The national cycling team scores their second appearance today

Sarah Al-Junaibi is looking forward to gifting the UAE a new medal at the Tokyo Paralympics

Sarah Al-Junaibi won the bronze in “Rio de Janeiro 2016”.

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Paralympic champion Sarah Mohammed Al-Junaibi, the UAE's first women's medalist in the history of the Paralympic Games, aspires to repeat the achievement she achieved in the last edition of "Rio de Janeiro 2016", when she won the bronze medal in the F33 shot put.

The Emirati champion launches her first participation in the 16th edition of the Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020, which is currently being held in the Japanese capital, with the participation of 4,400 athletes representing 163 countries, in shot put competitions, at 14:14 minutes Emirates time, as our hero seeks to snatch a medal for the UAE and raise its flag high in this regard. The Paralympic event.

Sarah Al-Junaibi has launched towards championships and podiums since 2012, when she won bronze in the shot put under 23 years at the World Youth Championships in Athletics held in Olmos, Czech Republic, and bronze in the shot put at the World Youth Games for the Handicapped and Amputee in the United Kingdom 2014, and in 2016 she achieved The shot put silver in the Asia-Oceania Athletics for People of Determination, along with the bronze in the shot put at the Paralympic Games "Rio de Janeiro 2016".

On the other hand, the cycling team continues its participation in the Tokyo Games through Ahmed Al-Mutaiwee, who competed the day before yesterday, a race against the 24 km class "C2", beating world champions, and providing a good return in his first appearance in the Olympic forum, where he scored Al-Mutaiwee's second appearance for the UAE cycling team in the current session, when he is participating in the C2 category road race, this morning among a group of world stars, aspiring to gain more experience and friction.

In the same context, our heroes Abdullah Sultan Al-Ariani and Saif Al-Nuaimi were unlucky to qualify for the 10m recumbent air rifle shooting final in the R3 category, and Aisha Al-Muhairi in the 10m mixed prone air rifle shooting.

Muhammad Khamis returns to Dubai and begins his treatment journey

Golden champion Muhammad Khamis returned to Dubai after his injury renewed and his inability to complete his career in the Tokyo Paralympic Games, according to the competition regulations, which stipulate that players must leave 72 hours after the end of the competitions, as he begins the treatment journey by the medical staff of our national teams for people of determination.

The injury prevented the champion Muhammad Khamis from completing his career in the tournament, when he competed in the 88-kg powerlifting competitions the day before yesterday. and gold in Rio de Janeiro in 2016), but he felt pain in the pectoral muscle from the left side, an injury he suffered while participating in the external camp in Macedonia 30 days before the start of the tournament.

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