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Post by A.Presman » Mon Apr 29, 2013 22:03

http://www.infomongolia.com/ct/ci/5811

Mongolia's first woman draughts grandmaster was recognized.

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Post by A.Presman » Thu Aug 22, 2013 22:15

http://ubpost.mongolnews.mn/?p=5589

Women’s Draughts World Championship to take place
By B.Tungalag
As the Mongolian Draughts Federation reported, the Women’s Draughts World Championship will take place from October 1 to 10 this year in Ulaanbaatar. The competition will attract players from Russia, China, Ukraine, Netherlands, Belarus, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, and Estonia. Mongolia will be represented by three players. A total of 16 players from 10 countries will take part in this international tournament.

An international judge from Lithuania, Rima Danileviciene, will be the general judge of the competition. In addition, the President of the World Draughts Federation (FMJD), Harry Otten, and the FMJD Director for Competition Affairs, Jatsek Pavlitsky, will attend the event as honored guests.
Aside from this championship, Mongolia will also organize the Rapid and Blitz Open World Championships for Draughts on October 2 and 3.

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Post by A.Presman » Fri Jun 20, 2014 13:27

http://ubpost.mongolnews.mn/?p=10037

Mongolia seizes 67 medals in Asian Draughts Championship

Trans. by B.TUNGALAG

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The 7th Asian Draughts Championship took place from June 10 to 15 in Bangkok, Thailand.
Mongolian droughts players won a total of 67 medals at the Asian Draughts Championship; including 20 gold, 23 silver and 24 bronze medals. Mongolia was followed by China, with 15 medals, and Kazakhstan, with eight medals.
Organizer of the championship, Thailand captured two silver medals.
Draughts players from 10 countries, namely China, Mongolia, Thailand, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Japan, Malaysia, Sri Lanka, Turkmenistan and Singapore participated in the Asian Draughts Championship in six age categories.
From Mongolia, a team of 100 people, including draughts players, coaches and officials, participated in the event.
Mongolian draughts players A.Sulyeman, G.Kherlenmurun, G.Duurenbileg, B.Enkhriilen, B.Munkhjin, P.Erkhembileg, S.Munkh-Orgil, E.Uilstuguldur, B.Unurjargal, L.Nadmid, G.Tuul, Ts.Enkhtsetseg and
S.Enkhtuvshin received the title of Asian Champion.

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