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CHEF DE MISSION SEMINAR 29th SEA Games 2017

      According to the News from Olympic Council of Malaysia there was  a meeting for the Chefs de Mission Seminar 29th SEA Games 2017 was being held from 18-19 February 2017 at the Mandarin Oriental Kuala Lumpur. The Seminar is attended by Chefs de Mission and delegates from all the eleven (11) SEAGF Member NOCs. for the delegate from NOC of Laos  there were two delegate attending to seminar leader by Mr. Kaserm Inthara (SEAGF Council Member) and Mr. Sengphone Phonamath (Chef de Mission)

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Sports Administrator Course for Savanakhet Province had enhanced knowledge

 

Sports Course for Savannakhet province is to upgrade their ability and knowledge in managing. role and duty  that emphasis on sport movement.

  On Tuesday11th August 2015 at conference room in Savannakhet province was opened Sports Administrators Course for Savannakhet province presided by Mr. Somphou PHONGSA assistant to deputy Prime Minister, Vice President and Secretariat General of NOCL, Mr. Thavone INSYXIENGMAI Deputy Director General of Education and Sports Department of Savannakhet Province, including administrators within Province and from 11 districts in Savanakhet province had participated.

            The purpose of this course is to promote enhance knowledge for administrators in Savanakhet province especially is indicated the important role and duty of Sports Administrators to contributes physical education and sports in school, colleagues and each district in Savanakhet province. Moreover the participants were also learned about constitution of an organization, plaing a sport strategic, Developing in human resources ( coach, athletic, ), Sports Science 

       After ending of the course all participants had received a certificate of their attendances

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National Olympic Committee of Laos Leaders and Staffs (NOCL) visited 301 Military Telecom School on occasion of the anniversary Army Day

 

            National Olympic Committee of Laos administrator officers visited the 301 Military Telecom School on 28 January, 2015 at Park Nguem district in Vientiane Capital by Mr. Kasem INTHARA Deputy Secretary General NOCL, Mr, Chanthone VONGPHENGKHAM Director General of NOCL Administration Department, Mr. Southanom INTHAVONG Deputy Director General of NOCL Administration Department and some NOCL staffs to visited Military School on Occasion of the 66th anniversary of Lao army day.

            The NOCL was warmly welcoming by colonel Khamlek  PHETSISOMPHOU the Director General of 301 Military Telecom School and all soldiers in is school, On the occasion the NOCL had given some Sports equipment  to the 301 Military Telecom School which costly about 8 million kips.

On this visited there had a friendship petanque competition between both Delegation NOCL members and Army members thereby to make strengthen relationship for ever.

 

New Zealand opener Brendon McCullum

New Zealand opener Brendon McCullum drives during the fourth ODI against India in Bangalore on December 7, 2010. New Zealand opener Brendon McCullum (L) looks on as Indian wicketkeeper Parthiv Patel jumps in the air to stop a ball during the fourth ODI in Bangalore on December 7, 2010. New Zealand opener Brendon McCullum drives during the fourth ODI against India in Bangalore on December 7, 2010. (Photo DIBYANGSHU SARKAR/AFP/Getty Images) New Zealand opener Brendon McCullum (L) looks on as Indian wicketkeeper Parthiv Patel jumps in the air to stop a ball during the fourth ODI in Bangalore on December 7, 2010.

New Zealand opener Brendon McCullum drives during the fourth ODI against India in Bangalore on December 7, 2010. New Zealand opener Brendon McCullum (L) looks on as Indian wicketkeeper Parthiv Patel jumps in the air to stop a ball during the fourth ODI in Bangalore on December 7, 2010. New Zealand opener Brendon McCullum drives during the fourth ODI against India in Bangalore on December 7, 2010. (Photo DIBYANGSHU SARKAR/AFP/Getty Images) New Zealand opener Brendon McCullum (L) looks on as Indian wicketkeeper Parthiv Patel jumps in the air to stop a ball during the fourth ODI in Bangalore on December 7, 2010.

 

 

Chef de mission meeting for XXVII SEA Games in Nay Pyi Taw, Myanmar 2013

 

Chef de mission meeting for XXVII SEA Games in Nay Pyi Taw, Myanmar 2013

When it lost its third consecutive game

As anyone who has followed the future Hall of Famer’s career knows, it’s what’s under the hood that sets him apart. On third-and-2 from the Oakland 31-yard line with 1:39 to go, Manning capped off an emphatic display of histrionics at the line by running a play-fake to Dominic Rhodes(notes) that was so cold, even the halfback thought he had the football as he darted to his right. He didn’t – Manning kept it, rambled to his left and spent some quality time with himself, foregoing a touchdown in favor of a game-clinching slide four yards from paydirt.

“If you tell people, they don’t block the same, and [it’s not as convincing],” Manning said afterward. “The only way to do it is if you don’t tell anybody.”

Don’t tell the people who assumed Indy was done a few weeks ago, when it lost its third consecutive game to drop to 6-6, but the injury-plagued Colts appear headed to the postseason with a bounce in their step – and a quarterback who gives them at least a fighting chance to overcome their many flaws.

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