Oman wins 12 colorful medals at West Asian Para Games in Sharjah

Oman para athletes wins 12 medals at West Asian Paralympic Games in Sharjah

Sharjah: The national athletics team won 11 new colored medals, including 2 gold, 5 silver, and 4 bronze, bringing the Sultanate of Oman’s delegation to 12 medals in the Fourth West Asian Paralympic Games, hosted by the Emirate of Sharjah in the United Arab Emirates.

Oman players are looking forward to winning more medals in their remaining competitions in the tournament, in which 12 countries are participating, represented by 513 members, including 382 male and female players and 131 coaches and administrators, competing in 7 games: strength games, table tennis, badminton, goalball, and basketball. For wheelchairs, boccia, and powerlifting.

The athletics competitions held at Al-Thiqa Club for the Disabled recorded strong and exciting competitions, as our players were able to achieve good numbers that qualified them to win and reach the podium in a number of competitions, where our hero Muhammad Al-Mashaykhi achieved the gold medal after achieving a distance of 30.21, and Saif Hamoud Al-Muqaibli succeeded in the 100-meter sprint gold medal after covering a distance.

The race was completed in a time of 11.69, and the athlete Muhammad Al Qasimi achieved silver in the scepter throw after achieving a distance of 30.17, and athlete Taha bin Abdullah Al Harrasi achieved a silver in the 100 meters sprint after covering the race distance in a time of 12.67, and the athlete Raya Bint Khamis the Hebrew achieved a silver in the shot put in the F 54 category. . Muhanna Fadel Awlad Thani won silver in the shot put in the F33 category, and Saif Al-Muqaibli won silver in the 400-meter sprint after covering the race distance in a time of 56.03 seconds, and Saqr Al-Qasimi won bronze in the 400-meter sprint after covering the race distance in one minute and 73 hundredths of a second.

The player Iman Tayseer Al Shamsiya won a bronze medal in the shot put in the F34 category, and the player Sheikha Abdullah Al Hamadiya snatched the bronze medal in the shot put competitions in the F 54 category, and the player Fawzi Salem Al Hubaishi achieved a bronze medal in the shot put in the F.54 category, and the national blind goalball team achieved a well-deserved victory over its brother. The UAE team won 11-5, in a match in which the team played its best match in the tournament, while the second match was lost to the Qatari team with a score of 5-9.

Mohammed bin Abdullah Al Hinai, Director of the Sultanate of Oman’s delegation participating in the tournament, said that the achievements achieved are the result of the persistence and determination that our players armed themselves with in the tournament, in addition to the sincere efforts made by the technical staff to raise the level of the players, stressing that achieving the medals came as a result of concerted efforts between the committee and the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Youth, in addition to the cooperation and support of the players’ parents who contributed to encouraging and motivating their children, whether in the training that preceded the tournament or during the players’ participation in the tournament and their presence to support and encourage their children, which resulted in achieving this good tally of medals.

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