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Thinley Dorji

Standing on the victory podium with the national anthem in the background, his torso wrapped with the national flag and a gold medal around his neck. That was Thinley Dorji’s dream three years ago.

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Palestine hammers Bhutan (10-0)

After a slim victory over Bhutan in the away game at the Changlimithang stadium, the undefeated group leader Palestine thrashed Bhutan (10-0) in the third round of AFC Asian cup qualification to qualify for the AFC Asian cup 2019 at Palestine yesterday.

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In a seven-goal thriller, the former national champions, Thimphu City Girls FC defeated the local team from Sakteng, Kuengyel FC by a lone goal on October 9 (4-3).

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Drangchu Beverages (Pepsi) and Bhutan Basketball Federation signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) in Thimphu yesterday.

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Team LU FC thrashed Toka FC 18:0 in the opening match of the Kadrin Chey Mewang Chog Open Football Tournament at Gyalpoizhing Astro-turf Football Ground on October 9. Sixteen teams from Bumthang, Trashiyangtse, Lhuentse and Trashigang are participating in the tournament organised by Mongar Football Association.

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Bodybuilding federation refutes allegations by athlete

Bhutan Bodybuilding and Weightlifting Federation (BBWF) issued an official statement yesterday refuting the allegations made against the federation’s President by one of the contestants Sangay Tsheltrim following the results of the ninth World Bodybuilding and Physique Sports Championship in Mongolia.

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Royal Academy of Performing Arts (RAPA) won the first-ever departmental volleyball tournament in the men’s category. JDWNRH won the tournament in women’s category.

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