(Sports news, SEA Games news) Female athlete Lo Thi Hoang from Son La won the historic gold medal for Vietnamese athletics at the 31st SEA Games.
Gold medal of Lo Thi Hoang
On the afternoon of May 18, female athlete Lo Thi Hoang brought home the glory for the Vietnamese javelin throw. With a throw of 56m37, Lo Thi Hoang won the gold medal, breaking the SEA Games record with a time of 56m37. The old record was set by the Thai athlete at the 2007 SEA Games with a time of 55m97.
Lo Thi Hoang won the historic javelin throwing gold medal for Vietnam
This is also the first gold medal of Vietnam’s javelin throw at a Southeast Asian Games. Previously at the 30th SEA Games, the female athlete from Son La only won a silver medal.
Excellently changing the color of the medal and breaking the SEA Games record, Lo Thi Hoang could not contain her emotions and burst into tears.
Lo Thi Hoang’s happiness is multiplied when on the stands of My Dinh yard there are many of her relatives waiting to congratulate.
In the arms of her loved ones, the strong girl of the javelin throwing content suddenly became weak and lovely. She sobbed as she was comforted by her loved ones.
She and her father had a moment of emotional celebration before Lo Thi Hoang returned to stand on the podium to participate in the awards ceremony and receive the 31st SEA Games gold medal.
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