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Most of Cambodia’s SEA Games Competitions Will Take Place in Phnom Penh

April 5, 2023 Asia Sports

The majority of the 32nd Southeast Asian (SEA) Games events will take place in Phnom Penh, the capital of Cambodia, from May 5 to 16.

Competition venues in Phnom Penh are:
-Morodok Techno National Sports Complex (athletics – track and field; aquatics – diving, swimming and fin swimming; badminton; 5×5 and 3×3 basketball; field hockey; lawn and table tennis; and indoor volleyball)
-National Olympic Stadium (billiards, kickboxing, Kun Khmer, petanque, soft tennis, water polo, taekwondo, and weightlifting)
-Chroy Changvar International Convention and Exhibition Centre (arnis, boxing, fencing, jujitsu, judo, karate, Kun Bokator, vovinam, obstacle race, pencak silat, wrestling, and wushu)
-AZ Group Cricket Oval (cricket), Nagaworld 2 (e-sports),
-Olympic Marquee (dance sports, aerobic and artistic gymnastics)
-Garden City Golf Club (golf), Rong Roeung Hall (floorball and indoor hockey)
-NSTC Basketball Hall (sepak takraw),
-Federation of Youth Hall (teqball)
-Royal University of Phnom Penh (chess – Ok Chaktrong and Xiangqi)

The Morodok Techno National Stadium, Olympic Stadium, Prince Stadium, RSN Stadium, and Army Stadium in Phnom Penh will all host football games.

Additional locations include: Kep (traditional boat race), Kampot (beach volleyball, jet ski, and sailing), Sihanoukville (road race, mountain bike), and Siem Reap (athletics – 20-km walk, marathon, and cycling) (triathlon, aquathlon and duathlon).

Between two and six hours will be needed to get from Phnom Penh to Siem Reap, Sihanoukville, Kep, and Kampot.

The Morodok Techno National Stadium, which can accommodate 60,000 spectators, will host both the opening and closing ceremonies.

Prior to the May 5 opening ceremony, competition will begin in ten sports.

Football will start on April 29. Indoor hockey, sailing, cricket (T50/T10), chess (Ok Chaktrong), jujitsu, obstacle, indoor volleyball, and Kun Bokator will then follow on May 1, May 2, and May 3, respectively.

In comparison to the 656 athletes who competed in 38 sports in the 2022 Vietnam edition, when the Philippines came fourth with 226 medals, 840 competitors will represent the Philippines in Cambodia (52-70-104 gold-silver-bronze tally).

The 2019 Manila SEA Games featured 56 sports and 1,119 Filipino competitors.

On April 15, at the Philippine International Convention Center in Pasay City, Team Philippines will conduct a formal send-off ceremony under the direction of chef de mission Chito Loyzaga and deputies Paolo Tancontian and Leonora Escollante.

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