(HBO) - At the V'star Entertainment Center swimming pool, the Department of Education and Training organized the Swimming prize of 8th Provincial Phu Dong Sports in 2019.

There are 120 athletes from 7 Education & Training Departments of districts and city, 7 high schools, 1 boarding ethnic school that participate the tournament. The athletes compete 36 contents, including free swimming, frog swimming, backstroke divided by distance, age, gender.

The athletes compete excitedly at the backstroke content.

After an exciting morning, the organizing committee awarded prizes to excellent athletes.

Through the award, discovering and cultivating the talents of swimming and fostering to compete the National Swimming Competition for students in 2019 and the 10th National Phu Dong Sport Festival in 2020.

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