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Cambodia Ballers beat Ho Chi minh City in Game two.

By: Ken Gadaffi Posted: October-22-2011 in
Ken Gadaffi

Cambodia shrugged off their defeat of Friday Night to bounce back with a victory over the Ho chi minh City Basketball team in the Second Game of the 2-Game Friendly match on Saturday Night finishing 95-81.

Women Open Oakley World Pro Junior Bali With Style

By: Will Hayden-Smith Posted: October-04-2011 in
Will Hayden-Smith

CANGGU, Bali/Indonesia (Monday, 3 October, 2011) - The Oakley World Pro Junior Bali got off to a great start today with the Women’s Round 1 action. The day began with an opening ceremony where all competitors dressed in traditional Balinese attire and a local chief performed a blessing ceremony on the sands of Echo Beach, Canggu.

AFL: Cambodian Eagles first intra-club match

By: Big Al, Cambodian Eagles Posted: July-11-2011 in
Big Al, Cambodian Eagles

On Saturday the club competed in its inaugural intra club match for the ‘Franco Cozzo Cup’ in honour of the great man who provided so many memories in his 37 seconds of power football against Thailand.

Badung Lifesaver Goes to Darwin for Arafura Games

By: Bali Travel News Posted: June-09-2011 in
Bali Travel News

Badung Lifesaver (Balawista) team had the honor to attend the championship of Arafura Games 2011 in Darwin, Australia. The nine contingents representing Indonesia would show off their capability in the world championship. “This championship will last for eight days, namely on May 7-14, 2011,” said Chairman of the contingent, I Gede Berata, when meeting with the Regent of Badung, AA Gde Agung, Tuesday (May 3).

TRUE GRIT: JP Sarmiento

By: Lokal Soul Posted: May-19-2011 in
Lokal Soul

In our first surfer feature ever, we sat down with Jean Pierre Sarmiento who recently bagged the Men’s Shortboard division at the 6th MSA Manila Surfers Cup in La Union. He’s been racking up his game by battling it out in competitions and still continually improves by constant practice. At a distance you would think a local is ripping only to realize its actually JP just doing his thing. An inspiration to city-based surfers, let’s take a look on how JP does it.

Raditya “the Bull” Rondi Takes Down Pepen “the Tiger” Hendrik to Win the Rusty Rumble in Da Jungle

By: Bali Waves Posted: May-18-2011 in
Bali Waves

Sanur-Bali: Raditya Rondi bested last year’s Rumble in Da Jungle winner Pepen Hendrik today in a 30 minute man-on-man battle in testing 5-6 foot wave conditions yesterday to claim victory and the additional distinction of being the first goofyfooter to ever win the legendary event.

The stylish and aggressive goofyfooter from Kuta nicknamed “the Bull” takes home a winners check for Rp 15 million and 3,000 Coca-Cola ISC Championship points, and now sits in second spot in the 2011 rankings, having finished equal third in the first event on the Coca-Cola ISC Tour in April.

Annual Mekong River Swim is back

By: The Swim Team Posted: January-23-2011 in
The Swim Team

We can confirm that the annual Mekong River Swim is BACK!

The site has been confirmed (the Swim will again be held at the Prek Leap Agricutural College, about 6km North of Phnom Penh, over the Japanese Bridge), and SOS Clinic have also confirmed their medical support (ambulance/doctor/nurse on stand-by at the site ... just in case) on the day.

Kirirom (Cambodia) Mountain Bike Challenge 2010

By: Cannondale Cambodia / Posted: January-05-2011 in
Cannondale Cambodia /

Cannondale Cambodia / Flying Bikes Team totally dominated the biggest cycling event of Cambodia, held on December 12th at the Kirirom National Park

The team took top positions in the Experts and Intermediate Class, riding brand new Scalpel 1, Flash carbon 1 and Flash 1.

Sao Leads Giants to Victory to end the year on High

By: Ken Gadaffi Posted: December-23-2011 in
Ken Gadaffi

Cambodia born Stefane Dol Sao made a season High 14 points to give Vorchdorf Giants a 81:41 points win over Dynamo Lui Linz in the last game of the Austrian Second State league Regular Season.

The 26 year old Stefane who made some cameo appearances for the Cambodian Basketball team to the 26th SEA games in Jakarta and has since last month returned to his club In Austria where he has continued to put on some great displays as Giants seek to make it into the playoffs.

Local Chef Heads to Cambodia to Help National Team

By: Jim Cook Posted: January-01-2006 in
Jim Cook

If you like Japanese food, and you live in Dothan, you've probably heard of Joe Cook.

Joe serves up hibachi with a side of fun almost nightly at Mikata Japanese Steakhouse, delighting customers with his culinary skill, witty banter and crowd-pleasing cooking tricks.

But just like the onions he slices, Joe has layers. Underneath the smiles and jokes, there's a deep guy who wants to help make life better for folks in his native Cambodia. Joe chooses to do this through baseball.

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