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  • Naidan Wins First Gold For Mongolia | Video

    Naidan Wins First Gold For Mongolia

    Tuvshinbayar Naidan claims Mongolia's first gold medal as he defeats Ashkat Zhitkeyev of Kazakhstan in men's half-heavyweight judo. Naidan shows more aggression at the start of the match, taking a commanding lead, but is unable to score an ippon. Zhitkeyev tries to pin Naidan, but the Mongolian counters with two more throws to win the gold. Judo 100kg Men Final - Beijing 2008 Summer Olympics - Tuvshinbayar Naidan (MGL), Askhat Zhitkeyev (KAZ)
  • Mongolia's parade during Beijing 2008 opening ceremony | Video

    Mongolia's parade during Beijing 2008 opening ceremony

    Judoka Makhgalyn Bayarjavkhlan leads Mongolia's Olympic athletes in the Parade of Nations during the Beijing 2008 Opening Ceremonies. Marching with pride the Mongolia athletes carry the Olympic hope of their nation. Mongolia - Parade of Nations - Opening Ceremony - Beijing 2008 Summer Olympics
  • Khaibulaev claims Judo gold for Russia | Video

    Khaibulaev claims Judo gold for Russia

    London 2012 - In the men's -100kg contest, Tagir Khaibulaev of Russia defeated Mongolian Tuvshinbayar Naidan with an ippon to claim gold. Watch highlights of the contest now.
  • Strong finish earns Carrazana Flyweight gold - highlights | Video

    Strong finish earns Carrazana Flyweight gold - highlights

    London 2012 - Cuba's Robeisy Ramirez Carrazana is crowned Olympic Flyweight champion after beating Tugstsogt Nyambayar of Mongolia at the ExCeL. Nyambayar, 20, enjoyed the lion's share of support but Carrazana edged the opening round 6-5 and after a level second, was awarded the third 7-5.
  • Chen Ying Wins Top Prize For China | Video

    Chen Ying Wins Top Prize For China

    Chen Ying of the People's Republic of China wins the women's 25m pistol event with an Olympic record score of 793.4. Otryad Gundegmaa of Mongolia leads the qualification round, but has some technical difficulties in the final. Chen comes from behind after finishing third in qualification to win the final and the gold medal for the host nation. Shooting 25m Pistol Final Women - Olympic Record (793.4) - Beijing 2008 - Chen Ying (CHN), Otryad Gundegmaa (MGL), Munkhbayar Dorjsuren (GER)
  • Zou Fights To Gold For China | Video

    Zou Fights To Gold For China

    Zou Shiming of the People's Republic of China wins the light flyweight class versus Mongolian Serdamba Purejdorv after he was forced to retire due to a shoulder injury. Zou comes into the fight with more experience and a bronze medal in Athens. In the first round, Purejdorv suffers a shoulder injury and cannot carry on the fight. Zou takes home the gold. Boxing 48kg (Light-flyweight) Final - Beijing 2008 - Zou Shiming (CHN) vs Serdamba Purejdorv (MGL)
  • Women's 63kg judo semifinals - all the action | Video

    Women's 63kg judo semifinals - all the action

    London 2012 - Republic of Korea's Da-Woon Joung takes on Lili Xu of China and Mongolia's Munkhzaya Tsedevsuren competes with Urska Zolnir of Slovenia for a place in the women's 63kg judo final. Watch the action as it unfolded.
  • Women wrestlers battle for 63kg Freestyle bronze | Video

    Women wrestlers battle for 63kg Freestyle bronze

    London 2012 - Canada's Martine Dugrenier meets Mongolia's Battsetseg Soronzonbold, while Monika Ewa Michalik of Poland battles Lubov Volosova of Russia in the women's 63kg Freestyle Wrestling bronze medal matched. Watch the highlights from their ties.
  • Light Middleweight Action In The Round Of 32 | Video

    Light Middleweight Action In The Round Of 32

    Samuel Kotey Neequaye of Ghana takes on Bradley Saunders of Great Britain and scores first in a spirited round one, but Saunders knocks Neequaye to the ground and wins by knock out. In the second match, Munkh-Erdene Uranchimeg of Mongolia starts and finishes well against Hastings Bwalya of Zambia and wins 12-8. Boxing 64kg (Light welterweight) - Beijing 2008 - Bradley Saunders (GBR) vs Samuel Kotey Neequaye (GHA), Munkh-Erdene Uranchimeg (MGL) vs Hastings Bwalya (ZAM)
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