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30 November 2010 :: 19:11:59 pm 46904

Proud School Parade For Asian Games Competitors

Sinkhsamut School’s teachers and students held a welcome parade for 6 students who had competed in the recent Asian games. One student had won a gold medal for sailing.
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Sattahip, 29 November 2010 (PDN): A welcome parade took place at the Sinkhsamut School for Miss Nopphakao Phunphat (Nong Nine), a grade 10 student who won a golden medal for Female Optimist Sailing in the 16th Asian Games, together with 5 other students who had taken part in the Sailing and Taekwondo competitions.

Attending the parade were school director Mr. Prasit Luengthong together with teachers and students. Mr. Prasit made a congratulatory speech praising the six athletes for bringing pride to Sinkhsamut School and to Thailand at the 16th Asian Games in Guangzhou, China.

Apart from Miss Phattheera Meeyusamsen, the honoured students were Miss Phattheera Meeyusamsen (Sailing 420 player), Miss Naritsara Yusawat (Sailing 420 Player), Mr. Athiwat Chomthongdee (Sailing 420 Player), Master Thotsaphon Mahawichian (Male Optimist Sailing Player) and Miss Rangsiya Nisaisom (Taekwondo player).

The director said it was a great honour for the school when Miss Phunphat won her gold medal and encouraged the other 5 students to persevere and practice hard for future events. The school, for its part, would be doing everything to support the students and help them reach their goal.

Miss Phunphat revealed that she was so proud about her success, and knew how much it meant for the reputation of Thailand and the country’s sailing sports. She thanked the Yacht Racing Association of Thailand (YRAT), Sinkhsamut School, and parents who had been supporting and taking care of her. But now, she had to start preparing for the next international competition in Spain on 3 December 2010.

Miss Phunpat explained that she became involved in sailing sports following in the footsteps of her sister. Her proudest moments were competing in the World Championship in Brazil and the Asian games in China and she hoped to improve her skills and continue competing on the international stage.
As for her education, Miss Phunphat said that after High school, she would like to study in the Naval Hospital School in Bangkok like her sister. In addition Miss Phunphan suggested more Thai students should take up sailing sport, and develop their skills to be the national sportsmen of tomorrow, bringing honour to their families and the Yacht Racing Association of Thailand (YRAT).

Reporter : Nattaphummint   Photo : Nattaphummint   Category : Sports News

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