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Syrian Judo team achieves good results

The Syrian Judo team won two bronze medals in the first day of the Arab Judo Championship which was held in Kuwait.  

13 Arab teams participated in the competition.

Mohammad Shaker Al-Masri (Jonior-U-60 kg) and Majd Haj Kaddour (Jonior-U-73 kg) won the bronze medals.

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Syria wins five medals in West Asian Junior and Cadet Table Tennis Championship

RIYADH, (ST)- The Syrian table tennis team participating the West Asia Junior and Cadet Table Tennis Championship, currently held in Saudi Arabia, won five medals (two gold, two silver and one bronze).

One of the gold medals went to Obeida Zaza from the junior category after defeating his Qatari counterpart 3-0 in the final match. The other went to his sister Hind Zaza from the cadet category.

Ibaa Hallaq, Naya Suleiman got two silver medals while Nana Kurdeya won a bronze medal also for the cadet category.

Ghazal is the best Syrian athlete and Somma is the best Syrian footballer

With the participation of 53 Syrian journalists, the Syrian Sports Journalists Committee announced the results of the annual questionnaire (2019) to choose the best athlete and soccer player in Syria.

The Syrian athlete player Majd Al-Din Ghazal ranked first with 103 points, while swimmer Firas Mualla ranked second with 71 points, then equestrian Ahmed Hamsho ranked third with 37 points.

On the other hand, the Syrian footballer player Omar Al-Soma ranked first with 104 points, while Mahmoud Al-Mawas ranked second with 54 points, then the goalkeeper Ibrahim Alamah ranked with 23 points.

Good results for Syrian team in Arab Fencing Championship

Syrian Fencing team achieved silver and bronze medals in the opening match of the Arab (Junior and U-23) Fencing Championship which was held in Bahrain.

Mari Ali won the silver medal while Judi Mustafa won the bronze medal.

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Syrian Olympic Football team beats Japan in Asia Cup

 Syrian Olympic Football team beat the Japanese team (2-1) in the second round of the groups’ league of U-23 Asian Cup that was held in Tailand.

Abdul Al-Rahaman Barakat (9th min) and Alaa’ Al-Deen Dali (87th min) scored for Syria.

KSA tied with Qatar (0-0) in the same group.

With this result, Syria and KSA ranked first with 4 points while Qatar ranked second with 2 points and Japan ranked third with no points.

Syria will meet KSA next Wednesday, Good luck to our team.

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