The judo team organizes a camp in Romania in preparation for the Tokyo Olympics

The team will travel to Japan in the first week of July.


The first national judo team organized an external camp in Romania, in preparation for the Tokyo Olympic Games, which will start in Japan next July 23.

The Romania camp will be followed by travel to Turkey to set up another international camp in Antalya from June 20 to 30, with the participation of five teams: the UAE, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Uzbekistan and Turkey, for the same purpose.

The first week of next July has been set as a date for traveling to Japan to set up the final camp hosted by Tokai University in Japan, in implementation of the cooperation agreement between the Federation and the prestigious Japanese University.

The head of the Wrestling and Judo Federation, Muhammad bin Thaloub Al-Dari, reassured, during his contact with the General Secretary of the Federation, Nasser Al-Tamimi, about the progress of the preparation program for the Tokyo Games in light of the remarkable development of the team under the supervision of coach Pacal Vyaceslav.

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