Judoka M.Urantsetseg wins Mongolia’s first medal of Tokyo Olympics
On July 24, Mongolian judoka M.Urantsetseg faced off against Portuguese judoka Catarina Costa in the bronze medal match for the women’s 48 kg weight class, coming out victorious with 10-0 by applying the kansetsu-waza (joint lock) technique.
Mongolians in France participate in Marathon du Mont Blanc
A Mongolian team successfully participated in Marathon du Mont Blanc.
Yokozuna M.Davaajargal wins his 45th Emperor’s Cup
On the last day of the Nagoya Grand Sumo Tournament, 69th Yokozuna (Grand Champion) Hakuho M.Davaajargal came out victorious over his match against Ozeki Terunofuji G.Gan-Erdene, winning his 45th championship title with a perfect 15-0 record.
Int'l Cricket Council welcomes Mongolia, Tajikistan and Switzerland as new Members
On July 18, the International Cricket Council (ICC) welcomed its newest Member countries, Mongolia, Tajikistan and Switzerland at the ICC’s 78th Annual General Meeting.
President Khurelsukh wishes success to Mongolia’s Olympic athletes
President of Mongolia U.Khurelsukh attended the official Send-off ceremony for the Mongolian Olympic Contingent on July 9, 2021.
Judo athlete U.Duurenbayar and basketball player O.Khulan selected as Olympic flag bearers
Judo athlete U.Duurenbayar and 3x3 basketball player O.Khulan have been selected as the Olympic flag bearer for Mongolia at the Tokyo Summer Olympics.
S.Yadamdorj qualifies for Tokyo Paralympics
The qualification of Mongolian judo wrestler S.Yadamdorj (men’s 60kg) for the 2020 Summer Paralympics has been confirmed by the International Paralympic Committee.
Michel&Amazonka to dress olympic athletes of Mongolia
The sports and ceremonial uniforms have been unveiled for the national team of athletes that will be competing in the Tokyo Summer Olympics.
Medalists of Olympics and world championships to receive grants
At its regular meeting on July 7, the Cabinet approved a draft resolution on grants to be given to athletes and coaches in 2021.
Eighth Mongolian athlete qualifies for Tokyo Paralympics
Judo wrestler A.Munkhbat has become the 8thathlete to qualify for the 2020 Summer Paralympics from Mongolia.
Swimmers competing for Mongolia at Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games confirmed
The swimmers competing for Mongolia at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games have been confirmed, reports the Mongolian National Olympic Committee.
King Tug to fight for WBA Interim title
IBO world featherweight champion, silver medalist of the London 2012 Summer Olympic Games and 2009 World Amateur Boxing Championship State Honored boxer N.Tugstsogt will make his 14th appear in his professional boxing career on July 3 in Carson, CA, U.S.
IM B. Urantungalag qualifies for summer Olympics
During the 2021 Archery Final Olympic Qualification Tournament held on June 18-21 in Paris, France, a Mongolian archer B. Urantungalag won the fifth place in the women’s individual category, qualifying to compete in the ‘Tokyo 2020’ Summer Olympics.
President Kh.Battulga becomes acquainted with construction work of sports complex
On June 20, President of Mongolia Kh.Battulga and Minister of Education and Science L.Enkh-Amgalan became acquainted with the construction progress of the sports complex being built in the capital city’s Khan-Uul district.
Construction of Winter Sports Palace running at over 90 percent
The construction of the Winter Sports Palace being built in Khan-Uul district of the capital city is currently over 90 percent. Starting from this week, its Olympic-sized ice rink has also begun to be constructed.
IM E.Bilegsaikhan qualifies for Tokyo Olympics
Weightlifting athlete, IM E.Bilegsaikhan has qualified for the Tokyo Olympic Games. She will be competing in the women’s +87 kg weight class. The International Weightlifting Federation published the final list of athletes ranking those that have been selected for the Tokyo Olympics on June 11.
Mongolian gymnast wins gold at US national championships
Mongolian girl M.Michelle won gold medal in individual ribbon at the 2021 Rhythmic Development Program National Championships held in Indianapolis, USA on June 9-13.
Mongolia’s 3x3 basketball success and achievements highlighted
Hong Kong has announced that it will be hosting 3x3 basketball World Tour Masters with a hefty budget of USD 1.2 million. Since 3x3 basketball game was included as part of the Olympic basketball programme, starting with the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020, it has been gaining worldwide attention to become a fast-growing urban sport in a myriad of countries.
E.Sumiya grabs silver at UWW Poland Open
The United World Wrestling’s (UWW) final Ranking Series event, the 2021 Poland Open is taking place in Warsaw, Poland on June 8-14. In the women’s 55 kg weight class, IM E.Sumiya has won the silver medal.