Signed for joint training in Myanmar and China

Myanmar athletes are being coached for SEA Games to come in China.The Exchange Letter for Joint Training was signed on Fridays by the General Manager of Sports and Physical Education and the Chinese Ambassador to Myanmar.

Dr. Mya Lay Sein was witness at the signing ceremony in Nay Pyi Taw. Deputy Ministers for Health and Sports.Under the contract China will provide the required equipment to enable the athletes to compete in the next 30th SEA Games to undertake joint training.

For 2 months of joint practice, athletes from the promising sports facilities are chosen.”At the current time there will be joint 2-month training for 130 athletes, said Myo Hlaing, the Department of Sport and Physical Education Director General. Sports articles such as wushu, volleyball, swimming, weight lifting and so on can be collected. “The Chinese authorities will pay all fees for joint training such as travel, living and athletes ‘ daily benefits. Only athletes and trainers need to go to Myanmar.

In addition, young athletes and selection players will be jointly trained next year in China.

“We plan to have 6-month joint training for youth athletes from sports and physical training institutions after the SEA Games,” said Myo Hlaing, Director General of the Department of Sports and Physical Education. In addition, next year the athletes chosen will receive 3 months of joint coaching.

It is also expected that about 530 participants including athletes, executives and trainers will engage in the thirty-second SEA Games to be held in the Philippines. We will be discussing further the sports products for joint practice.