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Cambodia Shines with 13 Medals at 2024 Ju-Jitsu Thailand Championship

Phnom Penh, April 10, 2024: In a remarkable display of skill and determination, Cambodia's athletes have brought home a total of 13 medals from the Ju-Jitsu Thailand Championship 2024, including 5 gold, 3 silver, and 5 bronze medals.

The championship, which took place in Bangkok from April 6 to 7, saw over 1,400 competitors from various nations vying for top honors in the esteemed martial arts tournament.

Representing the kingdom, the Ju-Jitsu Federation of Cambodia fielded a strong contingent of 12 athletes, who showcased exceptional prowess and competitiveness throughout the event.

This achievement marks a historic milestone for Cambodia, setting a new record for the nation's performance in what is considered the biggest ju-jitsu competition in the region.



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