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16 August 2009 :: 01:08:03 am 6662

Thai Bodybuilders Win More Gold Medals In Championship

Pattaya, August 16,[PDN]: Thai army athletes win more gold medals in the Asian Bodybuilding Championships on the second and third days of the competition.
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In Pattaya yesterday, 14th August 2009, the second day of the Asian Bodybuilding Championships, which was held in Chonburi Alungkarn Theater, saw Thai competitors picking up two gold medals with seven on the third day of the competition. The competition was held between the dates of 11th-16th August 2009.

After the first race, all 6 gold medals that were on offer, went to the Thai army competitors who won 2, the first going to a young male, Nong Day” Kittisak Wootikarn Chonburi Alungkarn, weighing 75kg, from Chiang Mai.

Today’s competition, 14th August offered 11 gold medals, which were picked up by26th Women Bodybuilder for over 49 kg went to Ms. Nongyao Koseenam, the second gold going to Ms Jarunya Doungkum.

The Eleventh Women Fitness catergory with a height of 160cm or more, went to Ms Apiporn Chonsomboon with a height of 164cm. The gold medal, going to Ms. Roongtawan Jindasinge.

The male fitness contestant Wunchai Karnjana Pimai claimed the gold for this category and is over 170cm tall. The 6th type of Women Body Fitness height approximately 164 cm , the gold metal went to Ms. Roong tawan Jinda Sing.

 

The environment of the competition was held by Mr. Osama Alsafa, President of the Asain Bodybuilding and fitness and all the coaches, with over 300 people from 30 countries standing quietly for a period of one minute, to commemorate the sudden death of Mr Nizar Handan, the 54 year old coach of bodybuilding, who passed away in the early hours of this morning .

Reporter : Jirrawat   Photo : Jirrawat   Category : Sports News

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