Vietnam has kicked off a 15-year project to turn the nation into a regional sporting powerhouse.
The PyeongChang Winter Paralympic Games was kicked off in the Republic of Korea alpine town of PyeongChang in a vibrant opening ceremony on March 9.
Athletes from Ho Chi Minh City topped the 18th national sports tournament for the disabled, which concluded in the city on June 19.
Shooter Hoang Xuan Vinh and powerlifter Le Van Cong received a hero’s welcome home from fans and words of praise from the public after making history as Vietnam’s first Olympic and Paralympic gold medalists, respectively.1``
The ASEAN Secretariat hosted on November 30 a tribute and recognition ceremony for ASEAN athletes who competed at the Rio 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
With two world-class athletes on board, the Vietnamese delegation to the 2016 Summer Paralympic Games has high hopes to claim its first-ever medal in the event, set to commence next week in Rio.
VOV.VN - Team Vietnam athletes and coaches are gearing up for the excitement of the Rio 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games at the National Sports Training Center in Hanoi by declaring “We Love Rio” and training hard.
More than 1,000 athletes from all over Vietnam will compete at the national Paralympic Games that will take place from July 8-14 in HCM City, according to the Vietnam Paralympic Association (VPA).
Disabled swimmer Vo Thanh Tung has won a bronze medal at the 2015 IPC Swimming World Championships in Glasgow, Scotland.
The four-member Vietnamese swimming team with disabilities is ready for the 2015 IPC Swimming World Championships in Glasgow, Scotland, from July 13-19.
Rugby players from Hanoi, Bangkok and Laos will join the London 2013 Olympic Legacy International Friendship Rugby Tournament at Hanoi’s Hang Day Stadium on September 7.
The London Olympics 2012 Host Country Flag was hoisted in Hanoi on Jan. 9by British Ambassador Antony Stokes and Vietnamese Vice Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism Ho Anh Tuan.