1st Annual Johnny Strange Bhutan Skate Program

The Bhutan Olympic Committee (BOC) in collaboration with the Strange Family will be organizing the first Annual Johnny Strange Bhutan Skate Program from August 13-18, 2019 at the Bebena Skate Park in Thimphu. The six-day long program will be guided by two expert skaters from the United States of America. According to the BOC, best […]

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2nd edition of Women’s Open Volleyball Championship underway

The 2nd edition of the Women’s Open Volleyball Championship organized by the Bhutan Volleyball Federation (BVF) kicked off at the Changlingmethang National Volleyball Arena starting yesterday. A total of 18 teams from different Dzongkhags are taking part in the championship. The ongoing championship is currently being played in continuous rain as the lack of an […]

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Fifth India-Bhutan Friendship Tennis Tournament on track

The six-day 5th India-Bhutan Friendship Tennis Tournament (IBFTT) began on July 2 and finals would be played tomorrow at the National Tennis Centre, Changlimethang, Thimphu. Tennis lovers can watch the finals that would be broadcasted live on Bhutan Broadcasting Service channel 2 from 9:30 am onwards. Gracing the launch of the event, Ambassador of India […]

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Two football academies to start next year

The Bhutan Football Federation (BFF) will start two full-fledged football academies from next year – one for boys in Changjiji and the other for girls in Gelephu. The BFF has already started working on infrastructure development at both academies. Both academies are expected to start in the next academic year. Both the football academies will […]

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Gold Cup kicks off Monday in Phuentsholing

Twelve teams – six from Bhutan, four from India and two from Nepal – will be playing in the prestigious and much-awaited Jigme Dorji Wangchuck memorial Gold Cup at the Phuentsholing Sports Association (PSA) ground from Monday. This football championship was first started in 1987 as an annual event and saw teams from Nepal and […]

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Thinley Wangmo becomes Under-19 Badminton Champ

True to the expectation of many, a class 12 passed student of Phuentsholing Higher Secondary School, Thinley Wangmo, emerged winner in the Woman’s Final Badminton Championship (U-19) held in Phuentsholing last week after winning four matches in a row. The 18-year-old champ credits her success to her parents and coaches who have been supporting her. […]

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