Our Sponsors

The National Olympic Committee of Cambodia


The National Olympic Committee of Cambodia (CNOC) is the National Olympic Committee of Cambodia founded in 1983. It was recognized by the International Olympic Committee in 1994.
Cambodia’s first appearance at the Summer Olympics dates back to 1956 in Stockholm.

A National Olympic Committee (NOC) is the national component of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) which was recognized in 2015. These committees, under the authority of the IOC, bring together all or part of the national sports movement.

Only NOCs are eligible to select an athlete to compete in the Olympic Games

The RIVA Editions

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The RIVA’s companies (Riva Editions, Riva Corporate, Riva Media) offer several journals and magazines on many topics such as sports… RUNNING ATTITUDE, RUNNING COACH, ESPRIT TRAIL, RUNNING pour ELLES, have already relayed the information about our new event offering us full pages.

All these magazines, from the tracking trip planned in January 2015, will also feature stories to their readers.

Created in April 2000 by a team of passionate, famous coaches, doctors and nutritionists, Running Attitude has become today a reference in the running press. Road racers, trailers, beginners, regulars or experienced, appreciate its good workout plans, the advice of its coaches and its presence on the ground in the middle of the field all throughout the year.



Since its foundation in 1976, the “frenchie” DECATHLON designs, manufactures, and retails sport apparel and equipment for more than 70 sports, including cycling, hiking, hunting, basketball, swimming, running, soccer, tennis…

Thanks to our 60,000 Decathlon team members located in 25 countries (where 20 production offices and 750 retailing stores are located), we became a leading international sports products creator and retailer. Our pride will always be first and foremost around our human progression (decision-making, continuous skills’ improvement, confidences, growing up to middle and upper management positions). In every country where we are present, we share a strong and unique company culture, reinforced by our four values: Vitality, Sincerity, Responsibility and Generosity.

Thanks to a strong and dynamic team, DECATHLON Cambodia contributes to the group development in South Asia by developing, buying and following the production of our sport products with our industrial partners in Cambodia.










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Take a trip with Quad Adventure Cambodia and see how much more there is to Siem Reap city than Angkor Wat and the Bayon.

It is a fun way to see the surrounding countryside. Join us and take a ride through the villages, rice paddies and get a real insight into this beautiful country and its friendly people.

Whether you want a relaxing sunset tour with the family or an extreme adventure with a full day ride , we have a package to suit everyone. So reserve yourself a place on one of our tours or contact us for more information now at:



“We act with audacity & authenticity to give Cambodian handicrafts a new dimension”



Satcha – Cambodian Handicrafts
Incubation Center is Beyond Retail
Business Cambodia’s new milestone to
promote Cambodian products and craft
people’s talents to local and international
But it is above all a way to achieve its
mission to transmit all these know-hows
to young generations and to allow them
to survive over time.

Beyond Retail Business Cambodia (BRB Cambodia) supports the Ultra Trail Angkor 2023 because it shares its “Sport & Culture” values ​​and its vision of the importance of discovering the culture of the country in which the race takes place.

Founded in 2020, BRB Cambodia aims to promote Cambodia through its culture, its know-how and its products both on the local and international markets. It is to meet this mission that it created and opened Satcha; the first Cambodian Handicrafts incubation center based in Siem Reap in December 2022.

Satcha offers a new economic model allowing craftsmen to develop their skills while remaining independent as well as an innovative artistic approach, combining traditional know-how and contemporary design, to create products adapted to new local and international market trends.

During your stay in Siem Reap, come to Sacha to discover the ancestral know-how of Cambodian craftsmen in an exceptional environment, combining bamboo structures and green rice fields.

Participate in the transmission of these incredible talents while supporting craftsmanship by buying “responsible” products, handmade locally and ethically.


BRB Cambodia supports the UTA by producing the trophies for the race, made by local stone carver and by hosting the trophy ceremony on Saturday February 4 in Satcha!



To create the first Cambodian handicraft
center that incubates local craftspeople
with an innovative artistic approach,
combining traditional knowledge with
contemporary design inspired by Khmer culture and mixing several know-hows together to create unique, high value-added
products that reflect the richness of Cambodian craftsmanship, while having a sustainable social, economic,
and environmental impact.

More information : www.brb-cambodia.com




Sâmata Health & Wellness Studio is the first of its kind in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, bringing holistic therapies to both locals and foreigners in one location. We strive to be on the cutting edge of functional medicine by offering a range of services—including physiotherapy, acupuncture, chiropractic, cupping therapy, child birth preparation, massage, aromatherapy, fitness, pilates hypnosis and Reiki —and focusing on the individualized care of each client. We recognize the importance of not only treatment, but prevention as well and aim to encourage and establish healthier lifestyles no matter your current level of health.
SÂMATA Health & Wellness Studo, #54, St. 306 Phnom Penh. Tel: 012 802 725 / 010 274 208. Email: info@samatahealthwellness.com




Launched in 2002, Sala Baï Hotel and Restaurant school is a program created by the French NGO Agir Pour le Cambodge (APLC), to fight poverty and human trafficking through social and professional training of young underprivileged Cambodians.


The French NGO Agir pour le Cambodge (APLC), created in 1985, launched the Sala Baï program in 2002 to fight poverty and human trafficking in Cambodia through social and professional training of young underprivileged Cambodians.

To have a meal or to stay at Sala Baï is to give another dimension to your trip to Cambodia. You’ll be actively participating in the vocational training of young disadvantaged Cambodians by allowing them to practice their newly acquired skills in real conditions while financing their training.  

Learn More http://www.salabai.com/