan 24 (NNN-AKP) – A senior sports official and ordinary people in Cambodia, yesterday, voiced their full support for the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics, expressing their confidence that the Games will be a great success. Speaking while visiting a photo exhibition on the Beijing Winter Olympics, National Olympic Committee of Cambodia (NOCC) secretary-general, […]

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Philippines Hopes To Inspire Youth To Winter Sports Via Beijing 2022

MANILA– Philippine Alpine skier, Asa Miller, 21, the only winter athlete from the country to compete in the upcoming Beijing Winter Olympics, hopes to inspire young Filipinos to join winter sports.   “I hope my journey serves as an inspiration for other people to want to represent the Philippines on the world stage,” Miller said […]

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Speed Skater Aspires To Pioneer Youth Sports In Turkey Via Beijing Winter Olympics

ISTANBUL– “I couldn’t help but cry for a while,” Furkan Akar, a 19-year-old Turkish athlete, talked about his feelings, when he finally earned his qualification to represent his country in the upcoming Beijing Winter Olympics.   “A miracle happened … I had one last race left, one last hope. We set the tactics with my […]

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Singapore Sports Community Says Beijing Winter Olympics Will Be A Great Success

SINGAPORE, Representatives from Singapore sports community, expressed best wishes here yesterday, that, the upcoming Beijing Winter Olympics will be a great success. Ellen Lee Geck Hoon, President of Singapore Table Tennis Association and a former Member of Parliament, said, she was very impressed with the 2008 Beijing Summer Olympics and she congratulated Beijing on becoming […]

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Malaysia Keen To Host 2027 SEA Games

KUALA LUMPUR— Malaysia has expressed an interest in hosting the 34th SEA Games in 2027, said Olympic Council of Malaysia (OCM) president Mohamad Norza Zakaria.   He said this was after the Southeast Asian Games Federation (SEAGF) contacted OCM regarding the possibility of hosting the Games following the withdrawal of Brunei, which was supposed to […]

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Djokovic Detention Draws Focus to Australia’s Asylum-Seekers

Novak Djokovic spent a fourth day on Sunday among the unwilling occupants of Melbourne’s Park Hotel.   The tennis superstar is awaiting court proceedings on Monday that will determine whether he can defend his Australian Open title or whether he will be deported – and the world has shown keen interest in his temporary accommodation. […]

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