Oyuntsetseg, Sukhbat, Tegshjargal and Oyunbaatar all won in the Mongolian Youth National Championships
The Mongolian Youth National Championships was their top selection event for their female and male hopes in Ulaanbaatar. The winners have got the chance to compete in the upcoming ASBC Asian Confederation Youth Boxing Championships. The competition was a six-day long event which shows the high potential of the Mongolian youth boxers.
Altanbek Khulan, Yesugen Oyuntsetseg and Ganzorig Badmaarag were the key boxers in the women’s part of the competition while Enkhzorigt Sukhbat, Bayarsaikhan Altantulga, Enkhtur Tegshjargal and Tulga Oyunbaatar were the bests in the male event.
Mongolia will be hosting the upcoming new edition of the ASBC Asian Confederation Youth Boxing Championships in their capital city in November and their new hopes are preparing to the event with full speed. Their best hopes will be attending in the upcoming Bornemissza Memorial Tournament and other further competitions.
The Mongolian youth boxers achieved medals in the recent editions of the junior and youth international events including the ASBC Asian Confederation Youth Boxing Championships and the ASBC Asian Confederation Junior Boxing Championships.
Following B. Janargul’s success at the female light flyweight (48kg) which was the opening final in the sixth competition day, Altanbek Khulan proved her very best at the flyweight (51kg). The 17-year-old boxer was Junior National Champion in 2018 and joined to the youth age group this January but she controlled her final against M. Ganbolor.
Yesugen Oyuntsetseg is the most experienced female youth boxer in Mongolia who competed in several tournaments in 2017 and in 2018. The Mongolian featherweight (57kg) boxer returned from an injury and dominated her final against N. Munkhtsatsral which was a quick bout finished after two minutes with Oyuntsetseg’s success.
Ganzorig Badmaarag also joined from the junior age group and following her national titles she claimed her next one after beating M. Tsetsegdari at the lightweight (60kg). Burenchimeg Davaakhuu is also an experienced youth boxer who shocked her final opponent A. Anujin in the title bout of the light welterweight (64kg).
Mongolia’s international level male boxer Enkhzorigt Sukhbat has got strong junior results and the two-time National Champion controlled the final of the light flyweight (49kg) against D. Ganbold. Bayarsaikhan Altantulga was born in 2002 and he is spending his first year among the youth boxers but he is also a key international athlete at the flyweight (52kg). Mongolia’s new generation has got bright future and Altantulga could be one of their top stars in the upcoming years following his performance in the Youth Nationals.
Enkhtur Tegshjargal had excellent junior results who moved up to the bantamweight (57kg) in the recent half year and technically he was better than G. Lundaa in the final of the national event. ASBC Asian Confederation Youth Boxing Championships bronze medallist 18-year-old Tulga Oyunbaatar is a super talented boxer who has been attending in the international events since 2016 therefore his success over E. Usukhbayar in the final of the light welterweight (63kg) was not a surprise.
List of the winners in the Mongolian Youth National Championships
Women’s 48kg: B. Janargul
Women’s 51kg: Altanbek Khulan
Women’s 54kg: B. Zoljargal
Women’s 57kg: Yesugen Oyuntsetseg
Women’s 60kg: Ganzorig Badmaarag
Women’s 64kg: Burenchimeg Davaakhuu
Women’s 69kg: E. Namuun
Women’s +69kg: Tsolmonbaatar Namuun-Ursgal
Men’s 49kg: Enkhzorigt Sukhbat
Men’s 52kg: Bayarsaikhan Altantulga
Men’s 57kg: Enkhtur Tegshjargal
Men’s 63kg: Tulga Oyunbaatar
Men’s 69kg: Ts. Luvsanjalbuu
Men’s 75kg: B. Gantulga
Men’s +75kg: Tserenkhishigt Munkhjavkhlan
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