Government bans contact sports until further notice

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To contain the spread of Covid-19, the government has announced the prohibition of all the sports that involve physical contact. Prime Minister Dr Lotay Tshering said that minimising the people-to-people contact was critically important.
BAAF president and vice-president were re-elected during the annual general meetingkuensel

Athletes underperform for lack of quality training

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Dubbed the ‘mother of all sports’, athletics in Bhutan has come a long way since its introduction in the mid 1980s. 
BTF officials with the awardskuensel

ITF and ATF recognise Bhutan Tennis Federation

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The Asian Tennis Federation (ATF) and International Tennis Federation (ITF) recognised Bhutan Tennis Federation (BTF) for the development of sports and other activities in the country.
Team Gaulay Blasterkuensel

Team Gaulay Blaster wins the national open volleyball championship

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A group of men from Thimphu and Samtse formed a team called ‘Gaulay Blaster’ and won the national open volleyball championship held in Taktse College, Trongsa.
Ten teams are taking part in the two-week competition organised by BFFkuensel

Improving women’s football, albeit slowly

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It rained goals at the opening day of the High Quality National Women’s Championship in Gelephu on December 21. 
Paro FC gets an automatic spot to represent Bhutan in the AFC Cup which is a tournament for the Asian Clubs (Photo: Paro FC)

Paro FC to face Sri Lanka’s Defenders FC

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Champions of the BOB Bhutan Premier League, Paro FC will play against Defenders FC of Sri Lanka in the preliminary round of the South Asian Zone qualifiers for the 2020 Asian Football Confederation Cup (AFC) on January 22, in Sri Lanka.
Champions: Paro FC won 17 of the 18 games to win the national championshipKuensel

A tale of the Champions 

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As cliche as it might seem - they came, they saw, and they conquered! This sums up the journey of Paro Football Club.
Thank You: Bhutanese players thank the crowd, which in return bid them farewell with a standing ovation. The team brings home the first silver medal from an international tournament.kuensel

Maiden silver for U-23 squad

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In a show of natural grit, Bhutan’s under-23 football team fought till the last minute against the hosts in the final of 13th South Asian Games (SAG) in Kathmandu, Nepal yesterday. 

13th South Asian Games

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  Bhutanese archery team won five silver and three bronze medals at the ongoing 13th South Asian Games in Nepal 
Champions: Drukpol won six of the 10 games played during the entire tournament

Drukpol wins the maiden Thimphu volleyball league

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Team Drukpol defeated We Spikers volleyball club 3-2 in the finals of Coca-Cola We Care Thimphu Volleyball League at Changlimithang volleyball arena on December 8. 
Bhutan’s archers Kinley Tshering, Lam Dorji and Nima Wangdi played their first match in the individual recurve category at the ongoing 13th South Asian Games in Pokhara, Nepal yesterday. Kuensel

For the gold: Bhutan plays Nepal in the finals today 

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Bhutan’s under-23 football team will take on host Nepal in the finals of the 13th South Asian Games today at the Dasarath Rangasalam Stadium in Kathmandu, Nepal at 3:15pm (BST).
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“Our aim is gold” : Captain Chencho Gyeltshen

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Bhutan’s under-23 football team will represent the country in the first major football tournament when they meet Nepal on December 10 in the final of the ongoing 13th South Asian Games (SAG).
Bhutan’s archers Kinley Tshering, Lam Dorji and Nima Wangdi played their first match in the individual recurve category at the ongoing 13th South Asian Games in Pokhara, Nepal yesterday. Kuensel

Archers progress to next round

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Bhutan’s archers Kinley Tshering, Lam Dorji and Nima Wangdi played their first match in the individual recurve category at the ongoing 13th South Asian Games in Pokhara, Nepal yesterday.