Three athletes to represent Mongolia at Paralympic Winter Games
IM B. Ganbold, IM Ts. Dashdorj and IM B. Tserenpuntsag qualified to compete in the Beijing 2022 Paralympic Winter Games. Athletes will test their speed in men’s 20km and 10km cross-country skiing, 1.2km sprint and alpine skiing.
Leaders of Mongolian and Chinese Olympic committees hold meeting
Leaders of the Mongolian National Olympic Committee held a meeting with Vice President of the Chinese Olympic Committee, Vice Minister of the State General Administration of Sports of China Li Yingchuan in Beijing, China.
Mongolia’s national costume worn by athlete B. Achbadrakh to be presented to IOC Museum
Today, authorities of the Mongolian National Olympic Committee (MNOC) exchanged views on cooperation with James Mcleod, Director of the NOC Relations Department and of Olympic Solidarity, and Jérôme Poivey, Head of Institutional Relations and Governance – NOC Relations Department, IOC.
E.Erkhes wins two gold medals at Mad Wave Classic-2022
All-Russian Mad Wave Classic -2022 swimming tournament took place in Kazan, Russia on February 12-13.
Sh.Davaadorj wins four medals at Scandinavian Winter Swimming Championship
Mongolian swimmer Sh.Davaadorj claimed four medals at the Scandinavian Winter Swimming Championship.
Meeting held with IOC President
B.Battushig, first Vice-President of the Mongolian National Olympic Committee and member of International Olympic Committee, met with Thomas Bach, President of the International Olympic Committee.
IM B.Achbadrakh surpasses his achievement, finishing 65th
Representing Mongolia in the Winter Olympic Games, IM B.Achbadrakh today raced in the men’s 15km classic and finished in 65th in 43:29.9.
Beijing 2022 Olympics: Mongolian skier A. Enkhtuul finishes 85th
Today, February 10, the Mongolian skier A.Enkhtuul tested her speed in the women’s 10km classical and finished in the 85th in 37 minutes 2.5 seconds.
Traditional winter sports festival to take place
The 7th festival of traditional Mongolian winter sports will kick off at Sky Resort ski resort on February 18-20 with a competition in ice knuckle-bone shooting and ice archery.
Beijing 2022 Olympics: Mongolian skiers test their speeds in free sprint
On February 8, IM A.Enkhtuul competed in the women’s free sprint event, becoming the first of the Mongolian athletes to compete in the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics.
Sh.Davaadorj grabs two medals at IISA World Championships
Mongolian swimmer Sh.Davaadorj won silver and bronze medals in breaststroke and butterfly at the 4th International Ice Swimming Association (IISA) Ice Swimming World Championships.
Mongolian athletes win four medals at Paris Grand Slam
On the first day of the Paris Grand Slam, February 5, Mongolian judokas won gold, silver, and bronze medals.
Prime Minister L.Oyun-Erdene attends Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics Opening Ceremony
On February 4, Prime Minister L.Oyun-Erdene attended the XXIV Winter Olympics Opening Ceremony that took place in Beijing, China. The event was attended by the Heads of State and Government of a total of 32 countries as well as executives of international organizations.
Mongolian Olympic athletes begin training in Beijing
Mongolian athletes, who headed to China yesterday to compete in the XXIV Olympic Winter Games, have settled in the Olympic Village and started their training today, February 1.
Mongolian judo athletes grab three bronze medals from Portugal Grand Prix
The 2022 IJF World Judo Tour kicked off with the Portugal Grand Prix, which took place in Almada, Portugal from January 28 to 30.
O.Purev wins at One Championship for second time
O. Purev, a champion of the 57 kg category of the Mongolian Mixed Martial Arts ‘MGL-1 FC’, defeated his opponent in the second fight of the ‘One Championship’ on January 28. At his latest bantamweight MMA bout with Micael De Jesus, O. Purev won by unanimous decision.
Mongolian boxers win 12 medals
Mongolian boxers won 12 medals in total /2 gold, 2 silver and 8 bronze medals/ at ASBC Asian U22 Boxing Championships held in Tashkent, Uzbekistan on January 20-29, 2022.
Mongolian skiers finish World Para Snow Sports Championships in 10th and 13rd places
The Lillehammer 2021 World Para Snow Sports Championships took place in Lillehammer, Norway on January 12-23, 2022. It was initially scheduled to take place last year, but the championships was postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
"Stalwart Esport" team claims USD 70,000 prize
Winners of ‘PUBG Mobile Global Championship 2021’, international e-sport tournament, have been announced.
“Mongolia is on the same level as developed countries for its development of IT and communications sector”
“InvesCore’s achievements will serve as a stepping stone for many more Mongolian companies to enter the foreign market”
B.Turmunkh: I illustrated 60 pieces for the updated version of ‘The Secret History of Mongols’