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Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism Nguyen Ngoc Thien bade farewell to the Vietnam contingent at a simple ceremony in Hanoi on August 8, as they headed for the 2017 Southeast Asian (SEA) Games. Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism Nguyen Ngoc Thien (right) gave the national flag to Tran Duc Phan, head of the Vietnam SEA Games delegation, at the sending-off ceremony on August 8 in Hanoi. ​ Thien, who is the President of the Vietnam Olympics Committee, said the SEA Games is one of the most important sporting events of the year for Vietnam. It is considered a chance to promote solidarity, friendship and understanding between countries in the region. It is also an opportunity for athletes to show off their talent and achievements. On behalf of the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, Thien appreciated the determination and great efforts of athletes, coaches and experts who overcame difficulties in training, and are now ready for the Games. He believed that the contingent would get the highest results and finish among the top teams at the Games, satisfying the admiration and trust of fans. Speaking at the ceremony, Tran Duc Phan, head of the Vietnam SEA Games delegation, said after a long time of practice and preparation, his athletes are confident to return from the SEA Games with many gold medals. “Hundreds of athletes have been summoned to different sports centres. They have been working hard and taking part in many intensive training courses locally and internationally with…... [read more]

Hanoi, August 9 (VNA) - Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism Nguyen Ngoc Thien bade farewell to the Vietnam contingent at a simple ceremony in Hanoi on August 8, as they headed for the 2017 Southeast Asian (SEA) Games.  Thien, who is the President of the Vietnam Olympics Committee, said the SEA Games is one of the most important sporting events of the year for Vietnam. It is considered a chance to promote solidarity, friendship and understanding between countries in the region. It is also an opportunity for athletes to show off their talent and achievements.  On behalf of the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, Thien appreciated the determination and great efforts of athletes, coaches and experts who overcame difficulties in training, and are now ready for the Games.  He believed that the contingent would get the highest results and finish among the top teams at the Games, satisfying the admiration and trust of fans.  Speaking at the ceremony, Tran Duc Phan, head of the Vietnam SEA Games delegation, said after a long time of practice and preparation, his athletes are confident to return from the SEA Games with many gold medals.  “Hundreds of athletes have been summoned to different sports centres. They have been working hard and taking part in many intensive training courses locally and internationally with a view to improve their skills. They receive good health care, nutrition and medicine which are very important to ensure their best physique. And…... [read more]

Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism Nguyen Ngoc Thien (right) gave the national flag to Tran Duc Phan, head of the Vietnam SEA Games delegation, at the sending-off ceremony on August 8 in Hanoi. ​(Photo: VNA) Hanoi (VNA) - Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism Nguyen Ngoc Thien bade farewell to the Vietnam contingent at a simple ceremony in Hanoi on August 8, as they headed for the 2017 Southeast Asian (SEA) Games. Thien, who is the President of the Vietnam Olympics Committee, said the SEA Games is one of the most important sporting events of the year for Vietnam. It is considered a chance to promote solidarity, friendship and understanding between countries in the region. It is also an opportunity for athletes to show off their talent and achievements. On behalf of the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, Thien appreciated the determination and great efforts of athletes, coaches and experts who overcame difficulties in training, and are now ready for the Games. He believed that the contingent would get the highest results and finish among the top teams at the Games, satisfying the admiration and trust of fans. Speaking at the ceremony, Tran Duc Phan, head of the Vietnam SEA Games delegation, said after a long time of practice and preparation, his athletes are confident to return from the SEA Games with many gold medals. “Hundreds of athletes have been summoned to different sports centres. They have been working hard…... [read more]

NDO –Over 5,000 people joined a walk at Nguyen Hue Walking Street in Ho Chi Minh City, on the morning of August 6, to support the launch and the participation of the Vietnamese sporting delegation at the 29th Southeast Asian (SEA) Games in Malaysia. The event was jointly held by the Vietnam Olympic Committee and the Ho Chi Minh City Department of Culture and Sports. Speaking at the event, Tran Duc Phan, Deputy General Director of the Vietnam Sport Administration and Chef-de-mission of the Vietnam sport delegation, said that the Vietnamese sporting delegation will compete at the 29th SEA Games, to be held in Kuala Lumpur from August 11 to September 1, and comprises of 681 of members, including 476 athletes. Vietnamese athletes will compete in 32 out of the 38 sports and have set a goal of winning at least 60 gold medals to rank third place, Phan added. In particular, the Vietnamese sporting delegation has 200 members from the South of the country who will compete in 14 out of the 38 sports and will strive to win 10 to 12 gold medals in athletics, swimming and gymnastics. In addition to the walk, the sporting delegation from the South also participated in a Taekwondo musical performance, artistic performances and other sporting activities. ... [read more]

At the signing ceremony (Source: thethaovietnam) Hanoi (VNA) - CMG.ASIA Group on August 4 signed a total sponsorship contract worth 1 billion VND to support the Vietnam sports in general and the Vietnam sport delegation participating in the 29th Southeast Asian (SEA) Games in Malaysia. Attending the signing ceremony were Tran Duc Phan, Deputy General Director of the Vietnam Sport Administration, Chef-de-mission of the Vietnam sport delegation; Van Manh, General Serectary of the Vietnam Olympic Committee; Randy Dobson, President of CMG.Asia (California Fitness & Yoga Centres); and leaders, officials and athletes competing in the SEA Games. Following the agreement with the Vietnam Olympic Committee, CMG.Asia will provide 1 billion VND for national athletes who will compete at the 29th SEA Games in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia from August 19 to 30. Apart from 500 million VND in cash, the donor will provide facilities as well as health care and nutrition services for athletes at all studios of CMG.ASIAnationwide. Speaking at the ceremony, Randy Dobson said: "As part of our corporate social responsibility and our mission to help inspire the people of Vietnam to make life better through fitness, CMG.ASIA is honoured to continue working with the Vietnam Olympic Committee to sponsor the Vietnam sports delegation at SEA Games 2017". In the coming time, together with being trained physically in CMG.ASIA centres, Vietnamese athletes will attend other courses on nutrition, solf skills and psychology in order to behave professionally with the public and media.-VNA... [read more]

NDO/VNA - CMG.ASIA Group, on August 4, signed a total sponsorship contract worth VND1 billion to support Vietnamese sports in general and the Vietnam sporting delegation participating in the 29th Southeast Asian (SEA) Games in Malaysia. Attending the signing ceremony were Tran Duc Phan, Deputy General Director of the Vietnam Sport Administration, Chef-de-mission of the Vietnam sport delegation; Van Manh, General Serectary of the Vietnam Olympic Committee; Randy Dobson, President of CMG.Asia (California Fitness & Yoga Centres); and leaders, officials and athletes competing in the SEA Games. Following their agreement with the Vietnam Olympic Committee, CMG.Asia will provide VND1 billion for the national athletes who will compete at the 29th SEA Games in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, from August 19 to 30. Apart from VND500 million in cash, the donor will provide facilities as well as health care and nutrition services for athletes at all studios of CMG.ASIA nationwide. Speaking at the ceremony, Randy Dobson said: "As part of our corporate social responsibility and our mission to help inspire the people of Vietnam to make life better through fitness, CMG.ASIA is honoured to continue working with the Vietnam Olympic Committee to sponsor the Vietnam sports delegation at SEA Games 2017". In the near future, combined with being trained physically in CMG.ASIA centres, Vietnamese athletes will attend other courses on nutrition, soft skills and psychology in order to behave professionally when dealing with the public and media. ... [read more]

Harrison presented a mascot and gifts related to the 2012 London Olympics to Le Hoang Bach Hai, who was born at 12.45am on January 1, weighing 2.3kg. He is the second son of Le Hoang and Tran Viet Nga, who work in the Department of Health. The presentation was one of the embassy's activities to promote the summer Olympics and special events which will be taken place in the UK this year, including the 60th anniversary of the coronation of the Queen. According to Harrisson, Hai was one of a new generation that would grow up loving culture and sports and who would be bridges connecting the UK and Vietnam. The gifts were offered to the first baby born this year in all countries which have a UK embassy. A flag raising ceremony for the London Games will be held on January 9 in Hanoi with the participation of the Vietnam Olympics Committee and athletes.... [read more]

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Education and Training, Nguyen Thien Nhan, said while receiving the OCA chairman, Sheikh Ahmad Al-Fahad Al-Sabah, who is Kuwait’s Minister of National Security, in Hanoi on June 24. The Deputy PM spoke highly of the close and effective co-operation between the Vietnam Olympic Committee and the OCA. He also said that the upcoming sporting event will offer Vietnam a good opportunity to promote Vietnam’s image and development of sports in the spirit of peace, friendship and solidarity. For his part, the OCA’s chairman praised Vietnam’s recent achievements in both regional and international events, affirming that the OCA is willing to assist Vietnam in the 3rd Asian Indoor Games. Thanks to its experiences in the SEA (Southeast Asia) Games 22 in 2003, Vietnam is confident of organising the event successfully, he added.... [read more]

The OCA President briefed Mr Hung on the result of his working session with the Vietnam Olympic Committee and said that the Kuwaiti government wants to promote cooperation with Vietnam not only in politics but also in other areas such as economics, social affairs and sports. For his part, Mr Hung thanked Kuwait for providing its support to Vietnam in recent times and expressed his belief that bilateral relations between Vietnam and Kuwait will continue to grow stronger in future. He said that as Asia is developing dynamically, regional economies should unite to promote their combined role in the world, including in the arena of sports. Vietnam will do its utmost to contribute to the advancement of sports in Asia, said Mr Hung. The Deputy PM confirmed that Vietnam attaches great importance to developing cooperative ties with countries in the Middle East, including Kuwait. Recent reciprocal visits by their government leaders and senior officials have helped open up new prospects for cooperation between Vietnam and other Mid-east countries.... [read more]

At the reception for Al-Sabah—who is also the incumbent Association of National Olympic Committees (ANOC) President—Nhan thanked him for helping Vietnam’s Olympic movement development drive. Al-Sabah’s organisation has donated to the annual expenses of the Vietnam Olympic Committee, to the costs of athlete and coach training, and to equipment purchases. The OCA also backed Vietnam’s campaigns for the right to host the 5th Asian Beach Games (ABG 5) in Nha Trang and 2019’s 18th Asian Games (ASIAD) in Hanoi. Vietnam has committed to ensuring these major sporting events accord with OCA regulations and promised national infrastructure can support the successful organisation of ASIAD18. The OCA President said he hopes that the thorough preparation will assist Vietnam in meeting all hosting responsibilities demanded by such a big regional sports event. In his meeting with Professor Boyer, Deputy PM Nhan expressed his delight at the expansion of Vietnam’s bilateral cooperation with Austria in various fields: politics, diplomacy, economics, trade, investment, culture, and education Austrian President Heinz Fischer’s Vietnam visit in 2012 provided fresh inspiration for both countries to make sure their relationship flourishes and grows. Educational cooperation plays a particularly important role in Vietnamese-Austrian relations, and Krems is a focal point for that interaction. Last year, Krems University signed a cooperation agreement with the Hanoi National University and the HCM City National University. It also coordinated with Hue University to provide training for the institution’s tourism administration master’s degree. Nhan said he hopes Krems will continue to expand its network of connections…... [read more]




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