Vietnamese swimmer Nguyen Thi Anh Vien (Photo: Internet) Hanoi (VNS/VNA) – Vietnam's top swimmer Nguyen Thi Anh Vien will be the country’s main medal hope at the Southeast Asian (SEA) Games 31 to be held in Vietnam next year. According to experts, although winning Olympic gold will be very difficult for Vien, winning seven gold medals at the regional event is within her reach. According to Tran Duc Phan, deputy director of the National Sports Administration, the administration is planning to hire a foreign expert to coach Vien, but these efforts have been hamstrung by the COVID-19 pandemic. After many years of training in the US, this year, Vien has been working at the National Sports Training Centre in HCM City. Instead of focusing on many disciplines, Vien is focusing on key distances, especially in the women's 400m medley. At the start of this year, she was quite sad when she had to split up with a longtime teacher. At one point, she shared in the press that she wanted to continue to be coached by Dang Anh Tuan. However, now, according to the leaders of the National Sports Training Centre, Viên has gotten used to her new training regime. The 1996-born… Read full this story
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