Vietnamese to direct Jujitsu fighters to contest for Asian titles in Thailand
Vietnam is ready to send its finest athletes for the Asian Jujitsu Championship, going to take place in Bangkok between the 23rd and 28th of February. Thailand’s capital Bangkok is hosting this event at Rangsit University’s campus in Pathum Thani. The team features Southeast Asian (SEA) Games winners Dao Hong Son, Hoang Thi Nhat Que, Phung Thi Hue, and world beach cup champions.
The facilitators have registered for the tournament of over 500 participants from 30 different nations and territories. In this tough fight, Vietnam’s goal is to win at least three gold medals. Bui Dinh Tien, the coach from Vietnam, said that for a week, they had leveled up the intensity of training and practicing for the improvement of athletes’ techniques and fitness. He stated that the team had watched a few videos of the leading athletes as a reference for their techniques. Additionally, the coach has also organized private matches among his fighters so that they can experience the pressure and environment in the competition.
Tran Van Thach, a member of the Vietnam Sports Administration, said that the training of the team was coined a way before as there are many tournaments in 2023. Thach said that they are looking forward to winning at least three gold medals in this tournament in Thailand. Two more big tournaments are going to be held this year: the “32nd SEA Games” in May and the “Asian Games” in September.
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In the recent 2022 championship, Bahrain witnessed the glory of Vietnam, winning five gold medals, three silver medals, and eight bronze medals. The world champion Hue and Duong Thi Thanh Minhpopular have secured their place among their locals, and hence these times also, there are high hopes for the champions Minh and Hue to set a benchmark again. Que is also a major hope after winning the world beach cup title for women’s 57kg. Furthermore, Que is all ready, with the support from all her coaches, to contest the forthcoming tournament and get positive outcomes.