Kuwait: Ali Al Taheri, Ahmed Jamal Al Din and Yasmin Al Attar
The UAE cycling team dominated the cycling competition and tweeted from its competitors at the Gulf Games after winning 11 of the 14 color medals generally reserved for cycling at the session.
The UAE women’s national team won 4 gold medals and the men’s team won 3 gold, 2 silver and 2 bronze medals.
In the third edition of the Gulf Games hosted by the State of Kuwait, the United Arab Emirates cycling team completed its glorious and glorious journey by winning 3 new medals in individual and team road racing.
Ahmed Al-Mansouri won the gold medal, Yusuf Mirza won the bronze medal and Ahmad Nasser won the silver medal in the men’s individual event in a ratio of 1:49:35. Mayoof, Saif Mayoob Al Kafi and Walid Al Naqbi won the team gold.
In terms of e-sports, Salem Al-Swaidi and Ibrahim Al-Hammadi won the FIFA silver medal, and in the first day of judo, the national team players were able to present to the UAE. 3 color medals; Ghuram Tranashkeli won the gold medal in the under 66 kg weight category by defeating Issa Al-Marzouk of Kuwait, Saudi Munis Hawzawi and Mohammed Naeb of Bahrain.
The United Arab Emirates advanced to fourth place with a total of 62 medals, including 34 color medals, 12 gold, 12 silver and 10 bronze. Qatar finished second with 48 medals, 17 gold, 19 silver and 12 bronze, followed by Qatar with 12 gold, 15 silver and 12 bronze with a total of 39 medals and Oman with fourth with 27 medals. Saudi Arabia finished fifth with a total of 36 medals, including 11 gold, 5 silver and 11 bronze, for a total of 8 gold, 10 silver and 18 bronze.
Success is failure
The Ice Hockey team defeated Saudi Arabia 5-1 at the start of its group stage, and tennis player Abdul Rahman Al-Janahi lost to Saudi Arabia’s teammate Suleiman Al-Qasim in the 16th round.
The young trio of Salah Al Balushi, Abdullah Al Balushi and Issa Al Balushi lost to Kuwait 2-3 in a group match. Competition to determine third and fourth place.
The 95th meeting of the Executive Office of the Council of Leaders of the Gulf Olympic Committees, held on the sidelines of the session, approved the establishment of the first edition of the Gulf Junior Games in 2023 in the United Arab Emirates. .
The meeting discussed the structures of cooperation in the field of sports cooperation between the Gulf Cooperation Council countries and Jordan and ways to enhance them in the future and to enhance joint Gulf activities in the sports and Olympic fields.
Assa Bint Suleiman, Assistant Secretary of the National Olympic Committee for Administration and Finance, Engineer, attended the 95th Meeting of the Executive Office of the Leaders of the Gulf Olympic Committees.
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