SEISA graduates represented the Kingdom of Bhutan at the 19th Asian Games, which were held in Hangzhou, China from September 23rd to October 8th.

The Kingdom of Bhutan sent the largest-ever delegation of 28 athletes. The team includes four students: Ms. Sonam Choden, a graduate of SEISA Kokusai High School Shonan, Mr. Tandin Wangchuk and Mr. Kinley Thering, graduates of SEISA Dohto University, and Mr. Tshering Penjor, a graduate of SEISA University.


Ms. Sonam Choden (Archery)

Qualifying 264/287 Total: 551 points  45th place

Final Round 32/1st round eliminated


Mr. Tandin Wangchuk (Judo 73kg)

Lost qualifying


Mr. Kinley Thering (Judo 66kg)

Lost qualifying


Mr. Tshering Penjor (Track and field, Short-distance sprinter)

400m 50.72 Disqualified (Lane infringement) Lost qualifying

200m 22.83 (SB) Lost qualifying

He also competed in the 200m at the 25th Asian Athletics Championships held in Bangkok, Thailand in July.

Result: 200m 22.83s (SB) Lost qualifying

He starts around 1:00:45.


Each of them fought hard for the prestige and honor of their country on the big stage of international competitions. They must have been keenly aware of the high level of competition in the world. We hope that they will continue to work hard and move forward in the future.