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2019/09/23

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Mongolia’s football team becoming stronger

Football is hardly the most popular sport in Mongolia – but that may start to change after the country has appearance in the second round of World Cup qualifying.

Tajikistan has become the first team to defeat Mongolia in a World

Judo for Presidents in Vladivostok

The International Judo Federation (IJF) Honourary President was joined by former judoka Mongolian President Kh.Battulga along with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.

The competition took place over four days, with the event forming part of

World standard football ground opens in Ulaanbaatar

A new world standard football ground with a track has been constructed in the 19th Khoroo of Ulaanbaatar’s Chingeltei District. The 108 m x72 m pitch with 2000 seats is surrounded by a 400-meter track. In total, 80,000 hectares of

Mongolian champion of Dragon House MMA wins match

Mongolian champion of ‘Dragon House MMA’, D.Batsumberel, won his first match against James Terry from ‘Bellator MMA’ on Saturday.

32-year-old D.Batsumberel has 6 wins and one defeat. His opponent James Terry has 20 wins out of 30 fights.

D.Batsumberel became champion of

Mongolia qualifies in the second round of Asian World Cup

The second round of Asian World Cup qualifying is underway. On Thursday, Mongolian footballers beat Myanmar 1-0 in Ulaanbaatar. Amaraa Dulguun scored the lone goal in the 17th minute of the Group F match. The winner of each of the

Mongolian power girl to compete in the World Weightlifting Championships 2019

Mongolia’s weightlifter M.Ankhtsetseg is now training to compete in the World Weightlifting Championships 2019 to be held in the Kingdom of Thailand on September 18-27.

M.Ankhtsetseg has represented Mongolia at international competitions and continental and world championships including the Asian Youth

Hakuho obtains Japanese citizenship

Record-breaking sumo champion Hakuho said Tuesday he had given up his Mongolian nationality in April and has now acquired Japanese citizenship, clearing the way to run his own stable of wrestlers in the future.

As Japan does not allow multiple nationalities

FIBA praises Mongolia as Most Improved Nation

The Mongolian National Team won the 3×3 Most Improved Nation award, taking the first place with the highest number of ranking points gained during the period of 2017 to 2019. The award was presented at the XXI FIBA World Congress