Vietnamese athletes won nine gold, eight silver and two bronze medals at the Asian Bodybuilding and Physique Sports Championships 2019 which concluded in Batam, Indonesia, on October 3.
VOV.VN -Herbalife has been announced as the main official nutrition sponsor for Vietnamese athletes competing at the 2019 SEA Games and 2020 ASEAN Para Games.
VOV.VN -The Vietnamese athletics team has ranked in first place at the ongoing 19th ASEAN University Games after earning a total of 17 medals.
Vietnamese athletes secured four more medals on October 11, the fifth day of the ongoing 2018 Asian Para Games in Indonesia.
The Vietnamese athletes participating in the Summer Youth Olympic Games (YOG) arrived in Buenos Aires, Argentina on October 3 to a warm welcome from organisers and volunteers.
The Vietnamese delegation arrived in Jakarta, Indonesia on October 1 to compete in the third Asian Para Games scheduled for October 6-14.
Vietnam got two more medals on the second day of the ongoing Asian Games (ASIAD) 2018 in Indonesia, raising the country’s total medals to four but it still dropped to the 16th place in the medal tally as of 22:00 on August 20.
Vietnam secured 14 gold medals on the first day of the Ho Chi Minh City International Track & Field – Vietnam Open 2018.
VOV.VN - The Binh Duong Television Cycling Tournament - Hoa Sen Plastic Pipe Cup - will be contested from May 24-30.
A delegation of 142 Vietnamese athletes with disabilities left Ho Chi Minh City on September 11 for the ninth ASEAN Paralympic Games in Malaysia in the next days.
VOV.VN - Fourteen-year-old Doan Xuan Khue Minh is the youngest of 471 Vietnamese athletes who qualified for SEA Games 29.
VOV.VN - Nearly 500 athletes took part in a sending-off ceremony in Hanoi on August 8, before heading off to the 2017 Southeast Asian Games (SEA Games) in Malaysia.
Two Vietnamese athletes booked their berths in the May 11 semi-finals of the ongoing International Federation of Muaythai Amateur World Championships in Minsk, Belarus.
VOV.VN -Vietnamese athletes secured three medals – one gold and two silver – at the second leg of the of the Asian Grand Prix Series in Jianhua, China yesterday (Apr. 27).
Vietnam will have representatives in the main round of the singles and doubles events of the Badminton Asia Championship, which will start today in Wuhan, China.
Vietnam is targeting between 49 and 62 gold medals at the upcoming 29th Southeast Asian Games (SEA Games 29), which will take place in Malaysia from August 19 to 31.
Five Vietnamese athletes will take part in the SK Telecom Fencing Grand Prix men’s and women’s sabre in Seoul, the Republic of Korea from March 31-April 1.
Vietnam will take part in the Asian Winter Games in Sapporo and Obihiro, Japan, in February.
The Vietnamese team topped at the Southeast Asian Age Group Swimming Championship which took place from December 9 – 11 in Thailand, said Vietnam Aquatic Sports Association on December 12.
Vietnam topped the Southeast Asian Fencing Federation Championships, which closed in Singapore on September 6.