The Kingdom of Bhutan, slightly larger than Switzerland, sent three sportswomen - who competed in archery- to the Olympics in Los Angeles, California,USA, in 1984. However, none of them were able to qualify for the second round. Enormously popular in Bhutan, archery is an Olympic sport since the 1900s, 먹튀.
Did you know- On March 14, 1968, in Phnom Penh, Cambodia's capital, sprinter Meas Kheng set a new Cambodian record of 12.0 seconds in the women's 100m. Between 1968 and 1972, Miss Kheng was one of the most respected athletes -male or female-- in the Asian nation, which boasted one of the worst Olympic systems in the world, probably worse than Afghanistan.
Did you know- Kuala Lumpur, the capital city of Malaysia, hosted the Women's Basketball World Championship in the early 1990s.
Did you know- At the 1982 Asian Games in New Delhi (India), in spite of the skepticism of sportswriters, the host country's team - traditionally the powerhouse in men's hockey-- won the Women's Asian Hockey Tournament. In fact, they was not favorites to win the continental title. Why? A year ago, the women's field hockey squad of India failed to compete for the World Cup. Field hockey is one of the most popular sports in India, the world's biggest democracy.
Did you know- The People's Republic of China hosted the Women's Football World Tournament in the early 1990s. Later on, by 1999, the Chinese squad was runner-up in the global event in America.
Did you know- By 1992,the South Korean squad became the first female team to take two consecutive Olympic handball gold medals. At the 1988 Olympiad in Seoul (South Korea), the local team provided the biggest upset of the Games when it defeated Norway 23-20 and won the Women's Handball Tournament.
Did you know- Azerbaijan's athlete Zemfira Meftakhetdinova placed first in skeet shooting in the Summer Olympics in Sydney (Australia) in 2000; the first national athlete to claim gold at the prestigious event.
Did you know- The People's Republic of China came in second place in women's softball at the Atlanta Olympics in the mid-1990s.Subsequently,the team from Japan took the silver medal in the 27th Olympic Games, behind the United States (gold). Four years later, at the 2004 Athens Games, Japan's Yukiko Ueno was one of the world's best players.
Did you know- Between 1954 and 1962, Haydee Coloso-Espino (The Philippines) picked up a total of 10 medals -three gold, five silver, two bronze-- in the Asian Games. At that time, she was a national celebrity in Manila, the capital city of The Philippines.
Did you know- By November 1977, the Second World Cup was held in Tokyo (Japan). During that international event, the host country's team -Olympic champion in Montreal '76 -- won the gold medal, improving on a second-place finish in the First World Tournament in Montevideo (Uruguay) in 1973. Meanwhile, the team from South Korea came in third place.