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Mongolia Junior Training Camp

Monday 30 November

Mongolia Junior Training Camp

Mongolia’s ATTU “Aim for the Stars” National Project was a Junior Training Camp held 12-26 October at the Bayanbuural Sport Complex.

8 boys, 10 girls and 4 coaches participated bringing together players from multiple provinces for the first time.

Rubbers were provided for the players as well as 1300 balls for the camp

 

 

Bibish Bayarmagnai from Foreign Department of MTTA said:

 “I'm happy that we were able to complete this project during the difficult time with Covid. After 11 November our country was completely locked down. Still can't go outside now.   

This time we tried to involve other province junior players. Before they didn't have any chance to have full time training with others. 

So all the junior players were very happy and joined all the training well. 

Thank you for your support again. Thank you very much ATTU “Aim for the Stars” “

 

Ser-Od Gankhuyag. Junior Boy participant commented:

“I trained for 14 days in the Bayanbuural sport complex, it was really interesting.
Of course, there were some difficult things about hard training, but I wasn't the only one, so I tried harder and harder.
Also, because I was with younger players together, I tried to be a good role model to them.
The first week was very busy, and had very hard training but later our coach reduced the training a little bit. Because we had straight competition after this training. Thank you very much to MTTA and ATTU “Aim for the Stars”.”

 

Undram Munkhbat. Junior Girl participant advised:

“The training was excellent for me. I've able to pay attention only to my training, and didn't worry about any budget, accommodations and food.
About the training, in the morning from 6:30 - to 7:30 we used to run outside for an hour. And we had 3 times full training everyday for 2 weeks. It was a very valuable and effective time for me. After this training, I got a Silver medal from the Ulaanbaatar city Championship single's. And thank you so much to MTTA and ATTU “Aim for the Stars” “.   

 

Editor: Glenn Tepper

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