Through 246 matches in 12 events of the three sports of table tennis, badminton, and tennis, the organizing panel presented winners with 36 sets of medals, flags, and two prizes for those who had the best performing style.
|Lieutenant General Le Hien Van presentd awards to the winners at the event.|
Reportedly, 18 out of 29 GDP units participating in the competition won medals.
Notably, the Military University of Culture and Arts and the Department of Military Internal Security won almost all top positions in the events.
The People’s Army Newspaper in particular bagged five prizes in table tennis and badminton.
Translated by Song Anh
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