The Arab Championship for teams and clubs kicked off yesterday, with the UAE judo team winning 3 gold medals for the first time in its history in the youth category. Emirati champion Hareb Abdul Rahman Juma Ali, who beat Jordan and Saudi Arabia in the over 100kg weight category, won the gold by defeating his emerging teammate Ahmed Jassim Al-Tumeri in the under 60kg weight category. Algeria, Jordan and Iraq, then Syria in the final, and hero Saeed Al Nakbi won gold, except for the champion of Iraq, Syria, Kuwait, Palestine and Jordan in the final, which weighed less than 73 kg.
Receiving congratulations from Emirates Wrestling and Judo Federation President Mohammed bin Taloub Al-Tari for this achievement, he noted that it was an encouragement and praised the efforts of the young man who won the precious, important and unprecedented title. Achieve more positive results for other team members during championship matches involving multiple strong teams.
Bin Talob said: “The national team’s coronation is a translation of the support and direct observation of the brilliant leadership for sports and athletes, reflecting the sincerity of the plans and programs developed by the federation and focusing more on the age group.”
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