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July 04, 2006
Phannipa Chaithes (L), 12, practises Muay Thai, a native martial arts form, with her twin sister Sawinee...
PHITSANULOK, Thailand
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Phannipa Chaithes (L), 12, practises Muay Thai, a native martial arts form, with her twin sister Sawinee Chaithes at a school in Noen Maprang district in Phitsanulok province, 377 km (234 miles) north of Bangkok, June 25, 2006. Phannipa and Sawinee are among 40 students who juggle schoolwork with training in Muay Thai at the Suksawittaya school in Phitsanulok. Picture taken June 25, 2006. To match feature SPORT BOXING THAILAND REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom (THAILAND)
SPORT BOXING THAILAND
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July 04, 2006
Phannipa Chaithes, 12, attends a training session of Muay Thai, a native martial arts form, at a school...
PHITSANULOK, Thailand
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Phannipa Chaithes, 12, attends a training session of Muay Thai, a native martial arts form, at a school in Noen Maprang district in Phitsanulok province, 377 km (234 miles) north of Bangkok, June 25, 2006. Phannipa and her twin sister Sawinee are among 40 students who juggle schoolwork with training in Muay Thai at the Suksawittaya school in Phitsanulok. Picture taken June 25, 2006. To match feature SPORT BOXING THAILAND REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom (THAILAND)
SPORT BOXING THAILAND
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July 04, 2006
Children practise Muay Thai, a native martial arts form, at a school in Noen Maprang district in Phitsanulok...
PHITSANULOK, Thailand
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Children practise Muay Thai, a native martial arts form, at a school in Noen Maprang district in Phitsanulok province, 377 km (234 miles) north of Bangkok, June 25, 2006. About 40 students juggle schoolwork with training in Muay Thai at the Suksawittaya school in Phitsanulok. Picture taken June 25, 2006. To match feature SPORT BOXING THAILAND REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom (THAILAND)
SPORT BOXING THAILAND
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July 04, 2006
Phannipa Chaithes (R), 12, practises Muay Thai, a native martial arts form, with her twin sister Sawinee...
PHITSANULOK, Thailand
To match feature SPORT BOXING THAILAND
Phannipa Chaithes (R), 12, practises Muay Thai, a native martial arts form, with her twin sister Sawinee Chaithes (L) at a school in Noen Maprang district in Phitsanulok province, 377 km (234 miles) north of Bangkok, June 25, 2006. Phannipa and Sawinee are among 40 students who juggle schoolwork with training in Muay Thai at the Suksawittaya school in Phitsanulok. Picture taken June 25, 2006. To match feature SPORT BOXING THAILAND REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom (THAILAND)
SPORT BOXING THAILAND
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July 04, 2006
Phannipa Chaithes (L), 12, practises Muay Thai, a native martial arts form, at a school in Noen Maprang...
PHITSANULOK, Thailand
To match feature SPORT BOXING THAILAND
Phannipa Chaithes (L), 12, practises Muay Thai, a native martial arts form, at a school in Noen Maprang district in Phitsanulok province, 377 km (234 miles) north of Bangkok, June 25, 2006. Phannipa and her twin sister Sawinee are among 40 students who juggle schoolwork with training in Muay Thai at the Suksawittaya school in Phitsanulok. Picture taken June 25, 2006. To match feature SPORT BOXING THAILAND REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom (THAILAND)
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