July 6, 2022

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The sniper raises the UAE's "Gulf of Kuwait" medals

The sniper raises the UAE’s “Gulf of Kuwait” medals

The United Arab Emirates has increased the balance of its color medals at the third Gulf Games to be held in Kuwait until the 31st of this month. Athletics, sniper and swimming helped lift the UAE medal tally to 14 with three gold, six silver and five bronze, with the potential to increase the number of medals in all other competitions at the Games in which the UAE participates. The United Arab Emirates is represented by 285 male and female athletes in 16 individual and team sports. The sniper team continued its prowess by winning two silver medals in the “Dirt” category in the team event by Ahmed Yahya, Zahar Al-Ariyani and Yahya Al-Muhairi, as well as in Ibrahim Ali’s 10m Air Rifle competition. Competitions hosted by the Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Olympic Sniper Complex. The sniper team came in second in the “dirty” category with 341 dishes, while Kuwait came in first with 364 dishes, while the Saudi team came in third with 310 dishes.

Ahmed Yahya, Taher al-Ariyani and Yahya al-Muhairi, among the top 8 snipers, qualified for the finals of the individual drop, but did not qualify for the finals, while finishing in the top three. In the singles category, Kuwaiti snipers Nasser were crowned gold medalist, runner-up Talal al-Rashidi and third, Abdul Rahman al-Fayhan.

Ibrahim Ali finished second in the 10m air rifle event, and after qualifying for the final clash, he was joined by gold medalist Omani Salem al-Nabi, while Omani Isam al-Balushi finished third.

In yesterday’s relay race (400×4), Mahra Abdel Rahim, Fatima Al Balushi and Raqia Al Marzouki won the silver medal and Vedat Rupari won the bronze medal.

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Prior to that, Latifa Al Kafi won the triple jump gold, having withdrawn from the Bahrain Jumper due to an administrative breach in entering the competition. In the women’s 400m hurdles, Mahra Abdel Rahim finished fourth in 1.16.68 minutes.

Mayouf Hasan finished eighth in the 800m with a time of 1.55.78 minutes, while his teammate Khalid al-Badwawi finished sixth in the 3000m steeplechase in 9.45.68 minutes, and injury prevented Ahmed Ali from competing in the discus. The second day. Medals were distributed in three sports: athletics, sniper and swimming, in which Fatima al-Hosani won gold in discus throw and bronze in shot eight. Balushi and Mahra Abdul Rahim won bronze in the 100x4m relay.

In swimming, Yusuf Al-Madrushi won the gold medal in the 200m freestyle in 1: 52.95 minutes, and the Salem Kaleb won the silver medal in the 200m butterfly in 2: 06.97 minutes and the sniper. Ahmed Abdullah Al-Amiri won the silver medal in the 10m air pistol event with 245.3 points.

The basketball team defeated the Saudi “Green” team

The basketball team had a crucial victory over Saudi Arabia (63-67) in its second match, beating Bahrain 71-66 in the first match, leaving the first four teams ahead, leaving two matches with Qatar and Kuwait. To the semifinals. The first person in the group meets the fourth group, the second in the group meets the third group, the winners play in the final, and the losers play in the third and fourth places.

Today’s match show

Snipers Saif bin Fatis and Obaid bin Tawi will take part in the skeet competition.

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In swimming, Yusuf Al-Madrushi and Abdullah Ibrahim compete in the 50m freestyle, Salem Kaleb in the 200m medley and Umar al-Hammadi and Yusuf al-Shamsi in the 100m breaststroke. Relay Race (100X4m) Salem Kaleb, Omar Al Hammadi, Hussain Al Hammadi and Madrushi.

■■ The women’s cycling team competes in a team race against the clock for a distance of 20 km.

■■ Women’s Futsal Team Meets Saudi Arabia. The United Arab Emirates team competes in 16 individual and team games.


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