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Pema Rigsel qualifies for elimination round

A 34-year-old para-archer, Pema Rigsel is through to the elimination round after he passed the Men’s Recurve Open Archery Ranking round at the Yumenoshima Park Archery Field in Japan yesterday.   

Gelephu FC to give its best in the remaining five games

Previously known as Tali Boys FC, the Gelephu FC is the...

Bhutan at Tokyo Paralympic Games

Team Bhutan took part in the opening ceremony of the Tokyo...

Archers complain no uniformity in implementing Covid-19 protocol

The number of players during an archery game is still limited...

Tensung FC lost both the games to Paro FC 

Paro FC (Tigers) defeated Tensung FC 3-0 to level up with...

Cityzens and Tigers on top

High Quality United FC thrashed Gelephu FC 8-0 in the ongoing BoB Bhutan Premier...

Bhutanese Paralympians undergoing pre-games training at SEISA Hakone Campus

Bhutan will begin its competition at the 2020 Tokyo Paralympic Games...

Archer Karma talks about her experience at the Tokyo Olympics

Of course, winning a place in the Olympics itself was a...

Bhutan prepares for FINA World Swimming Championships 

Swimmers Sangay Tenzin and Kinley Lhendup will represent Bhutan in the...

Bhutan withdraws from SAFF Championship 

Bhutan men’s national football team will not participate in the 2021...

Blind football – a new sport  

Phub Tshering from Wangdue hasn’t played football for the past 11...

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...

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