T.Enkhjargal wins bronze at Asian Cycling Championship


The 34th Asian Cycling Championship and the 21st Asian Junior Cycling Championship are taking place in Astana, Kazakhstan from May 21.
Cyclists from 41 Asian countries, including China, South Korea, Japan, Qatar, Thailand and Mongolia are competing in ten men’s categories and nine women’s categories in the Asian Cycling Championship.
From Mongolia, two female and 11 male cyclists, coached by State Honored Athlete J.Ulzii-Orshikh, Ch.Boldbaatar and J.Davaatogtokh, are participating in the Asian Cycling Championship.
International Sports Master T.Enkhjargal captured a bronze medal in the individual time trial category from the championship.
At last year’s championship, T.Enkhjargal won gold in the same category.
The Asian Cycling Championship will conclude on June 1.

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