Mr. Kraisi Karnasuta, president of the Petanque Sports Association of Thailand, revealed that he had given a testimony to the Thai national petanque players. Before leaving for the 32nd SEA Games in Phnom Penh, Cambodia Between May 5-16, 2023, he asked all athletes to go to the field to compete fully. Win or lose is a matter of sport. and must act appropriately as a representative of the Thai national team Do not tarnish the reputation of the nation. And intend to play on the field with confidence, not putting pressure on himself and not afraid of the cheering crowd during the competition On the side of athletes preparing for the 2023 SEA Games, they have been training continuously for up to 6 months at the Foundation for the Development of Petanque Sports, Soi Ramkhamhaeng 9, Wang Thonglang District, Bangkok.
Mr. Kraisi Karnasuta said that for the Thai national petanque team, the 32nd SEA Games series is considered the best team at the moment. Which includes world champion athletes “Tai” Pantipa Wongchuwet “Fai” Nantawan Fuangsanit, as well as the 31st SEA Games champion in Vietnam and the 2022 Asian Championship. Participated as a representative of the Thai national team as well At the same time, there is also a staff coach with international experience. and in the world arena as a trainer This ensures that he will not miss the SEA Games gold medal, held 32nd for sure.
As for the 32nd SEA Games, an important competitor Host Cambodia which has world champion athletes And many SEA Games champions join the team As for the Vietnamese team, the athletes have improved a lot, which cannot be underestimated. By aiming for 4 gold medals from a total of 11 gold medals. As for the last SEA Games in Vietnam, the Thai team achieved 4 gold medals from a total of 9 gold medals.
For the list of coaches and athletes preparing for the 32nd SEA Games in Phnom Penh Cambodia Team Manager, Capt. Kasem Phromyen, trainer, Mr. Anek Phukok, Pol. Maj. Gen. Ruchumon Wichaidit, Pol. Phusa-ard, Mr. Smart Thongprathet, Lt. Paitoon Jomkhamsing
Male athletes, Sgt. Col. Ekarin Kaewla, Mr. Ratchata Khamdee, Mr. Thavornsit Ratchakot, Sgt. Colonel Sarawut Sribunpeng, Mr. Panukorn Rerksanit, Mr. Pongsakorn Inpoo, Mr. Akarachai Meekong, Major General Charoenwit Ketusatban
Female athletes: Col. Nattaya Yoothong, Miss Sudarat Thason, Capt. Ying Thongsi Tamakhot, Lt. Col. Pantipha Wongchuwet, Lieutenant Colonel Ying Nantawan Fuangsanit, province. Lt. Ying Amphawan Suwannapruek, Ms. Siriorn Saracheep, Ms. Lalita Chichanchan, Ms. Lt. Rossukhon Thongthanom, Ms. Panadda Junduang, Ms. Kantharos Chuchuai and Ms. Piyamat Prapassorn.