The tenth Olympic 2024 ticket for Vietnam sport’s

In a historic achievement for Vietnamese canoeing, Nguyen Thi Huong secured the ninth official spot for Vietnam at the Paris 2024 Olympics.

Competing in the women’s C1 200m finals at the Asian Olympic Canoe Qualifier in Japan, Hương finished second with a time of 49.351 seconds, earning one of the two spots available for Olympic qualification.

This marks the first time a Vietnamese canoeist will compete at the Olympics, representing a significant milestone for the sport in Vietnam. Hương’s performance not only demonstrates her prowess and dedication but also highlights the growing competence of Vietnamese athletes in more diverse international arenas.

With Hương’s qualification, the Vietnamese sports delegation now boasts nine athletes set to compete in Paris. The team includes Nguyen Thi That (cycling), Trịnh Thu Vinh and Le Thi Mong Tuyen (shooting), Vo Thì Kim Anh (boxing), Nguyen Huy Hoang (swimming), Trinh Van Vinh (weightlifting), and badminton players Nguyen Thuy Linh and Le Duc Phat, along with Huong in canoeing.

Each athlete’s journey to the Olympics is a testament to their hard work and the support from their coaching staff and national sports programs. Nguyen Thi Huong’s success in particular is seen as an inspirational story for upcoming athletes in Vietnam, showcasing the potential for success across a variety of sports disciplines on the world stage.

At the women’s singles sculls final in the Asian-Pacific Rowing qualifiers, Pham Thi Hue finished in the top 5 to secure the 10th Olympic spot for Vietnamese sports.

As the Paris 2024 Olympics approach, the anticipation and support for these athletes continue to grow, promising a spirited performance from the Vietnamese team aiming to make their mark in Olympic history.

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