December 2, 2022

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Faisal bin Humaid al-Qasimi retained the position of president of the Arab Cycling Federation.

Faisal bin Humaid al-Qasimi retained the position of president of the Arab Cycling Federation.

Sheikh Faisal bin Humaid Al Qasimi retains his post as President of the Arab Cycling Union for the New Electoral Round 2022-2024 following his 11-8 victory over Kuwaiti candidate Neil Abdullah Al-Awadi in today’s election in Cairo. Sheikh Faisal bin Humaid continued to lead the union for a new electoral cycle.

Yasser al-Dawki, General Secretary of the Cycling Federation, Dr. Mohamed Wajih Assam, President of the Egyptian Cycling Federation, won the post of First Vice President of the Federation, and Abdullah Ali Al-Wadlan, Second Deputy, arrived.

Sheikh Faisal bin Humaid Al Qasimi has been the President of the Arab Cycling Federation since 1997, during which time he won a standard jump in cycling at the Arab and Continental levels. In accordance with the policies, rules and regulations of the Arab Cycling Federation for the summer of 2018, the Arab Cycling Federation must be recognized as a legal association regulating cycling in Arab-speaking countries. Creating Arab Cycle Cadres, which was dedicated to the task of training and improving bicycle cadres at the Arab world level.

He contributed to the establishment of numerous training activities and events using remote visual communication methods during the Corona epidemic (Govt. 19) and its positive effects on cycling subsidiaries and enthusiasts in the Arab world. The UAE National Anti-Doping Agency and the Paralympic Games for the West Asian region hold numerous Memorandums of Understanding, holding annual championships in the field of road bike, track bike and mountain bike.

The President of the Arab League succeeded in recording the Federation Championship on the agenda of the International Games, which benefited the Arab athletes from the points of the Arab Championship and qualified for the Olympic and International Championships.

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