Nguyen Hoang Thien has reached his best ranking of 1,426 in the world according to the latest release of the Association of Tennis Professionals on December 12.
Firms that do not put profits above communities and promote sustainable development are now recognised by a new ranking announced by the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI) on November 8.
The latest ranking announced by Webometrics shows that many Vietnamese universities have fallen from their previous positions.
The national women’s football squad have jumped one step forward to No. 34 in the world ranking, according to FIFA’s latest release.
Vietnam’s Le Quang Liem has jumped to No 34 in the world in the FIDE’s May ranking.
Vietnamese chess grandmaster Le Quang Liem retained his ranking, in the world No 49 position, in the latest rankings in September, released by the International Chess Federation.
Vietnam are still holding the No 1 spot in the Southeast Asian Games, according to FIFA's June ranking release.
(VOV) - This is the second consecutive year central Danang City has led provinces and cities nationwide in the Vietnam Provincial Competitiveness Index 2014 (PCI 2014) ranking.
(VOV) -Vietnam is on the verge of receiving an automatic berth to compete in the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Champions League for the 2015-2016 season thanks to their new team ranking.
The Vietnam fencing team will compete in seven international tournaments this year.
(VOV) - The World Chess Federation (FIDE) recently announced Vietnamese No. 1 chess player Le Quang Liem has advanced one notch to 39th in the world’s rankings with an Elo of 2705.
(VOV) - Despite competing unsuccessfully in AFF Suzuki Cup 2012, Vietnam continues to take the leading position in the Southeast Asian region, announced the International Federation of Association Football (FIFA).
(VOV) - The national men’s football squad has advanced two positions to 138th in the latest November rankings of the International Federation of Association Football (FIFA).
Vietnam’s national football team has remained in the lead of Southeast Asian despite dropping two notches to 101st position in the FIFA January rankings.
Vietnam’s young tennis star, Nguyen Hoang Thien, leapt 54 notches to 67th position in the latest International Tennis Federation (ITF) junior world rankings announced early this week.