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.
Jong Kum Hwa and Ro Hye Song are champions in both national and Asian acrobatic gymnastics games.
Kim Il is a two-time Olympic gold medalist, a Labour Hero, People’s Athlete, and elected deputy to the SPA.
The Pyongyang Municipal Aviation Club is mastering areomodelling technology and winning many competitions.
The efforts of coach Kim Jong Mi is increasing the number of talented and energetic sportspersons in the DPRK.
Visit to May Day Stadium in 2014 highlights Chairman’s warm affection for sportspersons.
Kim Chol Hwan started studying sports at 13 and went on to become one of the DPRK’s greatest athletes.
Sportsperson Pak Yong Sun rose from a rural DPRK mountain village to leave indelible feats in the sports world in the late 20th century.
Great love shown to woman footballers in the DPRK flying their flag high at international games.
Training ground located in the Sports Village on Chongchun Street of Pyongyang.
Sportsperson Pak Myong Won has bagged 245 medals over the last decade, with 145 of them from international games.
Factory well known across the country for Taesongsan-brand sports equipment being continuously developed.
Coach Ju Hak Chol was named as one of the top 10 coaches of the DPRK in 2019.
People’s Athlete Kim Chun Phil is a gymnastics coach of the Pyongyang Sports Team.
Sports equipment produced at the Pyongyang Sports Goods Factory increasingly have eye-catching designs.
The South Phyongan Provincial Taekwon-Do Club is directing efforts to rigorous training and the imparting of Taekwon-Do fundamentals.