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L.Molomjamts wins Crystal Cup

The 31st Bolor Tsom (Crystal Cup), a poetry competition, was held in Arvaikheer soum of Uvurkhangai Province, home town of Labor Hero and celebrated writer D.Purevdorj who founded the competition, to commemorate his 80th birthday.
Poet L.Molomjamts won this year’s Crystal Cup with 18 points, followed by O.Tsend-Ayush.
L.Molomjamts previously won second place in the Crystal Cup twice and placed third once.
In this year’s Crystal Cup, the top 25 poets from over 200 who submitted materials gathered at the final event in Arvaikheer to perform their pieces.
Only five poets, B.Batsaikhan, L.Molomjamts, D.Usukh-Erdene, Ch.Uuganbayar, and O.Tsend-Ayush were left in the fifth and final round of the competition.
B.Batsaikhan placed third with 16 points, followed by Ch.Uuganbayar and D.Usukh-Erdene.
Judging the event were award winning writer B.Lhagvasuren, former Crystal Cup winner B.Galsansukh, Honored Member of the Mongolian Union of Writers and poet M.Saruuldalai and N.Davaadash.

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