Track and field athletes run for gold at SEA Games 29

VOV.VN - Track and field athletes Le Thi Mong Tuyen, Le Tu Chinh, Do Thi Quyen and Nguyen Oanh ran for gold in the women’s 4x100 metre relay today (August 25) at SEA Games 29 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

I think the team is pleased with their performance, said one of the coaches. They clocked 43.88secs, which is one of their highest, narrowly beating the second place team from Thailand at 44.62sesc.

Overall, team Vietnam currently stands in second place in the gold medal table for the games with 38, still lagging far behind first place Malaysia at 64.

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