Liste de Célèbres Personnes nées à Mongolie
Hakuhō Shō (白鵬 翔), de son vrai nom Munkhbat Davaajargal, né le à Oulan-Bator (Mongolie), est un lutteur de sumo professionnel japonais. En 2007, il est devenu le 69e yokozuna. Il fut le sixième lutteur non japonais à accéder au grade d'ōzeki, le quatrième au statut de yokozuna.
Terunofuji Haruo (照ノ富士 春雄), de son vrai nom Gantulga Ganerdene, né le à Oulan-Bator en Mongolie, est un lutteur de sumo professionnel japonais.
Asashōryū Akinori (朝青龍明徳, litt. « dragon bleu du matin »), né le 27 septembre 1980 à Oulan-Bator en Mongolie, est le nom de combat (shikona) porté par le lutteur sumo Dolgorsuren Dagvadorj. Il a régné sans partage sur le monde du sumo entre 2003 et 2007, année où son compatriote Hakuho accède au titre suprême. Il pesait lors de sa carrière 146 kg pour 1,84 m.
Harumafuji Kōhei (日馬富士 公平), ou Ama Kōhei (安馬 公平), né Davaanyamyn Byambadorj le à Oulan-Bator, est un lutteur de sumo mongol et 70e yokozuna. Il mesure 1,85 m et pèse 133 kg.
Takanoiwa Yoshimori is a retired sumo wrestler from Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. He made his professional debut in January 2009. He has both a sandanme and a jūryō division championship. He reached the jūryō division in July 2012 and the top makuuchi division for the first time in January 2014. He was the only wrestler recruited by former yokozuna Takanohana to reach the elite sekitori ranks. He was runner-up in one top division tournament and earned two special prizes, one for Fighting Spirit and one for Outstanding Performance. His highest rank was maegashira 2.
Tamawashi Ichirō is a Mongolian professional sumo wrestler from Ulaanbaatar. He made his debut in January 2004 and reached the top makuuchi division in September 2008. His highest rank has been sekiwake. He has a makushita, a jūryō and a makuuchi division championship. He has three gold stars for defeating a yokozuna, and three special prizes. He wrestles for Kataonami stable. He has not missed a bout in his career to date and has the longest streak of consecutive matches among active wrestlers. In January 2019, he won his first top-division championship at the age of 34.
Khaltmaagiyn Battulga, né le à Oulan-Bator, est un homme d'État mongol, membre du Parti démocrate. Il est président de Mongolie de 2017 à 2021.
Hōshōryū Tomokatsu est un lutteur de sumo professionnel de Mongolie. Il appartient à l'écurie Tatsunami. Il est reconnu pour ses projections, y compris parmi les lutteurs d'origine mongole qui ont tendance à utiliser plus de projections que leurs confrères japonais, ce qui reflète les compétences utilisées en lutte mongole. Il est le neveu de l'ancien yokozuna Asashōryū.
Kyokutenhō Masaru (旭天鵬 勝), né le sous le nom Nyamjavyn Tsevegnyam, mongol : Нямжавын Цэвэгням, à Nalayh, en Mongolie, est un ancien lutteur professionnel de sumo.
Ganzorigiin Mandakhnaran est un lutteur mongol, spécialiste de lutte gréco-romaine.
Kyokushūzan Noboru is a former professional sumo wrestler and current politician of the Democratic Party in Mongolia. He was the first wrestler from Mongolia to reach sumo's top makuuchi division.
Kiribayama Tetsuo is a Mongolian professional sumo wrestler from Ulaanbaatar. He made his debut in March 2015 and reached the top makuuchi division in January 2020. He wrestles for Michinoku stable. His highest rank has been maegashira 1.
Ichinojō Takashi is a Mongolian professional sumo wrestler from Arkhangai. He is notable as being the second foreign-born wrestler, and the first of non-Japanese descent allowed to debut at an elevated rank in the third makushita division due to his amateur sumo success. In only his third professional tournament he took the second division jūryō championship. In his fifth professional tournament, his first in the top makuuchi division, he was the runner-up and promoted all the way to sekiwake, his highest rank to date. He was one of the heaviest rikishi in the top division as of September 2020.
Nadya Rusheva was a Russian artist. Having started drawing from the age of five, she had created over 10,000 artworks before dying at the age of 17.
Arawashi Tsuyoshi is a former professional sumo wrestler from Ulan Bator, Mongolia. He made his professional debut in November 2002. He is the 21st Mongolian to reach the top makuuchi division, which he achieved in May 2014. His 68-tournament rise through the ranks is the second-slowest progress for a foreign wrestler after Sentōryū. He won three kinboshi or gold stars for defeating yokozuna. He was a member of three stables, Araiso, Hanakago and Minezaki. His highest rank was maegashira 2.
Tsakhiagiyn Elbegdorj ou Elbegdorj Tsakhia, né le à Zereg, dans la province de Hovd, est un homme politique mongol. Il est Premier ministre du au et chef de l'État du au .
Asasekiryū Tarō is a former sumo wrestler. He made his debut in January 2000, reaching the top makuuchi division in March 2003. He won four special prizes, and spent a total of five tournaments in the titled san'yaku ranks. The highest rank was sekiwake. He was a runner-up in two tournaments in 2004 and 2007. After 2013 he was mainly ranked in the lower jūryō and makushita divisions. He acquired Japanese citizenship in April 2017 and retired from active competition the following month. He became a coach at Takasago stable under the elder name Nishikijima Oyakata. In November 2020 he became head coach of Takasago stable.
Ukhnaagiin Khürelsükh, né le , est un homme d'état de Mongolie. Membre du Parti du peuple mongol, il est Premier ministre de la Mongolie de à et est élu président en juin 2021.
Jugderdemidiin Gurracha est le premier spationaute mongol.
Mitoryū Takayuki is a Mongolian professional sumo wrestler from Ulaanbaatar. He began his professional sumo career in 2017 at the age of twenty three. His highest rank to date has been Jūryō 4. He wrestles for the Nishikido stable.