Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai and Chairman of the Executive Council, presented the Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Award for “Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, one of the global initiatives for sports creativity”. ”, And His Highness Sheikh Mansour bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Chairman of the Dubai Sports Council; The winners of the eleventh session of the awards were local, Arab and international sports leaders, athletes, coaches, referees and officials from the UAE, the Arab region and various sports in the world.
Mather Al Dyer attended the “Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Award for Sports Creativity” organized by Export 2020 at the Conference and Exhibition Center in Dubai yesterday, during a grand ceremony organized by the Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum. Award for Sports Creativity. General Abdullah Al Basti, Director General of the Dubai Government Executive Committee; Lieutenant General Mohammed Al Marri, Director General of the Directorate General of Resident and Foreign Affairs in Dubai; The Secretary-General of the Ahmed bin Meshar Al-Muhairi Award, Mosa al-Marri, is a member of the Board of Trustees, as well as a number of national and Arab and international sports associations and federations, as well as officials from various sports departments.
The festival kicked off with a film about the eleventh session of this year’s awards and the playing of the national anthem of the United Arab Emirates, following the Golden Jubilee celebrations of the United Arab Emirates. The film featured stats about participants and winners. The award-winning silver coin was presented. The short film “The Story of a Hero” tells the story of Iraqi Paralympian Jarra Nasser, who has faced many difficult challenges with his physical disability since birth, but insisted. Became a hero in his homeland and globally.
Mahmoud Al-Qadib, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Egyptian Al-Ahly Club, delivered the keynote address while expressing his heartfelt appreciation for the award and its sponsor and the Emirate of Dubai and its brilliant leadership. The continued interest, support and encouragement it gives to sports and athletes underscores the fact that the award is named after His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, President, Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai. Objectives aimed at stimulating excellence and creativity in various fields of sports work.
Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum honored the winner of the “Arab Foundation” award presented to the “Al-Ahly Club for Physical Sports” from Egypt. The club’s board of directors, and winner of the “World Foundation” Award of the International Summer Olympic Federation, won the International Handball Federation Award, and Joel Diplank, First Vice President of the International Handball Federation.
The sponsor of the award, the Prince of Dubai, honored the athletes who won in the “Local Young Athletes” category, where six young athletes from the United Arab Emirates from various sports were recognized for their achievements. Saif Jassim Al-Mansouri, second Muhammad Saeed bin Ham Al-Amri, third, won first place with 231,216 votes from 231,216 people, excluding the jury, 50% of the audience voting and 50 per cent brilliant application for the award through the Dubai Sports Channel. The fourth was Yazia Tariq Abdul Salam, the fifth was Rahma Kalfan al-Murshidi. Sixth place, Yusuf Rashid Al-Madrushi.
Sheikh Johan bin Hamad Al-Thani won the “Arab Sports Personality” category, which was won by Jasim bin Rashid Al-Buwain, Secretary-General of the Qatar Olympic Committee.
Sheikh Mansour bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum also presented medals to the winning athletes, teams and organizations in other categories of the award. Ahmed Mohammed Al Hammadi, winner of the “Local Personality” category, and Abdul Aziz Mohammed Al-Yasi, Abdul Hameed Ibrahim Al Hosani, winner of the “Local Coach” category: Aya Mahmoud Madani of Egypt won the “Arab Administrator” category. Saeed won in the “Player” category. Abdul Nasser Al Qadri, and the young Arab athletes who excelled in the Olympic Games 2020 under exceptional circumstances in the “Arab Athletics” category, were awarded the awards to Ahmed Ayub Hafnavi of Tunisia and Tariq Ali Hamdi of Saudi Arabia. .
Mann Abdul Moin Assad of Syria honored the winners of the “Highly Achieved Athlete” category and the athletes who achieved in tough times and challenges to determined men. The division was awarded equally to two athletes who excelled at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics: Walit Katila of Tunisia and Zarra Nasser of Iraq, and the Algerian football team won the award in the “Arab Team” category. By Hakeem Madan, executive office member of the Algerian Football Association.
The President honored the winner of the “Local Company” category, which was won by the Saeed High Organization for Strong People. Abdullah Abdul-Ali Al-Humaidan, Secretary General of the Foundation, received the award. In the “Local Administrator” category, Anas Nasser Al-Odaiba, President of the Asian Federation and Vice President of the International Boxing Federation, won. In the “Local Team” category, the United Arab Emirates National Tolerance and Tolerance Team won. They were welcomed by Major General Dr. Ahmed Nasser Al Raisi, President of the Emirates Equestrian and Racing Association.
Sheikh Mansour bin Mohammed bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum honored the strategic partners of the Dubai Electricity and Water Authority, Saeed Mohammed Al Thayer, Managing Director and CEO of the Commission, and Nakheel Real Estate Company and the Isam Kaladari Board. Member of the Company, and Dragon Company.
ன்ச Mansour bin Mohammed honored many winners, strategic partners and the Board of Trustees of the award.
ளர்கள் Inventors from the United Arab Emirates, the Arab region and the world culminate in their quest to win the world’s largest sports award.
6 At the 11th session of the award, 6 Emirati athletes were included in the “Local Junior Athletics” category.
• Al-Ahly Club of Egypt crowned with “Arab Foundation” Award. Also the “World Foundation” award goes to the International Volleyball Federation.
Al-Anbari: This award is a great encouragement to athletes
Johnny Jaffer ப Dubai: Abdul Aziz al-Anbari, the national coach who won in the local coaching category, thanked the brilliant leadership for their lasting efforts in honoring the citizens of the country in general and the athletes in particular.
Al-Anbari thanked the Sharjah players and the club’s management for their support – according to his explanation – as he had previously spent time with the “king” in winning the award.
Al-Anbari said in a statement: “This award is a great encouragement to any athlete and it personally means a lot to me to give this generous country and Emirati sports the best in various fields.”
Commenting on his return to the world of stadiums and training, Al-Anbari added: “There have been contacts with the Gorbachev administration in recent times, but I would like to complete the training class I will be attending.
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