- Bản in : First international Vietnamese martial arts championship opens
- National Traditional Martial Arts Championships kick off
- 9 delegations took part in Dong Nai Traditional Martial Arts Championship 2009
- Ho Chi Minh City tops national youth traditional martial arts championship
- Vietnam-Korea traditional martial arts exchange opens in Hanoi
PANO – Army Corps 4, the Vietnam Traditional Martial Arts Federation and the Military Martial Arts Federation opened the National Traditional Martial Arts Championship 2013 at the corps’ sporting hall on the evening of July 19th.
The eight-day tourney attracts 222 athletes from 27 teams of 21 cities and provinces nationwide, including three teams from Military Zone 5, Military Zone 7 and Army Corps 4.
Athletes will compete for 35 sets of medals for the men’s and women’s close combat and quan fighting.
The tournament is a good chance to improve athletes’ skills and assess training in localities.
In the first day of the competition, the organizing panel presented 5 sets of medals to athletes in quan fighting.
Translated by Chung Anh
On February 27 evening, at Nam Ha Theater, 2009 Traditional Martial Arts Championship of Bien Hoa City closed after four days of competition (from February 24-27) Artists in the final round This championship has attracted the participation of 109 players from 14 gymnasia in Bien Hoa City, who competing in thirty six contents. There were seven contests in the final round. In the end, the organization board awarded 4 gold medals, 4 silver ones and 3 bronze ones to high-ranked athletes. According to the organization board's assessment, this year's championship displays a distinct advancement in quality and organizational methods, which…... [read more]
The first traditional martial art championship began on September 16, attracting nearly 140 athletes from 10 provinces and cities in the Mekong Delta region. They are competing for 45 medals, including 27 for performance events and 18 for combat events. The event, which will last until September 18, hopes to select the best athletes for the nation's martial art team./. Source VOV ... [read more]
After three days of competition, on June 29 evening, Dong Nai Traditional Martial Arts Championship 2009 ended at the Provincial Sport Center. Mr. Truong Van Thong, Deputy Director of the Sport Center and Head of the Organization Board, was offering flags to high-ranked units This year's competition has attracted 215 athletes from 9 delegations in the province, competing in such contents as boxing and opposition. With its effort and remarkable techniques, Vinh Cuu delegation won the first prize (including 25 golds, 6 silvers, 3 bronzes). The second-ranked one is Long Thanh delegation (15 golds, 8 silvers, 3 bronzes). Trang Bom…... [read more]
PANO - The Vietnam People’s Army (VPA) Traditional Martial Arts Tournament Open started in the evening of December 8th at National Defence 3 Center for Physical Training and Sports of Military Zone 5 in the presence of Lieutenant-General Nguyen Quoc Khanh, Deputy Chief of the General Staff of VPA, President of the Army Martial Arts Federation. The 4-day tourney draws the participation of nearly 130 practitioners and instructors from 11 civilian and military units across the country.. Competitors will compete in resistance event (18 weight classes for men and women) and quan’s performance. The tournament ending on December 12th is…... [read more]
(VOV) - Nearly 300 athletes from 30 provinces and cities across the country are taking part in the 2012 National Traditional Martial Arts (Vovinam) Championship, which officially opened in the central city of Hue on August 25. Int'l Vovinam Festival opens With pride and love of marital arts The week-long event, the 22nd of its kind, is co-organized by the Vietnam Traditional Martial Arts Federation and the Thua Thien-Hue provincial Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism as part of the 2012 National Tourism Year in the central coastal region. The martial artists are divided into various weight categories and will…... [read more]
The first world championship of traditional Vietnamese martial arts was officially opened at Phu Tho Sport Stadium in Ho Chi Minh City last night. 50 martial arts delegation from 27 countries and territories worldwide such as France, Germany, Spain, Australia, Iran, Myanmar, Laos, Cambodia and others participated in the sport event. As schedule, they will play for 52 medals in the five competitive categories of individual antagonist, team antagonist, compulsory and self- selected performance, Tai Chi performance Many competitive categories at this year's event are expected to be more attractive than the first int'l Vietnamese martial arts event in 2015,…... [read more]
(VOVworld) - The Thang Long Cup, Vietnam’s first international traditional martial arts championship, opened on Sunday at the My Dinh Indoor Athletics Gymnasium in Hanoi. Thang Long Cup, the largest-ever event of its kind, brought together 50 teams from 29 countries, competing in different events. Hoang Vinh Giang, Vice Chairman of the Asian Olympic Committee and Chairman of Vietnam’s Traditional Martial Art Federation, said martial arts is a traditional cultural heritage of Vietnam which was born, existed and developed with Vietnam’s struggle for national defense. Vietnam hopes to introduce its martial arts to the world at this tournament.... [read more]
Vietnam's 18th Traditional Martial Arts tournament officially opened at the Quy Nhon sports event hall in south central Binh Dinh province at 3pm on July 28, with the participation of 400 athletes and trainers coming from all over the country. The competitors of 29 teams from Bac Kan, Lang Son, Ha Noi, Ha Tay, Da Nang, Quang Nam, Quang Ngai, Binh Dinh, nearby Central Highland provinces, Ho Chi Minh City, Can Tho and Soc Trang will compete in team and combat events of 12 different categories. According to Le Van Minh, deputy director of the Binh Dinh Department of Culture,…... [read more]
The Hanoitimes - A ceremony to kick off the first international Vietnamese traditional martial arts championship - Thang Long Cup, was held at the My Dinh Indoor Athletics Gymnasium in Hanoi on August 9. The championship was jointly organised by the Vietnam Olympic Committee; the Hanoi Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism; and the Vietnam Traditional Martial Art Federation through August 11. Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam beat the drum to open the championship. The event, the largest-ever of its kind, was participated by Vietnamese team and 29 international teams. Addressing the opening ceremony, Vice President of the Olympic…... [read more]
The 5th international festival of Vietnamese traditional martial arts was opened in Binh Dinh Province's Quy Nhon City on August 1. Ministry of Culture, Sport and Tourism. A series of cultural activities , such as art perfromances, the Championship of the 5th International Festival of Vietnamese Traditional Martial Arts 2014; the Contest of Miss Traditional Martial Arts; street festival and others will also be held during the event. One of the highlights is a seminar on preserving and promoting Vietnamese Traditional Martial Arts with attendance of 400 participants from 40 local and interantional traditional martial arts groups, said organizers.... [read more]