Building up the people’s physical strength is a crucial component of enhancing their ability to contribute in good health to socialist construction.
Coach, Labor Hero, and People’s Athlete Kim Chun Hui has trained numerous famous athletes of the DPRK that have so far won 64 gold medals at international games.
People’s Athlete Paek Chun Ok admirably overcame manifold physical traumas to win many medals for her country at Taekwon-Do World Championships.
Famous weightlifting sisters Rim Jong Sim and Rim Un Sim have so far bagged more than 70 medals and cups for their homeland at international games.
The building of mass-based sports culture in the DPRK has raised national strength, improved public health, and demonstrated Korea’s sports power on the world stage.
The Pyongyang Municipal Aviation Club is raising the engine performance of its model air plaines.
National mass sports contest concludes at Kim Il Sung Stadium in Pyongyang.
Workshop held at Pyongyang’s Taekwon-Do Hall for the 55th founding anniversary of the International Taekwon-Do Federation.
The massive sports village on Chongchun Street in Pyongyang is sprawling with gymnasiums and various training facilities.
The Taekwon-Do training hall in Sariwon City was built just last year but is already producing many talented players.
Famed gymnast Ri Sun Dok, even at the age of 70 today, is still full of vigour to pass down her experiences and lessons to the next generation of sportspersons.
Korean sportswomen are training day and night to win gold medals and fly the blue and red flag of the DPRK in the sky of the world.
Comrade Jo In Chol, Coach of the Hwaebul Sports Team, is devoting all his energy to stirring up enthusiasm for football in the DPRK.
Meeting of sportspersons held at Basketball Gymnasium on Chongchun Street in Pyongyang.
The Taesongsan Sports Club is concentrating efforts on developing winter sports.
The orthodox martial art of the Korean nation is being widely spread throughout the DPRK.
Report from the Pyongyang Sports Goods Factory.
The rapid rise of women’s football in the DPRK in the 2000s is largely credited to head coach Choe Kwang Sok of the DPRK’s junior women’s football team.
The Pyongyang Sports Club is raising the skills of players by making new effective sports training apparatuses.
The Kigwancha Sports Club in the DPRK enjoys great popularity among local people as well as sports enthusiasts.
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.