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SOME LEAGUES COMPLETED; HIGH AND LOW BARS SET IN THE ONGOING YANGPHEL TOURNAMENT by-Tsewang
SOME LEAGUES COMPLETED; HIGH AND LOW BARS SET IN THE ONGOING YANGPHEL TOURNAMENT

18th Jul 2014              at the end of the 8th day of the tournament, much has happened. Some of the leagues (in different regions) of the ongoing 18th Yangphel Open Archery Tournament has been completed. Some individual players and then teams are shining and have already booked their place in the eliminations at Thimphu Changlimithang.

From Bumthang, Laya Tours and Chithuen Charos are coming to the Changlimithang. Laya Tours have hit total of 123 kareys – the 2nd highest so far in the tournament. Only team Ananpanan from Paro has the higher total of 135 kareys. While Ananpanan have played all of their 3 league matches, the Paro’s league will go on till July 26 to have other teams complete all of the three league matches, that a participating teams gets to play in the tournament. Read more…


2014 TOURNAMENT START OFF BLAZING by-Tsewang
2014 TOURNAMENT START OFF BLAZING

12th Jul 2014             the start of the 18th Yangphel Open Archery Tournament is seeing high performances, some being displayed, as expected, by the big names while few unknown archers are rising to get noticed. The 11th July start of the tournament saw 2008 Champion Gem Tshering hit 14 kareys in Paro match. He is leading team Jatsha Const. The same day, Jigme Norbu (team Druk Lhayul Const.) who has the highest per match average of 13.6 (from last year’s tournament) hit 13 kareys. These names are well known. 

But not many take Phub Dorji’s name while talking about the Gem Tshering or Jigme Norbu. Phub Dorji is better known for his Tshering Metog TV series and the studio with Read more…


REACHING OUT MORE (The Yangphel Tournament Extends further) by-Tsewang
REACHING OUT MORE (The Yangphel Tournament Extends further)

02 Jul 2014            the Yangphel Open Archery Tournament now extends further, with two additional venues for league being added to already ten districts in which the qualifying stages are played in. The newest addition is the district of Samdrupjongkhar filling in neatly the gap in the south eastern side of Bhutan. The young local organizer Read more…


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Aum Jashemaam for all, none for her by-admin

-June 4, 2009

Since ancient times, she has been revered and worshipped by the archers and the locals of Changzamtog. Now, even soccer players, volleyball players or basketball players join archers to seek her divine intervention to help win games. She is known to bestow her blessings to all those who seek them. She does not discriminate. Though she is the local guardian deity or ‘molha’ or of Changzamtog, she helps all those who have come from far and from other villages. She is known as Aum Ja-She-Maam, the lady guardian who graces the small stupa in Changzamtog area of Thimphu. Read more…


Shooting with unseen bows for a giant visible goal by-admin

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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…


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