Post by Ko Ohn Khine (M70)
Would like to add some of our friends who stands above par in RIT athletics events.
- Sai Thein Maung (C 64 intake) RIT selection goal keeper
- Kenneth @ Khin Mg Shwe (64 intake GBNF)
- Myint Sein (M 64 intake GBNF)
Track and Field
- Maung Maung Thaw (EP 64 intake)
- Soe Myint @ Min Khant (C 64 intake)
- Ma Lei Lei Chit (Ch 64 intake)
- Sai Thein Maung
- Ko Tha Din played volleyball for Burma.
- Ko Soe Myint Lwin, Ko Kyaw Htin and John Tint played soccer for Burma.
- Ko Htin Myaing (A 66) won the single and double titles in tennis.
He was dethroned by Ko Soe Tha (EC67) and Ko Tun Kyi (M 67, GBNF).
- Ko Htay Aung (M 69) won RIT and Inter-Institute swimming events for 100m, 200m, 400m, 800m, 1500m, and Inya cross-lake (2000m).
He represented Burma in water polo at the 1969 SEAP Games
- Ko Khin Maung Zaw (EC76) and Ko Thura Thant Zin (M76) played hockey for the All-Universities team and also rowed for RIT.
In hockey, KMZ was the “coach” of Ko TTZ (goal-keeper).
In rowing, Ko TTZ (RUBC Gold) was the “coach” of KMZ.
- Ko Win Khaing (M75), “Dat Pon” Sann Aung (M74), Phyo (M76), and Ko Thura Thant Zin (M76) rowed for RUBC Fours.
They had a mini-reunion in SPZP 2007.
- Ko Htaik San (Henry Kao, M 81) and Ko Phyu Lin represented RUBC in coxless pairs, coxed fours, … [at the FEARA regatta].
Than Tun Aung (Gavin, A81) is RUBC Golden Cox.
- Sai Kham Pan (EP69) was Burma Selected in badminton.
Ranked No. 2 in singles
Ranked No. 1 in doubles (with Kyi Nyunt)
For RIT, Ko Myint Sein (M69) was his doubles partner and “Sargalay” Ko Khin Maung Win (EP69) was his “training” partner.