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Bakhas wins first women’s open futsal championship

Bakhas Women FC from Thimphu won the first edition of the Bhutan Football Federation’s (BFF) open futsal championship for women yesterday in Thimphu.

266 participants from 22 countries register for virtual marathon

The eighth edition of the Bhutan International Marathon (BIM) will take...

New hall to accommodate more judokas  

The new dojo (judo hall) construction at Pelkhil School in Thimphu...

Archers being trained in safe compound bow draw technique

Archers are undergoing training to draw compound bows safely at the...

Archery ranges need more safety

The stray arrow has become a major concern for Thimphu residents...

Tenth edition of Thimphu open football  championship resumes 

Druk Lhayul FC defeated Ugyen Samphel Tyres FC 3-1 in the...

Two return home to pursue archery as life-long career after receiving training 

Two archers, who returned home from Japan after receiving three years...

Country’s first woman para-athlete 

The country’s first woman para-athlete, Kinley Dem, is busy practising at the Changlimithang shooting...

Paro to have better sporting facilities

Paro will have its first public football ground with artificial turf...

Archers number still limited to 10

Sporting tournaments were allowed starting March 1 based on the new...

Thimphu City FC to head to the Maldives for AFC game

The National Covid-19 Task Force has approved travel permit for Thimphu...

Sporting tournaments to resume from today 

As per the new protocol set up by the Bhutan Olympic...

Changlimithang to have top-quality volleyball courts

Bhutan Volleyball Federation (BVBF) is upgrading the volleyball courts at Changlimithang...

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