January 30, 2023

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Crown Prince of Fujairah sees end to "Martial Arts" course and congratulates its success

Crown Prince of Fujairah sees end to “Martial Arts” course and congratulates its success

Fujairah Airport (WAM)
Sheikh Mohammed bin Hamad bin Mohammed Al Sharqi, Crown Prince of Fujairah, stressed the importance of implementing sports activities in general and martial arts. Ruler of the Council and Fujairah, the need for optimal investment of young sports energy and their participation in Arab and international championships.

This happened when he attended the closing ceremony of the first edition of the “Mohammed bin Hamad Al Sharqi Ramadan Martial Arts” course held for three days under the patronage of his superior at the Saeed Sports Complex in Fujairah.
The first edition of the sports course, organized by the Fujairah Martial Arts Association in collaboration with federations related to the sport of taekwondo, wrestling, judo and boxing, saw high levels of competition in taekwondo, boxing, judo and wrestling for the youth and youth sections. With the wide participation of many martial arts clubs.
The Crown Prince of Fujairah honored the leaders of sports associations and participating sports clubs, praising the success of the curriculum and the efforts of the Fujairah Martial Arts Association in promoting sports activities and hosting martial arts. In sports both domestically and internationally.
In turn, Brigadier General Ahmed Hamdan Al Jaiti, Chairman of the Organizing Committee, thanked the Crown Prince of Fujairah for their support of their training and for their continued support for the success of the tournament. The event is a milestone in the Ramadan sports courses organized in the country by its participants in its first edition.
At the closing ceremony, Salem Al-Zahmi, Director of the High Office of the Crown Prince of Fujairah, Anas al-Otaiba, President of the Boxing Association, Nasser Al-Tamimi, Secretary-General of the Wrestling and Judo Federation, a. Number of club leaders in the country and directors of several government agencies.

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