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27 July 2015 | in Universiade 2015, NUSF News, Summer Universiade, Sport Shooting, Judo

Mongolian Prime Minister meets 2015 SU Medallists

 

ULAANBAATAR –The Prime Minister of Mongolia, Mr. Saikhanbileg Chimed met with the Mongolian athletes who won a medal at the recently held 28th Summer Universiade in Gwangju, Korea to congratulate them for their efforts and their successful participation.

The government of Mongolia had decreed in 1998, to provide financial support to athletes who are successful winning medals.“I would like to congratulate and wish the athletes and coaches success again for their struggles in glorifying their nation at the Summer Universiade in Gwangju”, the Mongolian Prime Minister said during this celebration.

The honoured student-athletes were Sumya Dorjsuren, gold medallist in women’s judo 57 kg; Davaakhuu Enkhtaivan, gold medallist in individual men’s shooting 10 m air pistol, silver in team 10 m air pistol and team men’s 50 m pistol bronze medallist; Urantsetseg Munkhbat, bronze medallist in women’s judo 48 kg and Tuguldur Oyun and Badamgarav Enkhtaivan, silver and bronze medallists in the men’s team events in shooting.

 

(Source: NUSF MGL)

 

 

 

 

 

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