Kun Bokator athlete secures first SEA Games-32 gold medal for Laos

05/05/2023 12:00
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KPL (KPL) Mr Kong-ngeun Inthisan has won a gold medal, the first of its kind for Lao athletes in the 32nd SEA Games hosted in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

 

(KPL) Mr Kong-ngeun Inthisan has won a gold medal, the first of its kind for Lao athletes in the 32nd SEA Games hosted in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

Kong-ngeun grabbed the medal in the men’s singles bare han category.

Mr Kong-ngeun Inthisan

The 32nd SEA Games will be officially opened today and last till May 18, 2023.

As of May 2, Lao athletes have won four medals in the biggest sport event of the South East Asia region including one gold and three bronze medals. Other three medalists include Mr Anousone  Vannalath, Mr Alongkhone, and Ms Somvan Thaniseng. All are Kun Bokator players.

Kun Lbokator, or Kun Bokator is a martial art dating back to the Angkorian period (9th to 15th century) that uses self-defense techniques and a philosophy of nonviolence to improve the strength and discipline of athletes and practitioners, according to UNESCO.

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