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20 January 2016 | in NUSF News

NUSF Secretary General awarded -Merited Coach of Mongolia- Title

 

 

ULAANBAATAR - NUSF Secretary General Mongolia Dr. Jargalsaikhan D received the Order of Sports Service Merit, also known as ‘Merited Coach of Mongolia’, the country’s highest honour and recognition for a person in sports administration, on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the participation of Mongolian athletes at the Summer Universiade (1965-2015).

Dr. Jargalsaikhan was awarded the ‘Merited Coach of Mongolia’, on 28 December, 2015 by the Presidential Office of Mongolia as an appreciation for his contribution to the country’s development of University Sports. For 26 years of service in the NUSF of Mongolia, Dr. Jargalsaikhan has been successfully working in the national, continental and international university sports movements. He also led a number of World University Championships (Chess 2002, Wrestling 2006, Boxing 2010 & Archery 2016) and Asian University Championships (Table Tennis 2008, Women’s Volleyball 2012 & Men’s Basketball 2016) in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia.

Dr. Jargalsaikhan also serves as member of CIC of FISU since 2007, Assessor of AUSF since 2004 and devoted much of his efforts in the research of ‘Universiade Education’ around the globe and Mongolia and published a book on ‘University Sports and Universiade’ in 2014.

Also, on the same day, including MSSF Executive Director Ms. Erdentuya Ch, 2015 Universiade champions Sumya D and Davaakhuu E, in total 9 athletes and officials were awarded the State’s highest awards by Presidential Decree. 

Mongolia has been a member of FISU since 1977 and through the years has become a very active FISU member association. Mongolian athletes have been participating in all Winter and Summer Universiades since the Summer Universiade in 1965.

 

(Source: MSSF Press Attaché B. Bayanbulag)

 

 

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