Qatar shooting team wins team bronze in Arab Championship
Today, the Qatari shooting team won the bronze medal for the teams in the skeet competition within the Arab championship currently being held in Egypt and continuing until the twelfth of this month, with the participation of more than three hundred male and female shooters representing 15 Arab teams. Al-Adam shooters Rashid Saleh Al-Athba, Masoud Saleh Al-Athba and Ali Al-Ishaq won the bronze in the teams, after the Kuwait team achieved the first place, and the Saudi Arabia team ranked second. Ibrahim Al-Mohannadi, member of the National Teams Committee and the administrative mission of the mission, praised the good and honorable results achieved by Al-Adam shooters during their participation in the skeet competitions of the Arab Championship, stressing that these results were achieved thanks to the intensification of efforts between the technical and administrative bodies and the unlimited support of the Olympic Committee. Al-Mohannadi said in a statement today: “Our gains are great during this participation with the presence of world stars in the game, and the tournament witnessed the participation of many athletes who qualified for the Tokyo Olympics, and the Arab Championship is an opportunity for our shooters to gain more experiences and confidence that they aspire to.” For his part, Masoud Saleh Al-Athba, who won bronze in the skeet teams, confirmed that the successes achieved by the best shooters were thanks to the support of the Qatar Federation for the game, and the great and unlimited support from the Qatar Olympic Committee. Al-Athba said in a similar statement: “The Qatari team’s shooters have won 3 colorful medals so far in the tournament, gold and silver in the individual, and bronze in the teams, and this is evidence of the game’s march that is moving forward to achieve all the plans directed to us through the exercises organized in the Lusail Fields Complex. In Doha, “…noting that the national team champions always promise to reap achievements and climb the podiums. He expressed his hope that the team will continue to win trophies in the rest of the Arab championship competitions. In turn, shooter Rashid Saleh Al-Athba praised the great effort made by Masoud Al-Athba and Ali Al-Ishaq to win the team bronze. “We always strive to win medals, climb the podiums, and raise the flag of Qatar in such large gatherings,” he said, noting that the development of archery at the Arab and international levels was not limited to men only, but also included women who managed to achieve many trophies during their participation in competitions, and this Evidence that Arab archery is in constant progress. He added: “Today was the conclusion of the skeet competitions, teams within the championship program, and we are preparing tomorrow (Sunday) for the mixed competitions, and we seek to achieve more honorable results, especially as we are continuing the program of external tournaments according to what is being prepared by the Qatar Archery and Archery Federation, which aligns with the program of the International Shooting Federation.” On the other hand, the ten-meter pistol shooters concluded their training today. Tomorrow will be the start of the competition, which lasts for one day only, and represents the most supportive in the pistol competition, Osama Abdel Nasser Al Shaiba and Nasra Muhammad Mahmoud.. Also, the mixed skeet competition will conclude tomorrow.