Participants share experience at judo training camp

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Training: A two-day friendship judo tournament between Bhutan and Nepal concluded with a joint training camp at the Pelkhil School in Thimphu yesterday.

BOC President assumes IRC chairmanship

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Olympic: The President of the Bhutan Olympic Committee (BOC) His Royal Highness Prince Jigyel Ugyen Wangchuck, was appointed as the chairman of the International Relations Committee of the Olympic Council of Asia during the 34th General Assembly of the Council, in Ashgabat, Turkmenistan on Wednesday.

KGAT begins in east

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Archery: The Khesar Gyalpo Archery Tournament (KGAT) started in Trashigang yesterday with three teams from the gewogs of Merak, Sakteng and Radhi.

BFF trains women footballers

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Football: A five-day FIFA Women Coaching Course is underway to promote women’s football in the country.

National team sees big opportunities ahead

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Football: The journey of Bhutan’s national football squad through the World Cup Qualifiers has not been easy.

National team told to improve

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Football: After losing to Qatar by one of the highest margins during the World Cup qualifiers on September 3, the Bhutan Football Federation (BFF) is now exploring measures to enhance the performance of the team.

BoB National League resumes

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Ugyen Academy beats BCFC in a 10-goal thriller

BoB League: Ugyen Academy FC defeated Bhutan Clearing FC (BCFC) 6-4 in the first game after a month long break in the on going BOB National League that resumed on Sunday.

RAHSS wins monsoon tournament

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Football: Rangjung Autonomous Higher Secondary School (RAHSS) were crowned champions of the monsoon football tournament in Trashigang after they beat Mithidrang United FC on penalty shootout 5:3 on Saturday.

The fairy tale has come to an abrupt end

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The Dragon boys conceded 28 goals in three matches

Analysis: That Bhutan lost its third straight World Cup qualifying match to the 2022 FIFA World Cup host, Qatar on Thursday didn’t come as a surprise although a trouncing of 15 goals to nil came as a bit of a shock.

National team regrouping after unexpected rout

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Football: After being easily brushed off by a significantly superior Qatar team on Thursday, the national team is divided on what went wrong.

Bhutan dominated by Qatar 0-15

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Football: Bhutan lost its third match of the second round of the World Cup qualifiers by its largest margin so far, to Qatar, yesterday.

Injury forces Gopa Tashi Norbu out

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Boxing: Royal Bhutan Army boxer, Gopa Tashi Norbu’s dreams of a medal at the Asian Confederation Boxing Championships in Bangkok ended abruptly after he suffered a shoulder injury in the quarterfinals yesterday.

National squad to give their best against Qatar

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Football: Bhutan will face Qatar at 10pm BST today at Jassim Bin Hamad Stadium in Doha, Qatar.