Mongolia Celebrates Sports Day in UB

Mongolian Sports federation celebrated Sports day on June 25, 2010.

They demonstrated the marching parade at the Sukhbaatar Square; also, the federation distributes flowers to athletes and accounted their success and victory in future.

There were many champions of continent and world, leading trainers and sport’s lover gather at the Square. Also, as a festival, there were organized closing ceremony of the 4th National sport festival, and it was become more splendor.

In addition, they played their gala concert in the National Academic Theatre of Opera and Ballet. In a festival Prime Minister, S.Batbold and S.Lambaa, Member of Parliament and minister of health handover cash award of MNT 336 million to famous Mongolian athletes, Kh.Tsagaanbaatar, S.Nyam-Ochir, E.Enkhtor, Ch.Yondon, M.Munkhmaa, Ts.Munkhzaya, D.Tumurkhuleg, Ts.Munkhzul, S.Miyaragchaa, T.Batchimeg and M.Badralmaa. In addition, 88 sports men became the best employee of sport federation, Association of National wrestling, archery and ankle-bone shooting organized successfully the 4th National sports festival, was awarded by the Mongolian State Committee of Physical Culture an Sports
source: The UB Post
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