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Archery tournament in Australia to bring Bhutanese together

One hundred and four Bhutanese and an Australian are participating in an archery tournament that started in Canberra, Australia, yesterday.

Sports thrive despite pandemic in 2021 

Despite Covid-19 disrupting most of the sporting activities in the country...

Bhutan Grand Prix to attract best archers for Asian Games  

Bhutan is starting a Grand Prix. It is, however, not about...

Paro FC to face Club Valencia of the Maldives in AFC Cup 

BoB Bhutan Premier League 2021 champions  Paro FC  began their preparation...

DHSS leads under-15 Bhutan Amateur Baseball League

Winning all seven of the games they have played so far...

Lockdown locks  sporting activities   

Disrupting all sporting activities, the current lockdown has come as a disappointment for the Bhutan...

Shortage of infrastructure impedes sports development

Lack of or limited sports facilities, especially international-standard infrastructure, is one...

Stayed fit and prepared during the lockdown

Jogging in the sitting room, stretching rubber or doing numerous sit-...

Transport United FC ends trophy drought with President’s Cup 

Transport United FC won their major trophy after three years, defeating...

Paro Challenger win U-19 cricket tournament  

Paro Challenger beat U-19 Rebels by six wickets in the final...

Former Paro FC skipper joins a club in Kerala

The former skipper of Paro FC, Jigme Tshering Dorjee, made his...

Druk Lhayul beats Paro FC, UA FC humbles FC Youngster

Druk Lhayul beat Paro FC in a thrilling five-goal match in...

Punakha CC defeats Druk Knights

Punakha CC won by nine wickets against the Druk Knights in...

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