Chainga Dorjikuensel

Two Bhutanese bag second position in ‘My Life My Yoga’ competition 

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Two Bhutanese, Phuntsho Dema and Chainga Dorji came second in the international ‘My Life My Yoga’ online video blogging competition organised by the Ministry of AYUSH (Ayurveda, Yoga and Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha and Homoeopathy), India.
BFF’s President Ugen Tsechup with clubs’ representativeskuensel

BFF grants Nu 2M each to eight football clubs

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To ease the financial burden to football clubs amid Covid-19 pandemic, the Bhutan Football Federation (BFF) has granted Nu 2 million each to the eight clubs competing in the BoB Bhutan Premier League (BPL), yesterday in Thimphu.  
Archer Sonam Demakuensel

Archers compete virtually in tournament

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Bhutan Archery Federation (BAF) organised a two-day friendly archery tournament between Bhutan and Japan. The tournament was conducted without archers coming out in the archery ground. It was conducted virtually.
At the opening match between Paro FC and Druk Stars FC on Saturdaykuensel

A football league without spectators

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Although the opening game of Bhutan Premier League (BPL) at Woochu Sports Arena in Paro was screened live on BBS, it received a significant number of viewers, watching from the roadsides.
Tsenda Dorjikuensel

Debutant Tensung FC hold Transport United  1-1

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Newcomer in the BoB Bhutan Premier League (BPL) started their season with a good start after drawing Transport United FC, 1-1.
Druk Stars FC players during the training session yesterdaykuensel

Bhutan Premier League to begin today 

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Defending champions Paro FC will play Thimphu-based Druk Stars FC at the Woochu Sports Arena in Paro in the opening game of the 2020 BoB Bhutan Premier League (BPL) at 3pm today. 
Dawa Tshering, Thimphu City FC’s new midfielder cost the club Nu 250,000kuensel

Football clubs signs domestic players

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With the signing of foreign players restricted by the Covid-19 pandemic, local names are finding their value increase in the transfer market as the Bhutan Premier League (BPL) nears.
For this year’s event, 25 ultra-runners including five Bhutanese were supposed to participate in the run (Photo: Snowman Run Bhutan)

Snowman run deferred to next year

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The snowman run which was supposed to take place later this year on October 13 is postponed to October next year.
FutsalKuensel

Private turf operators back to good business

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Business is picking up for the private artificial turf operators since the government lifted the restrictions on sports, operators say. 
artificial turfKuensel

Artificial turf in Tsirang comes to life again 

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The artificial turf football ground in Tsirang has become busy soon after the government lifted the restrictions on sporting events. 
The ToD and the Dragon Fury races will be conducted once in two years from next year (file photo)

Sporting events resumes albeit slowly

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The 11th edition of the  Tour of the Dragon (ToD) competition scheduled in September is cancelled. 
Eight teams will compete in the upcoming Bhutan Premier Leaguekuensel

Lack of sponsorship hampers sports development 

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Finishing in the top five in the 2019 Bhutan Premier League (BPL) season, Druk United FC has booked a spot in the upcoming BPL. But the club had opted not to participate.
Druk Stars FC players during the training session yesterdaykuensel

No foreign players this season in the Bhutan Premier League 

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For the first time, Bhutan Premier League (BPL) will be played without international players due to the Covid-19 pandemic.