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2019/01/21

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Two Mongolian boxers included in Asian Top Team

Two Mongolian boxers, namely B.Chinzorig and E.Tsendbaatar have been included in the Asian Top Team. A boxing competition between the Asian and European top teams will be held in the Czech capital, Prague, on 2 February, 2019.

International master of sports

President’s chief of staff to lead Mongolian judokas

On Friday (11 January), the Mongolian Judo Association appointed Z.Enkhbold as its vice-president. Mr Z.Enkhbold, who is also chief of staff to Mongolian President Kh.Battulga, will lead the judo team at the Tokyo Olympics-2020.

Previously, Kh.Battulga was president of the Mongolian

Mongolian runner wins 6 days marathon

Mongolian runner B.Budjargal has won a 6 days marathon which has been held in Phoenix, Arizona. Over the years, the fixed-time multiday running event has been held between 28 December and 3 January. B.Budjargal has run 787 km or 485

Mongolian body woman receives state medal

Athlete G.Ugalztsetseg from Ulaanbaatar Fitness has been awarded with the state honoured medal by decree of Mongolian President. The 39 year-old is currently famous for having won four gold medals from the World Bodybuilding and Fitness Championships.

G.Ugalztsetseg has been training

Team Mongolia revving up for Dakar Rally 2019

The Dakar Rally will take place in only one country for the first time in its history next season, with Peru being the sole host nation. The 2019 event will comprise 10 stages with a rest day – all within

‘King Tug’ to fight Claudio Marrero for belt

Olympic and World Championship silver medalist boxer N.Tugstsogt, known as “King Tug”, is expecting his eleventh fight on 6 January, 2019. This interesting match will take place at Barclays Centre in Brooklyn, New York.

“King Tug’s” opponent will be Dominican boxer

Mongolian Marathon Man

Mongolian marathon runner B.Ser-Od has won the silver medal in the 49th Hofu Yomiuri Marathon. The competition took place in Hofu, Japan on 16 December. B.Ser-Od finished 42 km race in 2:12:12.

Japanese marathon runner Yuki Kawauchi won 1st place with