Comprehensive sports and exercise center is located in Rangnang District of Pyongyang.
Sportsperson Kim Il was the first two-time Olympic gold medalist of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea.
Former football player Pak Tu Ik is the first People’s Athlete in the DPRK.
DPRK weightlifter Rim Jong Sim is a two-time Olympic gold medal winner
Ri Ho Jun made an Olympic world record at the 20th Olympic Games in 1972.
The story of Kye Sun Hui, the famed DPRK judoka who startled the judo world at the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta.
The sportspeople of the DPRK, whose patriotic sweat is bringing more honour to the country, are cherished and upheld by the Marshal.
Training house to further propagate the orthodox martial art of the Korean nation.
Gymnast Hong Un Jong has won gold medals for her country and was awarded the title of People’s Athlete.
Kim Yong Rok, a disabled sportsperson, is honorably adding to the nation’s standing on the international sports arenas.
The Pyongyang Municipal Aviation Club is offering ideal conditions for intense training and dissemination of aviation techniques.
An anecdote from Kim Kwang Min, Football Coach of the April 25 Sports Team.
The mass sports finals of the National Inter-Provincial Sports Contest took place at the Pyongyang Indoor Stadium on October 10, Juche 102 (2013).
Many units of the national economy are focusing on improving quality using only domestically-sourced raw materials.
Coach Ra Un Sim has become one of the most well known footballers in DPRK history, participating in 112 international games.
Massive new football school completed with grounds for learning, training, and welfare establishments for students.
Marathoner Jong Song Ok took victory at the Seventh World Athletics Championships and is now a DPRK Hero and People’s Athlete.
The Pyongyang Sports Goods Factory is diversifying and improving the quality of its growing list of products.
Judoist Kye Sun Hui stunned the judo world at the 1996 Olympic Games and was victorious at the 2007 World Judo Championships.
Ri Tong Gyu, a Professor, Doctor, and Football Commentator, lives on eternally as he is fondly remembered and known throughout the country.
Taekwondoist couple Pak Chung Song and Ri Un Ju share a desire to add glory to the Korean nation’s martial art in the international arena.
Ri Song Hui, an international weightlifting star of the 1990s, is now coaching at the Amnokgang Sports Club.
Women football players of the Pyongyang Sports Club know that every day of studying and every bead of sweat adds honour to the country.
Since her international debut almost a decade ago, Taekwondoist Jang Kyong Ok has bagged 26 gold medals at international competitions.
In the last 5 years alone in the DPRK over 1,000 sports facilities have been built and thousands more renovated.