Noble dreams of athletes born in Year of Horse

Noble dreams of athletes born in Year of Horse

Nhan Dan – Although some have retired, most of the class of Vietnamese athletes born in 1990, the Year of the Horse, have remained faithful to their chosen ways and are nurturing great ambitions for the upcoming Year of the Horse in 2014. (Jan 29, 2014)

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Tien Minh serves up miracle at world championships

  Aug 12, 2013
Nhan Dan Online – Nguyen Tien Minh has smashed his way to a bronze medal in the men's singles at the 2013 World Badminton Championships, becoming the first Vietnamese shuttler ever to win a medal at a world-level competition. 

Tien Minh wins first-ever medal in world competition

  Aug 11, 2013
Nhan Dan – Vietnamese badminton star Nguyen Tien Minh capped off a sensational performance in the semifinals at the 2013 World Badminton Championships in Guangzhou, China by winning his first-ever world medal. 

Tien Minh advances to world championships semifinals

  Aug 10, 2013
Nhan Dan – Top Vietnamese shuttler Nguyen Tien Minh edged out Denmark’s Jan O Jorgensen (world no. 10) 2-1 yesterday to make the semifinals of the 2013 World Badminton Championships in Guangzhou, China. 

Tien Minh – an inspiration to younger generations

  Aug 09, 2013
Nhan Dan Online – Nguyen Tien Minh is currently the brightest Vietnamese badminton star on the horizon and the only Vietnam representative listed in the world’s top ten players, currently sitting in seventh place with 55,166 points. 

Liem crowned world blitz champion

  Jun 11, 2013
Nhan Dan Online – Vietnam chess grandmaster Le Quang Liem won the blitz championship title at the 2013 World Blitz and Rapid Chess Championships in Russia yesterday. 

Anh Vien - new Vietnamese swimming talent

  Jul 07, 2011
Nhan Dan – Following the speedy rise of Hoang Quy Phuoc, the first Vietnamese swimmer to earn a ticket to the 2012 London Olympic Games, Vietnamese swimming has recently discovered another young talent: Anh Vien from the southern province of Can Tho. The 14 year-old girl secured 16 gold medals and broke nine records at the National Youth Swimming Championships and the 35th Southeast Asian (SEA) Age Group Swimming Championships last month. 

Van Ngoc Tu, queen of Vietnamese judo

  Apr 26, 2011
Nhan Dan - 24-year-old Van Ngoc Tu won the first medal for Vietnam at the 2011 Asian Judo Championships in Abu Dhabi, the United Arab Emirates in early April. It was the highest level a Vietnamese judo martial artist has ever achieved in a continent-wide competition. 

Grand master Le Quang Liem

  Jan 31, 2011
Nhan Dan - Talking about Vietnamese chess, we can not skip 19-year old grand master Le Quang Liem. There is a formula for the success of a chess player: the right investment and a breakthrough in competition. Currently, Liem possesses both of these factors. 

Wrestler Nguyen Thi Lua

  Jan 31, 2011
Nhan Dan - At the 16th Asian Games in Guangzhou, China, wrestler Nguyen Thi Lua gained a silver medal for the Vietnamese sport delegation in the women's 48 kg weight category. This is the highest achievement of Vietnam ever recorded in this Asian competition. 

Disabled swimmer Vo Thanh Tung

  Jan 31, 2011
Nhan Dan - Sports is for everyone, but for the disabled, it is also a good way to help them overcome their disabilities. The rising aspiration of people with disabilities as well as the community's love for them is always strongly reflected through sport competitions. 

Tien Minh climbs world badminton rankings

  Jan 12, 2013
Nguyen Tien Minh has moved up two places to sixth in the world badminton rankings, the sport's governing body has announced. 

Ha Thanh – pride of Vietnamese gymnastics

  Dec 11, 2011
Nhan Dan – Phan Thi Ha Thanh made the hearts of thousands of fans tremble when she won the first ever gymnastics medal for Vietnam in an elite world-class competition, pocketing the bronze in the vaulting event at the 2011 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships in Tokyo last October. 

Karate artist Le Bich Phuong, a seed of hope

  Dec 03, 2010
Nhan Dan - The gold medal the Vietnamese sports delegation was longing for at the ASIAD 16 was secured by karate artist Le Thi Bich Phuong. Still very young, at the age of 18, Phuong is considered a seed of hope for better results in Vietnam karate in the future. 

Vietnamese top cueist seeks glory at Games

  Nov 04, 2010
Nhan Dan - Having won a silver medal at the 15th Asian Games in Doha, Qatar in 2006, world No.21 Duong Anh Vu is the best hope for the Vietnam national billiards and snooker team at the up-coming ASIAD in Guangzhou, China this year.