Vietnam's team won the Zhouzhuang Cup Xiangqi International Invitational Chinese Chess Tournament in Jiangsu, China, on May 20.
The 24th Return to the Countryside cycling race will be held from May 19-27.
Thanh Hoa FC put an end to Hanoi FC's eight-game unbeaten run in 2019 V.League by stunning the reigning champions 4-1 in their matchday 9 encounter at home on May 11.
Vietnamese martial artists won 72 medals on the first day of the ongoing ASEAN Taekwondo Championships held in Pasay city of the Philippines.
The Vietnamese delegation brought home three gold medals at the 30th Suzuki FIG World Cup 2019 in aerobic gymnastics, which wrapped up in Tokyo, Japan on April 14.
First-round matches of the 2019 PV Gas National Volleyball Championship's group B officially commenced at the Ninh Binh gymnasium on April 4.
Many prestigious international media agencies have given words of praise to Park Hang-seo and his Vietnam U23s side after their 4-0 rout of arch rivals Thailand in their last Group K qualifier for the 2020 AFC U23 Championship in Hanoi on March 26.
Midfielder Trieu Viet Hung scored a dramatic late winner to steer Vietnam to a close 1-0 victory over Indonesia in their second Group K clash of the 2020 AFC U23 Championship qualifiers at Hanoi's My Dinh National Stadium on March 24.
Beating the Ha Tinh team 3-1 in the final match, the host Trang An Ninh Binh team won the title at the 13th men's volleyball Championship -Hoa Lu Cup in Ninh Binh province on March 20th.
The 13th Men's Volleyball Championship -Hoa Lu Cup 2018 will officially open on March 16 at the Ninh Binh Stadium.
15-year-old Vietnamese weightlifter, Do Tu Tung, made a strong start at the 2019 International Weightlifting Federation (IWF) Youth World Championships, which opened in Las Vegas, USA, on March 8 (local times), bringing home three gold medals and setting three youth world records in the men's 49kg division.
Vietnam won six gold medals at the 2019 International Weightlifting Federation World Cup in Fuzhou, China over the weekend.
After a successful 2018, managers and fans are brimming with hope that Vietnam's sportsmen and women will obtain more international successes this year.
Vietnam's "golden star" warriors have received praise from international media following their convincing win 4-2 over Jordan on January 20 to advance to the quarterfinals of the AFC Asian Cup 2019.
Vietnam defeated Yemen 2-0 in the last match of Group D in the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Cup 2019, which was held at the Hazza Bin Zayed Stadium in the United Arab Emirates (UEA) on January 16 (local time).
Vietnam lost 2-3 to Iraq in their first match of Group D in the AFC Asian Cup 2019, which took place in Zayed Sport City Stadium in Abu Dhabi, the United Arab Emirates, on January 8.
The Vietnamese national squad arrived in the UAE on January 4 after wrapping up their training camp in Qatar, to prepare for the final stages before officially beginning the 2019 Asian Cup campaign.
The Prime Minister has signed a decision to designate 22 valuable items as "national treasures", the seventh batch earning recognition this year.
Track and field athlete Bui Thi Thu Thao, who won a gold medal for Vietnam at the 2018 Asian Games (ASIAD 2018) in Indonesia in August, has overcame other rivals to become the most outstanding athlete of Vietnam in 2018.
21-year-old midfielder Nguyen Quang Hai has received the Vietnamese Golden Ball Award 2018 for his excellent performance at the AFF Cup and the AFC U23 Championship.
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