English | Dzongkha Friday, September 21, 2018

Bhutan eliminated from recurve individual category competition

At the ongoing 18th South Asian Games in Jakarta, Sonam Dema lost in the round of 16 in the recurve archery in Women’s Individual to the host country Indonesia. With this, all five archers in the individual recurve category are out of the competition.

Compound archery team makes it to knockout round

The Bhutanese compound archery team at the 18th Asian Games has made it to the knockout round. The knockout round for both compound and recurve will take place today.

3 more taekwondo athletes eliminated from knockout stage

On the third day of the 18th Asian Games yesterday, three more Bhutanese taekwondo athletes were eliminated from the knockout stage.

Bhutan defeats Laos in Taekwondo but loses to China and Nepal

Sonam Yangtsho shed tears of joy as she beat her opponent Sonesavanh from Laos at the ongoing 18th Asian Games in the Indonesian capital Jakarta yesterday.

18th Asian Games gets underway in Jakarta

The 18th Asian Games opened with a spectacular pyrotechnic show in the Indonesian capital Jakarta Saturday evening. 24 Bhutanese athletes are representing the country at the games.

India wins SAFF U-15 women’s championship

India is the new champion of the SAFF Under-15 Women’s Championship 2018. In the finals on Saturday, they defeated the defending champions, Bangladesh, by one goal to nil. Meanwhile, Bhutan secured a penalty shootout win over Nepal to confirm the third position.

Bangladesh, India to play finals of SAFF U-15 women’s championship

Bhutan failed to advance to the finals of the SAFF U-15 Women’s Championship after losing to the defending champions Bangladesh 0-5 yesterday.

Bhutan loses to India in SAFF U-15 championship

Bhutan lost to the India 0-1 in the ongoing SAFF U-15 Women’s Championship on Monday.

Bhutan defeats Sri Lanka in SAFF U-15 women’s championship

Bhutan defeated Sri Lanka 6-0 in the SAFF U-15 Women’s Championship. Yesterday’s win is the Bhutanese team’s first in the ongoing championship.

Bhutanese athletes prepare for Asian Games

With the 18th Asian Games just a week away, a group of 25 Bhutanese athletes, who will represent Bhutan at the games, are undergoing intensive training and practice. The athletes will take part in taekwondo, archery, boxing and golf competitions.

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