Badrakh Odonchimeg (Mongolian: Бадрахын Одончимэг; born 12 October 1981 in Bayantsogt sum, Töv aimag) is an amateur Mongolian freestyle wrestler, who played for the women's middleweight category. Between 2007 and 2012, Odonchimeg had won a total of seven medals (four silver and three bronze) for the 63, 67, and 72 kg classes at the Asian Wrestling Championships. She also captured two bronze medals in the same division at the 2006 Asian Games in Doha, Qatar, and at the 2009 World Wrestling Championships in Herning, Denmark.
|Born||12 October 1981|
Bayantsogt sum, Töv aimag,
|Height||1.75 m (5 ft 9 in)|
|Weight||63 kg (139 lb)|
Odonchimeg represented Mongolia at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, where she competed for the women's 63 kg class. She received a bye for the preliminary round of sixteen match, before losing out to China's Xu Haiyan, with a two-set technical score (3–5, 0–4), and a classification point score of 1–3.
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