Mongolian National Judo Team
Back Row (Standing): From Left to Right
B.Sugarjargal (+100 kg), N.Tuvshinbayar (-100 kg), E.Enkhbat (90 kg), D.Nyamkhuu (81 kg), S.Nyamochir (73 kg), Kh.Tsagaanbaatar (66 kg), D.Tomorkhuleg (60 kg), B.Bat-Erdene (48 kg), M.Bundmaa (52 kg), Ts.Monkhzaya (63 kg), P.Lkhamdegd (-78 kg), D.Tserenkhand (+78 kg)
Front Row (Sitting): From Left to Right
B.Temuulen (-100 kg), B.Ariun-Erdene (90 kg), D.Uuganbaatar (81 kg), G.Purevdorj (73 kg), S.Myaragchaa (66 kg), D.Amartuvshin (60 kg), M.Urantsetseg (48 kg), T.Battogs (57 kg), S.Enkhzaya (? kg), Ts.Naranjargal (70 kg)
Not Pictured: A.Davaanyam (+100 kg): He’s the guy stuck in guard in the 7th row, middle picture below.
The Mongolian National Judo Team picture appeared on the front page of TAVAN TSAGARIG (5 Rings), Mongolia’s largest daily sports newspaper, on Sunday, September 5, 2010, and in UB Post, Mongolia’s largest English newspaper, on Wednesday, September 8, 2010. The training pictures were taken over two days, Thursday, September 2nd and 3rd, before the team left for the 2010 World Judo Championships in Tokyo, Japan, which took place from September 9th-13th. The Mongolian team took home two bronze medals: Kh.Tsagaanbaatar (66 kg) for the men, and M.Bundmaa (52 kg) for the women. Awesome, for a country of 2 million!