Zone 1: Closing of the 2022 Sports Festival

10 Jul 2022 | 07:41 | LATEST POSTS

As part of the 2022 District One Sports Festival competition, the futsal men’s mini-soccer attracted 35 teams and nearly 400 athletes. From June 19th to today’s July 9th, the teams are divided into 3 groups to compete. As a result, Institutional Sector Group: First District Medical Center Team won the championship; Ward Block Group: Pham Ngu Lao Ward Team won the first prize, Group Enterprise-Company: Grand Imperial Saigon Hotel Company Team won the championship. In addition, the organizers also presented awards: best scorer, best goalkeeper.
The Organizing Committee awarded trophies and flags to the winning teams.

The District 1 Sports Festival was launched on April 17, 2022, with competitions including: Chinese chess, football, tug-of-war, cross-country running, swimming, billiards, badminton… The conference attracted more than 1,500 athletes, employees and employees. Workers – trade union members, youth, armed forces live, live and work in agencies, units and enterprises in and outside the state in Zone 1. Therefore, it effectively responds to the “Nine-Hour Plan” initiated by the trade union organization, creates a healthy and beneficial playground after hard work, and promotes the spirit of unity, solidarity, and habit formation. Restore labor intensity, prevent occupational diseases, promote the smooth completion of work, and improve labor productivity.

After the opening ceremony, the 2022 District One Sports Festival kicked off with the Yueda Run. Nearly 700 athletes participated. Prizes are divided into two groups based on age. The table is for the age group 25 to 36, including individual males and females. The table is for the age group 36 and over, including individual men and women. In the morning, the organizers presented 48 awards to outstanding individuals of all ages. The rest of the subjects remain to this day.

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