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Russian professional coach to train fencers

Mongolian fencers went to Selenge training base in Orkhon Province for a joint training.
Some 30 fencers are participating in the training. After the training, the fencers will compete in the Asian Fencing Championship, which is set to take place in Suwon, South Korea from July 2 to 7.
After the Asian Fencing Championship, Mongolian fencers are going to leave for Kazan, Russia to participate in the World Fencing Championship, which will take place from July 15 to 23.
Russian professional coach Alexander Luvovich came to train the Mongolian fencing team for the upcoming tournaments. He will work with the team for two months.

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