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Kraisi Chalong Petanque, World Champion, Thai girl, injects Thongsee, receives 8 hundred thousand alone

Petanque Sports Association of Thailand Preparing to celebrate the World Championship Ready to give prize money to athletes who have won 1 gold, 1 silver and 1 bronze from the 2021 Petanque World Championships in Santa Sansuna, Spain in mid-November.

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After the Thai female iron ball thrower slashed France 13-12 and was able to defend the women’s team world championship for the second time in a row and was also the world champion 8 times, considered the most in the world. which will be held at Foundation for Sport Development Petanque Soi Ramkhamhaeng 9, Wang Thonglang District, Bangkok on December 28, 2021 on the side of “Nok” Thongsee Tamakot, an 8-time world champion who won 1 gold medal in the women’s team and 1 silver medal in the lift category. Rating will receive the most prize money alone up to 8 hundred thousand baht

Mr. Kraisi Karnasuta, President of the Petanque Sports Association of Thailand, revealed that according to the Petanque Sports Association has sent Thai steel ball throwers for both the women’s team and the men’s team. Participated in the 2021 World Petanque Championships for women’s and men’s teams in Santa Susanna, Spain, between 12-21 November 64.

The results showed that the women’s team athletes can do an excellent job, narrowly defeating France 13-12, able to defend the world championship for the second time in a row from the women’s team category. Athletes include “Nok” Thongsee Tamakot “Tai” Pantipha Wongchuwet “Fai” Nuntawan Fuengsanit and “Aum” Amphawan Suwannapruek, the women’s team world champion in 2019 at Kamphacha with 1 silver medal in the category. Sutting from “Nok” Thongsee Tamakod, 8-time world champion and 1 bronze medal in the women’s team as well (Sunitra Phuangyu, Lalita Chiew, Wanwipha Dararat and Jeerawan Kanlaya)

from this victory Petanque Sports Association Preparing to celebrate the World Championship along with awarding money to Athletes who won medals The 2021 World Petanque Championship will be held at Petanque Sports Development Foundation, Soi Ramkhamhaeng 9, Wang Thonglang District, Bangkok on December 28, 2021 . Under the measures to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus strictly and to be a morale booster that diligent and dedicated athletes practice continuously until able to create a reputation all over the world especially the Thai women’s team That can prevent the world championship for a second time in a row and is also the world champion of the women’s team 8 times, which is the most in the world.

The association will award money to Athletes who receive gold medals at 30,000 baht each, silver medals at 20,000 baht, and bronze medals at 10,000 baht.
In addition, athletes who win medals at the 2021 World Petanque Championship will receive money from the National Sports Development Fund. Sports Authority of Thailand as well which will receive a gold medal of 500,000 baht, a silver medal of 250,000 baht and a bronze medal of 100,000 baht, which “Nok” Thongsee Tamakod won 1 gold medal in the women’s team category and 1 silver medal in the shooting category. Will receive a money of 750,000 baht and a prize money from the Petanque Sports Association, another 50,000 baht, in total, “Nok” Thongsi Tamakot received the most prize money. Alone up to 800,000 baht

Mr. Kraisi Kannasut said that in addition to the association will have a celebration of the world championship for Thai female steel ball thrower, two-time world champion, and also a meeting between the board of directors of the association and the Thai national team petanque players as well. In order to end the old year and welcome the new year 2022 and on the same day at 13.30 there will be a meeting of the Executive Committee. Petanque Sports Association of Thailand This will be the last meeting of the year 2021 at the Foundation for the Development of Petanque as well.

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