In Sea Games 31 10 Athletes to join Torch relay will started on 6 May
A gathering of 10 Vietnamese competitors who have won decorations at the Olympics, ASIAD, and SEA Games will lead a torch relay service during the initial function of the forthcoming 31st SEA Games in Hanoi. The opening ceremony of the biggest game in Southeast Asia will be held at 7 p.m. on May 12 at the My Dinh National Stadium, and is booked to keep going for 120 minutes.
Tran Hieu Ngan – First to hold the Torch
Following a procession of 11 games assignments and the host country’s declaration of opening the provincial games, 10 competitors will take part in a light hand-off service. Taekwondo military craftsman Tran Hieu Ngan, who won a silver decoration at the Olympic Games in 2000, will be first to hold the light.
Hoang Anh Tuan
The light will then be moved to weightlifter Hoang Anh Tuan, a silver decoration victor at the 2008 Olympics, weightlifter Tran Le Quoc Toan, a bronze award champ at the 2021 Olympics, Wushu military craftsman Nguyen Thuy Hien, a gold award victor at the 2001 SEA Games, and swimmer Nguyen Thi Anh Vien, a gold decoration champ at the 2015 SEA Games.
The light will then pass to olympic style sports competitor Quach Thi Lan, a gold decoration victor at ASIAD 2018, olympic style events competitor Le Tu Chinh, a gold award champ at the 2019 SEA Games, and gymnastic specialist Le Thanh Tung, a gold award victor at the 2017 SEA Games.
As the most noticeable competitor, marksman Hoang Xuan Vinh who asserted a gold decoration at the 2016 Olympics, has been entrusted with lighting the light. Moreover, fencer Vu Thanh An, who packed away gold decorations in three sequential SEA Games, will hold the public banner for the Vietnamese games assignment.
Youthful swimmer Nguyen Huy Hoang will likewise make a solemn vow for the benefit of the Vietnamese competitors at the territorial games’ initial function.
The SEA Games 31 is set to start off in Hanoi and 11 adjoining territories from May 12 to May 23, [full coverage of 31st sea games] with upwards of 10,000 competitors and mentors of 11 Southeast Asian games appointments contending in 40 games across 526 occasions.