manaih olon ulsiin temtseenuudees hamgiin anhnii delhiin avargiig bait harvaagaar avch baisan gedgiig olon hun meddeggui yum shuu, ih sonin. bur sots niigmiin uyed USA-d bolson temtseenees Demberel gej emegtei delhiin avarga bolj baisan.
medal garduulah yoslol boloogui, haaltiin ajillagaanii daraa huleen avalt bolood ter n heden dollariin gelee tax-tai uchir manaihan oroltsolgui shuud butssan baidag (mongo n hureegui yum shig baigaa yum, hun bur 20 dollar ch gel uu tax-tai baisan gesen, ter uyed baruunii ornuud ruu yavah humuust Mongol banknaas 5 dollar soliulah erh alban yosoor ogdog baisan, sayhan 1990-eed on hurtel iim baisan). tegtel ter huleen avalt deer medal garduulah yoslol n bolson, manaihand garduulj chadaagui uchir bur suuld altan medaliig araas n shuudangaar yavuulsan gedeg.
ene torliig hogjuulbel bas ireeduitei sportiin neg shuu.
USA-d bish, Angli-d 1971 ond awsan yum bna, Doljin Demberel gedeg hun..
http://www.archery.org/content.asp?me_i ... nt_id=6576
Olympic Solidarity contribution to Mongolian Archery
Lausanne – 29 November 2011
Mongolian National Archery Team
Olympic Solidarity (OS) awarded two scholarships for Mongolian archers for their London 2012 Olympic preparation. Also in 2009 a coaches’ scholarship was given to the Mongolian head coach Badamkhatan TSOGT.
The World Archery Development Department was contacted by the Mongolian National Olympic Committee (NOC) to inform them of the qualification of two archers for the upcoming London 2012 Olympic Games. Mongolia's last qualification for the Olympic Games was in 1996 for Atlanta. "This is a tremendous success for Mongolia Archery", said Otgontsagaan JUDGER, Secretary General of Mongolian NOC.
The team is training at the moment in Erdenet which is about 350km from the capital city, Ulaanbaatar. Erdenet is very well known for its mining industry which is also the main sponsor of the Mongolian Archery Association. Badam TSOGT's (head coach) programme is mainly based on general conditioning and specific training, as well as some technical shots, development and daily training on the field. TSOGT was awarded "BEST COACH" in 2008 by the President of Mongolia.
The first gold medal in Mongolian sports history was in archery. Doljin DEMBEREL won a gold medal at the World Championships in 1971 in Cardiff, United Kingdom. World Archery (still FITA at that time) awarded gold medals to the highest score shot at each distance (72 arrows) of a Double FITA Round. DEMBEREL scored 641 points at 30 metres, which was the highest score at the distance, and thus she won a gold medal.
World Archery would like to express its gratitude to the OS and Mongolia NOC for their tremendous support in the development of our sport.
World Archery Development Department
1972 onii Munich, Germnay-d bolson zunii olymp-d anh archery orohod ni manaihan bas oroltsoj baisiim bna:
http://www.tutorgig.info/ed/Mongolia_at ... r_Olympics
In the first modern archery competition at the Olympics, Mongolia entered one man and two women. Their highest placing competitor was Natjav Dariimaa, at 14th place in the women's competition.
Women's Individual Competition
Natjav Dariimaa — 2341 points ( 14th place)
Doljin Demberel — 2152 points ( 36th place)
Women's Individual Competition
Galsan Biambaa — 2253 points ( 43rd place)