Vu Thanh An is the only Vietnamese athlete at the Men’s Sabre Fencing World Cup which will be held in Poland on February 21 and 22.
VOV.VN - A number of athletes representing Vietnam at the 30th Southeast Asian (SEA) Games 2019 were able to secure more than one gold medal for the sporting delegation at the competition which concluded in the Philippines on December 11. Here are some of the most prominent athletes to enjoy multiple gold medal wins:
VOV.VN - Pham Quoc Khanh, a Vietnamese wushu martial artist, secured the first gold medal of the third day of the ongoing 30th Southeast Asian Games (SEA Games 30) in the Philippines on December 3.
Fencer Vu Thanh An won a gold medal in the men's sabre individual after defeating his Thai rival at the ongoing SEA Games 29 in Malaysia on August 21.
Hanoi athletes win up to 30% of Vietnam’s gold medals at international events, and they are expected to do the same in the upcoming Southeast Asian Games (SEA Games).
Vietnam will compete at the Asian Fencing Championships, which will kick off in Hong Kong on June 15.
Fencing star Vu Thanh An will carry the Vietnamese flag at the opening ceremony of the Rio Olympic Games on August 5, the Vietnam Olympic Committee has said.
VOV.VN - The International Fencing Federation (FIE) unveiled on June 13 that fencer Do Thi Anh from Hanoi has qualified for a berth at the Rio 2016 Summer lympics, set for August this year in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
VOV.VN - Vietnam Fencer Vu Thanh An won a bronze medal in the men’s sabre event on April 15 at the Asian Fencing Championships ongoing in Wuxi, China.
Vietnam pocketed two Olympic slots in fencing during Asia-Pacific zonal qualification matches in China on April 11.
Vietnamese fencers Vu Thanh An and Nguyen Thi Le Dung have added three more points each via the Fencing Grand Prix Sabre in the Republic of Korea.
Leading Vietnamese fencers Vu Thanh An and Nguyen Thi Le Dung are in the Republic of Korea for the Fencing Grand Prix Sabre.
Vietnamese fencer Vu Thanh An won a gold medal on Seprtember 8 at the 2015 Asian U23 Fencing Championships in Ulaan Batar, Mongolia.
Fencer Nguyen Tien Nhat claimed Vietnam’s first gold medal at the 28th Southeast Asian Games in Singapore on June 3.