The annual Mongolian Student Sports Federation (MSSF) Executive Committee meeting saw the organisation look back on last year's success and look ahead to new events in 2018.
Several prizes were handed out prior to the meeting including the "Best Student Athletes of 2017" awards which were given to 2017 Summer Universiade silver medal-winning judoka Battogtokh Erkhembayar and Batzolboo Borgil, who captained the Mon-Altius Physical Education Institute basketball side that won the 2017 International University Sports Federation World University League Final.
Prizes were also awarded on the basis of results in the National Universiade Games, which saw 2,354 students from 62 Mongolian universities compete across several sports.
The Mongolian National Institute of Physical Education was honoured as "Champion of the Universiade" with the Mongolian University of Science and Technology coming second.
Winners from these Games took part in last year's Summer Universiade in Chinese Taipei where 51 Mongolian athletes competed in events including athletics, swimming, judo and billiards.
Mongolia won two silver medals and one bronze in judo and billiards at the Games.
Fourteen Mongolian athletes also competed at the 2017 Winter Universiade in Almaty, Kazakhstan.
Towards the end of the meeting, Executive Committee members discussed the 2018 MSSF calendar and decided the 13 sports which will be included at the National University Championships in March.
Athletics, basketball, cheerleading, chess, futsal, handball, judo, table tennis, taekwondo, tug of war, volleyball, woodball and wrestling are the sports which will feature.
The MSSF also plan to send athletes to compete in eight sports at the 2018 World University Championships.