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Cambodian Boxing sets new targets after Vietnam games

Publication date 26 May 2022 | 20:16 | ICT

Officials from the Cambodia Boxing Federation (CBF) on May 25 considered the one silver and three bronze medals they recently brought home from the 31st SEA Games in Vietnam as a success, in line with the goals set by the federation.



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