Aisha National Team player Aisha Al-Muhairi presented the country the first silver medal at the international level for this sport, after winning in the distance of sprint (750 meters swimming - 20 km bicycle - 10 km running), in the West Asian Triathlon Championship that concluded last Wednesday in Bahrain, with the participation of 51 contestants and 15 contestants from 15 countries.
The Emirates Triathlon Association, headed by Khaled Abdul Karim Al Fahim, the athlete and the family in the country congratulated this achievement, which coincided with the Emirates celebrations of the 48th National Day, hoping that the medal would be a distinctive start towards a future full of positive results, during the upcoming tournaments, and that the Emirates girls would be encouraged to practice Triathlon significantly in the future.
For his part, Al-Fahim thanked the Bahrain Triathlon Federation and the organizing committee of the championship for the generous care and hospitality extended to the Emirates Mission, stressing that this paved the way for the hosting success in a distinctive way. The UAE triathlon team achieved good results during their active participation in the same tournament, where player Saif Ali Moedad Al-Samahi won sixth place, achieving a time of 1:01:36 hours, and he came seventh in Fares Al-Zaabi with a time of 1:02:20 hours, and Muhammad came Al Ghaferi is in tenth place with a time of 1:04:21 hours, as part of the participation of international professional players, as the association blessed the results achieved and wished for more success in the future.
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