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Mongolia wins first medal at London Olympics

Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia /MONTSAME/ An international master of sports S.Nyam-Ochir won the first bronze medal of the London Olympic Games for Mongolia in the men's 73 kg judo event held on Monday.

Mongolia Naadam 2010 program

by_karin_sofieMongolia will celebrate the annual  three-day...

Ski Season in Mongolia begins this weekend

By Dan and Unuruu


Genghis Grill Sponsors Mongol Rally

DALLAS, Sept. 3 /PRNewswire/ -- Genghis Grill - The Mongolian Stir Fry is well-known for its fresh, hot and healthy food, for its style of fun service, featuring build your own bowl - an INTERACTIVE style of exhibition cooking modeled after a...

Mongolian team conquers highest mountain in Europe

A Mongolian team of climbers conquered Russia’s Mount Elbrus on Sunday.

The Mongolian team was headed by the international master of sports, B.Gangaamaa.

The group included sports masters O.Batmanlai and A.Janarbek. Besides them,...

Two to represent Mongolia in world sharp shooting matches

Mongolia will be represented at qualifying matches in the Shooting World Cup to be held in Munich.

Ts.Monkhzul will compete in the women's 10 m air pistol event, while S.Zolboo will shoot in two men’s events with 10 m air pistol and the 50...

Mongolian cyclists share victory in competition in Viet Nam

Mongolian Sports Two Mongolian cyclists will share first place in an international...

Kh.Khash-Erdene to represent Mongolia at Canadian Olympics

Mongolian athlete Kh.Khash-Erdene has qualified to compete in the Vancouver-2010 Winter Olympic Games in Canada.

Kh.Khash-Erdene will participate in cross-country skiing, according to an announcement...

Ulaanbaatar golf tournament seeks to popularize game

A golf tournament begins April 18 in Ulaanbaatar.

The tournament, named after the late Ts.Baldorj, a Mongolian State Honored Cultural Figure and well-known journalist, seeks to expand the popularity of the game in Mongolia. It will be held...

Mongolians ranked second, third and ninth in world in competitive pistol shooting

A Mongolian athlete is currently
ranked as the number two target shooter in the world. 

O.Gundegmaa, Mongolia's...

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