Abu Dhabi (Al Ittihad)
Our first judo team will arrive in Paris, capital of France, next Thursday, to prepare for the “Paris Grand Slam 2023” championship after 550 men and women on the 4th and 5th of February. Of the 85 countries that have made it to the tournament so far, 9 Arab countries are represented on teams from the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Qatar, Morocco, Tunisia, Lebanon, Iraq, Algeria and Djibouti, and the doors remain open for participation. . until Friday night, in accordance with tournament regulations.
And our first team had a series of physical and technical training in Bulgaria and Belgium to prepare for the next challenge in Paris and their squad included 6 people including two players and 4 players namely Mayta Al Neyadi who is participating in the championship bottom. 52 kg competition and Batsu Altan up to 57 kg and players, Zoram Aram up to 66 kg, Tilal Shavil up to 81 kg, Gregory Aram up to 90 kg, Dhofar Kosuf. Weighing up to 100 kg, in addition to national team coach Victor, our team delegation is headed by the treasurer of the International Judo Federation, Secretary General of the Federation Nasser Al Tamimi.
The President of the Judo Federation, Mohammed bin Talub Al-Derei, in a telephone conversation with the Secretary General of the Federation, the head of the delegation, Nasser Al-Tamimi, emphasized the need to focus on the next stage of the camps and participation. Preparations for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games.
According to him, the United Arab Emirates Judo Championship, scheduled for mid-February in Jerusalem, will have female participation, with two athletes, Mayta Al Neyadi and Batsu Altan.
Source: Al Ittihad
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