Viet Nam's Hoang Thi Phuong Giang pocketed a gold medal in the girls' daoshu event at the ongoing World Youth Wushu Championship in Singapore.
Phuong's Monday gold medal was the first for Viet Nam on the opening day of competition at the annual tournament. She later grabbed a bronze in the gunshu event.
Earlier team-mate Duong Thuy Vy took a silver in the girls' qiangshu while Cao Phat Dat earned a bronze in the boys' nandao.
Vietnamese sanshou (combat) artists also competed successfully with five qualifying for the semi-finals.
The championship featuring over 400 participants from 45 countries and territories will conclude today.
Vietnamese Nguyen Thai Duong won the Vietnam National Matchplay Championship at the Mongomerie Links golf course in the central province of Quang Nam.
He beat Andrew Hung Pham and Dang Hong Anh to win the title.
In the women's division, Nguyen Thi Ngoc Dung gave a perfect performance on the 18-hole course, dominating Ngo Thi An Trinh and Pham Thi Hong Lan to take the championship.
Scott Riddick took out the Vietnam International Championship, edging out Evan Mahoney and Jamie. Amateur Phan Thanh Chien finished first in the senior division.
The championship drew over 144 golfers competing in six men's and women's divisions with a handicap from nine to 24.
HCM City's Sport College won the National Student Volleyball Tournament - Toyota Cup at Ha Noi's Cau Giay Gymnasium after a 3-0 win over Hong Bang International University in the men's final on Monday.
The Bac Ninh Sport College clinched the women's title. The men's and women's winners walked away with VND30 million (US$1,500) in prize money, and another bonus of VND50 million ($2,500) from the sponsor.
Last month, the Japanese carmaker agreed a 3-year deal to sponsor the annual tournament. — VNS