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Updates on Mongolian Sport events, from traditional wrestling and horse races, to sumo competitions, camel and yak polo and the olympic games.

Mongolia beats Guam, ranks fifth in East Asia Football Championship PDF Print E-mail
Written by Ariunbold Altankhuyag   
Monday, 25 June 2007
Mongolia beat Guam 5-2 on Sunday during the East Asian Football Championship in Macao. The win resulted in Mongolia being ranked fifth in the tournament. 

Guam scored first just one minute into the game on a penalty shot. Within five minutes, Guam scored again to lead Mongolia 2-0. 

However, Enkhtivan Dagva scored in the 24th minute and, in a remarkable performance, Bayarzorig Davva scored two goals in a row as Mongolia took the lead 3-2 over Guam. 

Before halftime, Garidmagnai Bayasgalan scored on a long-range shot from midfield as Mongolia went ahead 4-2. 

Mongolia’s final goal came when Anar Batchuluun made a shot on Gerelt-Od Sukhbaatar's pass. 

Mongolia’s final goal was in the second half, when Anar Batchuluun made a shot on Gerelt-Od Sukhbaatar's pass to give Mongolia a 5-2 lead.  

Six teams are participating in the tournament and the winner will take the berth for the East Asian Championship in 2008.

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Athletes meet in Ulaanbaatur’s for Asian Boxing Championship PDF Print E-mail
Written by Ariunbold Altankhuyag   
Wednesday, 06 June 2007
Athletes from 20 countries have descended upon Mongolia for the 24th Asian Boxing Championship. 

During opening ceremonies at Ulaanbaatur’s wrestling palace, 140 athletes gathered prior to the first boxing matches. Eleven championship medals will be awarded during the tournament. 

China is represented by 11 boxers, including 2005 world champion Zou Shiming. 

Between 1971 and 1997, Mongolia won 40 championship boxing medals. However, Mongolia has not won a single medal since 1997.

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Mongolia’s Hakuho advances in Japanese sumo wrestling tournament PDF Print E-mail
Written by Ariunbold Altankhuyag   
Monday, 28 May 2007

Mongolian sumo wrestler, Hakuho, won his 13th bout in the same number days on Friday as he advanced in Japan’s Summer Grand Sumo Tournament.  

Hakuho, the defending champion, showed his legendary might during Friday’s contest with Japan’s Kotomitsuki. However, 22 year-old Hakuho used his overwhelming power to shove Kotomitsuki out of the ring to win the match. 

Another Mongolian sumo wrestling favorite, Asasekiryu, won his match on Friday for his 11th win. 

Sumo wrestlers from around the world are competing in the Japanese tournament. While Mongolia’s Hakuho is a favorite among those betting on the tournament, he is up against very tough competition from veteran sumo wrestlers.

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Mongolia places sixth at Asian Judo Competitions PDF Print E-mail
Written by Ariunbold Altankhuyag   
Wednesday, 23 May 2007

Mongolia finished in sixth place at the just completed Asian Judo Competitions in Kuwait. 

First place went to South Korea, which won three gold and four bronze medals. Japan came in second place with three gold and two silver medals. 

Other countries participating in the event were Uzbekistan, North Korea and Iran. 

Mongolian judo champions are increasingly competing in international competitions and more resources are being allocated to this Olympic sport.

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Ten year old boy to participate in the Asian and World chess championship PDF Print E-mail
Written by Ulaanbaatar correspondent   
Friday, 20 April 2007

MWN, Ulaanbaatar. The Mongolian Chess Association has provided a right to take part in the Asian Chess Championship and the World Junior Chess Championship to E.Enkhnar, a ten years old pupil of the fourth grade in the secondary school of Sukhbaatar Aimag. The Asian and World Championships will be organized in August in Al-Aya, the United Arab of Emirates and in November in Antalya, Turkey. E.Enkhnar has been training in chess since he was four years old. He has won about 20 medals at national, regional and aimag chess contests. He also successfully participated in the chess competition of the Children's Sports Festival organized in Ulaanbaatar last month. The Governor of Sukhbaatar Aimag has handed over a donation of one million togrogs to the junior chess player E.Enkhnar wishing him success at the upcoming Asian and World Championships.

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Dutch skaters find the ice is right at Khuvsgul Lake PDF Print E-mail
Written by Ulaanbaatar correspondent   
Thursday, 22 March 2007

KHOVSGOL LAKE, Mongolia, March 22 (Reuters) - Luke Distelhorst 

The quest for high-quality ice took 150 Dutch skaters nearly 7,000 km to the frozen north of Mongolia last weekend for an event which has its roots in a centuries-old race around the Netherlands.It would be hard to find more of a contrast with the quaint villages and towns of northern Europe than Khovsgol Lake, set in one of the world's least densely populated areas and surrounded by 3,000-metre mountains.An amateur offshoot of the historic Elf Steden Tocht or 11-City race in Friesland, northern Netherlands, the 200-km Winter Marathon targets non-professional skaters and has been held annually since 1974.

The increasingly variable freeze cycles back home, however, have forced organisers to look further and further afield for more reliable ice.

"The winters in Holland only allow long-distance skating once every five or six years now," said Daniel Rooijackers, director of Footsteps Asia, one of the organisers of the event.

Although the race has been held in eight countries over the last 30 years or so, the decision to travel across two continents to one of the most remote regions in the world did not come easily.

"When we first approached the Winter Marathon directors about holding the race in Mongolia, the first thing they said was, 'Mongolia!? No, never!'," D. Gantomor, director of Active Adventure Tours said at the end of the race on Sunday.

"But the conditions of the ice in Mongolia and the exotic and cultural atmospheres overwhelmed them."

So last weekend, a hardy bunch of Dutchmen and women, together with a handful of locals, raced for two days around a special 9.1-km track on clear blue ice under equally blue skies in moderate daytime temperatures of minus 10 degrees Celsius.

"Normally the Winter Marathon is 200km in one day," said Wiebe Barkey, vice president of the Winter Marathon Organisation.

"However we were worried about Mongolia's tendency to have high winds which can really tire the skaters out and can make it dangerous, so we did it in two days."

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Camel Polo hits Ulaanbaatar PDF Print E-mail
Written by B.Gantsetseg   
Thursday, 22 March 2007

The Camel Polo-Winter Festival-2007

Ulaanbaatar - the coldest capital in the world - had a premier this week as an event of Camel Polo was organized for the first time in the city boundaries. This event is usually organized in the Gobi, and people from Ulaanbaatar can only watch it from tv or read  from newspapers, but this time they had chance to see it live in the Yarmag valley near Ulaanbaatar city. 13  teams participated in the Camel Polo, from Ovorhangai, Bayanhongor  Dundgobi, Dornogobi provinces and a team from Inner Mongolia.

Also there was a camel race with the fastest camel was from Mandal –Ovoo sum in Omnogobi province.

The numbers of camels used to be in the millions in Mongolia before but now it is steadily decreasing (about 200 thousand) and Mongolia has done research about how to protect and promote camel product. The Camel Polo is quiet new sport in Mongolia and effort is made to develop this sport and promote the Mongolian Camel to many other foreign countries said The president of  Mongolian Camel Polo Association Mr. Oyunbaatar.             

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Mongolia' Ankle Bone Shooting Advertised in Thailand PDF Print E-mail
Written by Ulaanbaatar correspondent   
Thursday, 18 January 2007
An example show has been organized by representatives of the Mongolian Ankle-Bone Shooting Federation in Thailand to advertise this sort of national sports. The ankle-bone shooting is a game played by two opponents or two teams and consisting in flicking small bullets at a number of ankle-bones arranged in a row. The show was broadcasted via a number of Thais TV channels, which was conducive to deepen bilateral cultural ties and advertise Mongolian national culture and sports to Thais public, according to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

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