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27 April 2011 | in Other Events, NUSF News

National Universiade Games Mongolia Fun Run

ULAANBAATAR - The Mongolian Student Sports Federation (MSSF) will organize its National Universiade Games Mongolia Fun Run on May 14th, 2011 in the country’s capital Ulaanbaatar.

In the past, the Fun Run has attracted more than 3,500 students from 20 universities and colleges. This year’s edition will start at 10:00 am and finish at 11:00 am approximately. The participants will run from national Sukhbaatar square (heart of Ulaanbaatar city) to Zaisan memorial Park.

Mr. Munkhbayar, Mayor of Ulaanbaatar together with city government members; Mr. Bayasgalan, FISU Treasurer and President of MSSF and Chairmen of Universities will attend the opening ceremony and present the awards and certifications to the students after the race.

Mr. Bat-ochir Ser-od, Mongolian Marathon star who ended in 9th place at the 2011 London International Marathon and Champion of the 2008 Beijing International Marathon, will also join the Fun Run.

 

(Source: MSSF)

 

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