Cambodia earned eight more gold medals – four in Kickboxing, two in Wrestling, one in Cricket, and one in Arnis – at the 32nd SEA Games on May 16, the last day of competitions.
The four gold medals in Kickboxing were won by Mr. Lorn Panha, Mr. Rin Davit, Mr. Sainy Sainet, and Mr. Chhoeun Lvay in different weight categories.
Wrestling athlete Mr. Mo Sari clinched his second gold medal in Men’s Freestyle 97kg after winning 5-0 over his Lao opponent Mr. Asien Theppasouvanh. Moreover, another wrestling athlete, Mr. Heng Vuthy beat his Vietnamese rival Mr. Van Truong Tran 3-0 in Men’s Freestyle 86kg.
For Cricket, Cambodian team defeated their Malaysian counterparts in Men’s T10 event while Ms. La Bunmary, Troeung Phalin and Lim Lihuoy got the gold medal in Women’s Team Anyo Non-Traditional Open Weapon.
This morning, Cambodia also gained a gold medal for Traditional Boat Race in Men's 5 Crew (U24) 800m event, and another one by Ski Rider Mr. Saly Ou Moeut in Ski GP event.
Cambodia’s gold medal record now reached 81, including 14 in Kun Khmer, 10 in Vovinam, 8 in Kun Bokator, 6 in Kickboxing, 5 in Wresting, 4 in Chinlone, 3 in Jiu-Jitsu, 3 in E-sports, 3 in Cricket, 2 in Soft Tennis, 2 in Triathlon, 2 in Pencak Silat, 2 in Billiard, 2 in Fin Swimming, 2 in Taekwondo, 2 in Traditional Boat Race, 2 in Arnis, 1 in Ouk Chaktrang (Chess), 1 in Basketball, 1 in Karate, 1 in Wushu, 1 in Badminton, 1 in Athletics, 1 in Judo, 1 in Boxing, and 1 in Jet Ski.
Source: Agence Kampuchea Presse