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26th Sept 2013 The winning lot for the ‘Green Prize’ drawn through free raffle during the final of the 17th Yangphel Open Archery Tournament is 8044.
This is 2nd draw of the lot since there was none to claim the earlier drawn number.
The winner must contact Yangphel Office near Memorial Stupa by Oct 31, 2013 afterwhich the prize would be given away in next year’s tournament.
(Yangphel Archery Committee)
PRIZES WON; RECORDS CREATED; CREAM LEFT by-Tsewang
Aug 22 the Yangphel Archery Committee has declared the winners of the league based prizes, which is the most of the prizes. Except for the Finals Most Valuable Players, all of winners for the individual prize categories have been announced. Along with Finals MVP, the three best team prize categories are yet to be decided which would be during the final match of Sat Aug 31.
Since all of the tournament participants would play three league matches despite the team performance, so most of the prizes are based on league in order to provide the same level of opportunities to all. These are winners and the prize items: Read more…
SURPRISE CHAMPION AND SURPRISE IN STORE by-Tsewang
20th Aug 2013 the end of the knockout today could have marked beginning of the inset competitions had it been last year or before. But this year, two days before the end of the knockout, the seeded (chani) shootout and Best of Bhutan (the Top 15) shootout was held on the Aug 18 and the winners declared.
It was surprise when 7th league ranked Sherab Tharchen surpassed all of the big names like Read more…
Forty-nine young people draw their invisible bows in six different steps to the loud calls of their instructors at Changlingmithang field for full five week days. Along with the drawing of imaginary bows (sometimes replaced by rubber bands), to develop the right form for shooting arrows, they also undergo physical trainings such as running, stretching and weight trainings. Read more…
Marchang Ceremony During archery tournaments by-admin
Like everything else, the other side of archery begins with God. Every time a tournament is under way, there are suddenly silent, unassuming, sentinels at every sacred place. One archer can’t quite forget his moment of triumph, even though it was not in the real game, and still gets ecstatic every time he regales listeners with the story. Temples and deities are much, or most, sought during tournaments. Archers say the simplest short cut to victory is appeasing your protectors and carrying to the game a piece of anything blessed by the deities.