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Emirates News Agency - The United Arab Emirates team raises its medal tally to 16 at the Gulf Conference in Kuwait.

Emirates News Agency – The United Arab Emirates team raises its medal tally to 16 at the Gulf Conference in Kuwait.

Kuwait, May 19 / WAM / The number of UAE teams participating in the Gulf Games in Kuwait has risen to 16 colorful medals as of May 31st. The United Arab Emirates sniper team won the silver medal in the 10m air pistol team event in the 24.7km team time race held at the Sheikh Jaber Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah Bridge.

The tournament will be attended by more than 1,700 athletes from the Cooperation Council for the Arab States of the Gulf, and the UAE will host 111 of 111 tournaments in 16 different individual and team sports involving 285 male and female athletes. The delegation consists of 39 practitioners, 24 administrators and 12 specialists and therapists.

He won 16 gold medals, 4 gold, 7 silver and 5 bronze in 4 sports – athletics, swimming, sniper and cycling.

In the details, the UAE women’s cycling team, which included Safia Al Saeed, Sheikh Isa, Zahra Hussein and Huda Hussein, won the gold medal in the team race with a time of 24.7 km in 37 hours. He finished second, 30.15 minutes, 28 seconds ahead of Kuwait, who won the silver in 37: 58.88 minutes, while Bahrain won the bronze with 39 minutes: 51.59 minutes.

The UAE sniper also won a silver medal in the 10m air pistol team event with a team consisting of Ahmed Al Amiri, Amin Mutanna and Mohammed Kamel Al Kafi.

Results of the Skeet Shooting Competition Within the first day of competition, the duo of our sniper team, Saif Bin Fatis, distributed 66 dishes and 62 dishes in 3 rounds of 75 dishes at the same time, finishing the competition. The identity of those who will qualify for the final round of 50 meals tomorrow will have to be determined.

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At the end of the men’s athletics, in the 1500 meters, South Al-Jabi finished fourth in 4.06.84 minutes, while our athlete Mohammad Omar finished fifth in the hammer throw after 62.74 meters.

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