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Close-up of Vietnam’s most modern shooting range in Southeast Asia

The shooting range is equipped with 30 shooting platforms, serving for competitions in all disciplines of shooting.

The 31st Southeast Asian Games (SEA Games 31) is scheduled to be held from May 12 to 23 in Hanoi and 11 nearby localities, with the attendance of around 10,000 athletes and officials from 11 Southeast Asian countries.

This is the second time Vietnam has hosted the Southeast Asian Games with the last being in 2003. SEA Games 31, themed “For a stronger South East Asia”, will feature 40 sports with 526 medal events.

In particular, the shooting sports will take place at the shooting range located in the Hanoi National Sports Training Center. 

Being renovated from September 2021, the shooting range of the Hanoi National Sports Training Center has been upgraded with the most modern equipment to serve SEA Games 31.
 The shooting range's facilities for SEA Games 31 are more than 90% complete.
The shooting range is equipped with 30 shooting platforms for competitions in all disciplines of shooting.
Modern electronic equipment is ready for SEA Games 31.
A corner of the electronic target system.
A spacious and well-lit shooting range will help athletes achieve the highest results at SEA Games 31. As the host country, Vietnam aims to win at least five gold medals in this sport.

Source: Hanoi Times

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