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Blind football – a new sport  

Phub Tshering from Wangdue hasn’t played football for the past 11 years. The 27-year-old quit monkhood and sports in 2010 after becoming visually impaired. 

Women’s cricket team resumes practice for ICC Asia qualifier

The national women’s cricket team is using the Indian Embassy’s cricket...

Lhabchu wins first Bhutan Arm Wrestling Championship

Lhabchu, 38, from Chukha, was crowned the champion of the first...

Bhutanese Olympians miss medals at 2020 Tokyo Olympics

Bhutan’s last hope in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics concluded with the...

Delinquents win 2021 BoB A League Basketball Tournament

Winning two straight games in the final against Jachungs, Delinquents won the 2021...

Women’s cricket team prepares for ICC Women’s Asia qualifier

National women’s cricket team will be participating in the upcoming International...

Paro FC leads the first round of the 2021 BPL

Paro FC (PFC) is leading the first round of the ongoing...

Club for sustainable chess development

Almost eight years after the chess federation became dormant, the Bhutan...

Paro FC 2 -1 Transport United FC

 Paro FC beat Transport United FC 2-1 yesterday to rise to...

High Quality 7-0 Rinpung FC

High-Quality United FC (HQUFC) humbled Rinpung FC 7-0 at the Woochu...

Ngawang Namgyel is the first judoka to contest in Olympics

The International Judo Federation on June 24 offered a wild card...

Bhutan’s Olympians for Tokyo Olympics

At Langjophakha archery range in Thimphu, archers from Bhutan Archery Federation...

Zhoems beat Pazaps 92-71

Zhoems celebrated their third consecutive win defeating Pazaps 92-71 in the...

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