Gold mine” Pencak Silat bountiful on the match day of May 16, completing the target set out before the 31st SEA Games
May 16 continues to mark the successful day of Pencak Silat Vietnam at SEA Games 31. In the contents of the final competition, the Vietnamese sports delegation won 5 gold medals.
Quang Thi Nghia is the one who opened the “golden day” Pencak Silat. The Thai ethnic girl overcame her opponent in the final of the 70-75kg weight class and excellently won the gold medal.
At noon on May 16, in the final match of the men’s 65kg weightlifting event between Nguyen Trung Phuong Nam and Adilan Chemaeng (Thailand), although the score was tied 50-50, it was a pity for Vietnamese boxers when was adjudged to lose because the referees deducted 1 fair-play point and had to accept the silver medal.
Next, boxer Tran Dinh Nam showed his superior level when he had a 42-14 victory over boxer Abdul Raazaq Abdul Rashid Bin (Singapore) to win the gold medal in the men’s 70-75kg weight category. Notably, this is the first time a boxer born in 1992 won a gold medal at the SEA Games after being miserably lost at the 2015-2017 SEA Games, even though he was even a world champion. world and won the ASIAD championship in his weight class.
As if inspired by his colleagues, boxer Le Van Toan also won a gold medal for the Vietnam Sports Delegation when he defeated his Malaysian opponent in the final of the men’s 110kg weight class.
Nguyen Tan Sang won the gold medal in the men’s 75-80kg weight category after Singaporean boxer Sheik Ferdous Bin Sheik Alau’ddin dropped out in the final to bring home the fourth gold medal of Pencak Silat Vietnam in the event. May 16 afternoon.
Nguyen Duy Tuyen won the 5th gold medal for the Vietnam Sports Delegation on the last day of Pencak Silat when he defeated Ronaldo Neno (Indonesia) in the final of the men’s 80-85kg weight class.
Thus, Pencak Silat Vietnam won a total of 6 Gold Medals at the 31st SEA Games and fulfilled the target set out before this year’s Games.
Some impressive pictures of Pencak Silat on May 16 competition day:
In the morning of May 16, Pencak Silat Vietnam had the first Gold medal of the day by Quang Thi Thu Nghia in the women’s 70-75kg event.
Quang Thi Thu Nghia is a girl from Thai ethnic group. This is the 70th Gold Medal of the Vietnamese sports delegation at the 31st SEA Games.
This afternoon (May 16), the earliest match was the final match of the men’s 65kg weight class confrontation between Nguyen Trung Phuong Nam and Adilan Chemaeng (Thailand).
Despite the 50-50 draw, it was a pity for the Vietnamese boxer to lose because the referees deducted 1 fair-play point and had to accept the Silver Medal.
Boxer Tran Dinh Nam continued to show his superiority when he had a 42-14 victory over boxer Abdul Raazaq Abdul Rashid Bin (Singapore) to win the Gold Medal in the men’s 70-75kg weight category.
The victory of the boxer born in 1992 helped him rest assured on the operating table to completely treat the injury.
Before that, Dinh Nam had flipped his ankle and was tormented by injuries during the past time.
Tran Dinh Nam’s joy when he won a gold medal at a SEA Games for the first time, even though he was even a world and ASIAD champion before.
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