Mongolian football team wins silver medal
Mongolian football team won a silver medal at the 15th Special Olympics World Summer Games taking place in Abu Dhabi, the United Arab Emirates.
Mongolian youths triumph over basketball tournament in Taiwan
Ulaanbaatar /MONTSAME/ Mongolian youths studying in Taiwan took first two places in a 3x3 Basketball Tournament held among university students. Kh.Bayasgalan, E.Saruul-Erdene, Z.Sugaraa and B.Sanchir formed two teams with some students of their university and competed with 22 teams. It is noteworthy that the youths study in Taiwan with basketball scholarships.
Football team of Singapore arrives in Ulaanbaatar
Mongolia is hosting qualification matches of 2020 U23 Championships by the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) to be held in Thailand. All matches of Group G will be held in Ulaanbaatar on March 22-26.
Mongolia wins second gold at Special Olympics
Mongolian athlete Kh.Baljinnyam won gold in women’s 100m run at the Special Olympics world Games.
Wrestlers of 12 countries to face off in Ulaanbaatar
The U23 Senior Asian Wrestling Championships will be taking place at the Buyant Ukhaa Sports Palace in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia on March 21-24. Over 200 wrestlers of countries, such as Iran, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan and Singapore, will be participating in the championship.
Ch.Anujin sets a record of all weights
National Powerlifting Championships launched on March 18 at Central Sports’ Palace.
Mongolian team claims 9th medal at Special Olympics
The Mongolian team claimed its 9th medal at the 15th Special Olympics World Summer Games taking place in Abu Dhabi, the United Arab Emirates.
Swimmer B.Elberelt wins gold at Special Olympics
National swimmer B.Elberelt grabbed gold at the Special Olympics World Games being held in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, becoming the first Mongolian athlete to win gold at the Special Olympics.
M.Khishigbayar wins Asian Disabilities Championship
The First Asian Disabilities Draughts-100 Championship took place in Tashkent, Uzbekistan on March 12-17. The athletes representing Mongolia won a total of 4 medals from the championship.
Female wrestlers win six medals at Sem Ladies Open
Mongolian female freestyle wrestlers under the leadership of coaches P.Chuluunbaatar and D.Enkhbat successfully competed in the Sem Ladies Open, an international girls’ freestyle wrestling tournament organized by Wyoming Seminary Girls Wrestling club of the USA on March 16.
Judokas win first medals of Special Olympics
The 2019 Special Olympics World Summer Games is taking place on March in Abu Dhabi, the United Arab Emirates from March 14-21.
L.Unubold wins gold at IJF Grand Slam
Mongolia’s judoka L.Unubold /60 kg/ won a gold medal at IJF Grand Slam-Ekaterinburg-2019, held in Ekaterinburg, Russia on March 15-17.
Avragch sports club to cooperate with German Boxing Association
Head of Avragch sports club of the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA), Colonel G.Erkhembayar signed a cooperation agreement with German Boxing Association.
Female boxers win 4 medals from international boxing tournament
The national female boxing team participated in the international boxing tournament named after the Kazakhstani boxer Marina Volnova, which took place on March 11-16, and won four medals.
Enerel claims bronze at IWF Youth World Championships
Mongolian athlete G.Enerel won bronze in the women’s 71 kg at the 2019 Youth World Championships by the International Weightlifting Federation, lifting a total of 105 kg.
Construction work of Winter Sports Palace to begin next month
On March 12, President of Mongolia Kh. Battulga met with the national hockey team that became a winner of Asia Challenge Cup 2019 tournament held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
D.Nomin-Erdene wins the Best Chess Player’s Cup at tournament in Greece
Women Grand Master D.Nomin-Erdene won the Best Chess Player’s Cup of the 5th International Open Chess Tournament Vardaris took place in Thessaloniki city of Greece on March 7-11.
Swimmers win two silver in Malaysia
Some 11 Mongolian swimmers successfully competed at the 55th Malaysia Invitational Age Group Swimming Championship held in Malaysia on March 7-10.
Four athletes qualify to compete in 2020 Summer Paralympics
Today, March 12, Minister of Education, Culture, Sciences and Sports Yo.Baatarbileg, received athletes, who qualified to compete in 2020 Summer Paralympics, and authorities of the National Paralympic Committee of Mongolia.
A.Gansukh: From the very beginning I have told the President “Not to go for the bargain if a horse-trade will be proposed for the case that I am being investigated by the IAAC and the Prosecutors”
Yolanda Fernandez Lommen: ADB to cooperate with Mongolian Government in new sectors next year