12 colored medals for the UAE on the third day of the Arab Swimming Championships

The UAE achieved 12 colored medals at the end of the third day of the Arab Swimming Championships held in the Sports Center of Mohammed bin Zayed City in Abu Dhabi, with 5 golds, 5 silvers and 2 bronzes, pending the final harvest of the national team at the conclusion of the competitions tomorrow, Wednesday. His third personal gold to increase his yield in the tournament by three golds.

Yousef Al-Matrooshi added this evening the gold of the 200-meter butterfly, and the swimmer Salem Ghaleb came in second place and the silver medal, and the swimmer Mohammed Rashid added the silver of the 100-meter breaststroke in addition to the silver of the relay in the race (4 in the 100-meter freestyle), to add the previous medals to the national team record swimming in the tournament.

For his part, Sultan Al-Samahi, President of the Emirates Swimming Federation, expressed his happiness at the level of the national team swimmers and the championship in general, especially in light of the presence of all members of the Arab Swimming Federation, from 18 countries, a large number that brought us back to sports life after a great stop, and pointed out that Adopting the tournament to qualify for the World Swimming Championships in Abu Dhabi next December, increased the importance of the competitions and encouraged the swimmers to give their best in the competitions.”

Al-Samahi congratulated all the swimmers who demonstrated a significant improvement in their personal numbers.

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