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Mongolian sumo wrestler Terunofuji becomes 73rd Yokozuna

Mongolian sumo wrestler Terunofuji will be promoted to yokozuna after the Japan Sumo Association’s seven-member Yokozuna Deliberation Council unanimously recommended his ascension to the sport’s highest rank on Monday.

Terunofuji will be officially named the sport’s 73rd yokozuna on Wednesday at

Mongolia continues to dominate Japanese Sumo, with Hakuho Victory

After years of injuries, the two behemoths Hakuho and Terunofuji both went 14-0 in the July 2021 Nagoya Grand Sumo Wrestling Tournament. The two, both undefeated and multi-time tournament champions, would face each other in this tournament final. At 36

Mongolia – a new cricketing nation?

The International Cricket Council – or ICC  – has announced that Mongolia will be one of its newest members during its 78th Annual General Meeting.

Mongolia and Tajikistan are the 22nd and 23rd members of the Asia region, while Switzerland is

Mongolia’s first woman Olympic flag bearer

At just 21 years old, 3×3 star O.Khulan has been selected to become the flag-bearer for Mongolia at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, the first-ever woman to get this honor.

The 5ft 11in (1.80m) player is starting to get used to making

Mongolia’s first ever Ice Palace ready to open

It is unbelievable that in Ulaanbaatar, reputedly, the coldest capital city in the world there is no ice palace. Until now, Mongolian athletes in training for winter games, have only been able to train in winter – when everything is

Two Mongolian Sumo champions stay perfect on Day 3 in Nagoya

Grand champion Hakuho continued his injury comeback in winning fashion on Tuesday at the Nagoya Grand Sumo Tournament, overpowering former sekiwake Daieisho to improve to a perfect 3-0.

The 36-year-old great anticipated his opponent’s thrusting attack and, after delivering a powerful

Mongolian athletes receive Olympic Solidarity grants

Seventeen of Mongolia’s most promising athletes have received their final Olympic Solidarity grants at Olympic House in Ulaanbaatar.

The scholarship holders have been receiving financial support for two years to assist them in preparations for the Tokyo 2020 Games.

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