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Tochal, five kilometres away from the Iranian capital of Tehran, is the closest ski resort to an urban area in Iran, and has gained an increasing popularity as it is always accessible to those interested in skiing and mountaineering.
TEHRAN - For the first time in Iran’s futsal history, two Iranian women futsal judges are appointed to judge the European Women's Futsal Cup, chairman of the Football Federation Refereeing Department, Davood Rafati, announced here on Monday.
Parham Maghsoodloo, or Parhamov, is an 18-year-old Iranian chess player known as Iran’s Kasparov for his participation in many international competitions and the numerous awards he has won.
Loss of both legs is definitely the worst thing that can happen for a professional mountaineer who is also a member of the country's national team and has the experience of climbing the world’s high peaks. But it’s not the end of the story.
Iranian women gymnasts are to make history by attending international contests once again after 15 years of hiatus.
Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei has paid tribute to Iran’s Paralympic athletes, who set the country a new record with their performance in this year’s Asian Para Games.
Iran’s Education Ministry has called on all schools across the country to broadcast live the first leg of the final match of the AFC Champions League between Iran’s Persepolis and Japan’s Kashima, which will be held at 9:30 am when Iranian students have to be at school.