Sport

Play or spectate. Professional, amateur and pick up sports in Yangon.

Changing the game: Than Than Htwe

Myanmar women’s national football team captain Than Than Htwe has been a key figure in the game for more than a decade. Ahead of...

Myanmar’s drift king

One of Myanmar’s brightest car racing prospects, Kyaw Zin Oo, is making it big in Thailand but his sights are set on the biggest...

Green column: Food miles? Think meters

When I lived in New York, I took for granted that exotic fruit was available all year round, without a second thought to the...

Myanmar looks to secure first AFC Asian Cup appearance in 50...

by Jens Raitanen Myanmar’s national football team’s quest for a place in next year’s AFC Asian Cup hinges on their final two qualifiers as they...

Fitness column: Becoming the strongest version of yourself

A former mentor once told me that “how you do one thing is how you do everything.” He was not the best mentor in...

ONE Championship recap: Aung La becomes two-division champion

According to an old legend, Yangon’s Shwedagon Pagoda holds more gold than the treasury of the Bank of England—a fantastical assertion that, in 2018,...

ONE Champion Aung La prepares for light heavyweight battle

ONE Middleweight World Champion Aung La N Sang and Alexandre Machado will clash for the light heavyweight belt on February 23 at Thuwanna Indoor...

Dance for charity at zumba festival

Yangon is bracing itself for a huge dance extravaganza in February, as the Zumba Festival returns for the second year. But the event is...

Yoma Yangon Marathon to cause road closures this weekend

Some roads and lanes will be closed on Sunday (January 21) morning in Yangon as the city prepares for this year's Yoma International Marathon...

Weekly Bike Ride Draws Yangon Cyclists Together

Loren Lee Chiesi joins cyclists on a beloved free bike ride through the city streets. Photos by the writer. Every Friday at 10pm the workers...
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