"Judo" gives the UAE 3 gold medals in the Gulf Games in Kuwait

The UAE national judo team raised the UAE’s balance of colored medals in the competitions of the third Gulf Games hosted by the State of Kuwait during the period from 16 to 31 this month, with the participation of more than 1,700 athletes from the Cooperation Council for the Arab States of the Gulf, to 37 colored medals after winning three golds, placing the UAE in the center the third.

The player Mammadov won the gold in the open weight, while the player Najara Tashvili was crowned with the gold in the weight of under 90 kg, and the player Aram was crowned with the gold in the weight of under 100 kg.

Thus, the UAE Judo achieved a total of four gold, silver and bronze medals in a successful participation in its competition program at all levels.

The UAE is participating in the tournament with 285 male and female athletes participating in 16 different individual and team games within 111 competitions held in 12 locations. The delegation is accompanied by 39 coaches, 24 administrators, and 12 specialists and therapists.

The UAE climbed to third place in the general ranking table with 37 colored medals, 15 gold, 12 silver, and 10 bronze medals. The host State of Kuwait continued to strengthen its lead in the table with a total of 69 medals, including 25 gold, 20 silver and 24 bronze medals, while the Kingdom of Bahrain came in Second place with a total of 55 medals, including 20 gold, 20 silver and 15 bronze medals, Qatar ranked fourth with a total of 42 medals, 12 gold, 18 silver and 12 bronze, followed by the Sultanate of Oman in fifth place with a total of 27 medals, 11 gold, 5 silver, and 11 bronze medals. The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is ranked sixth with a total of 43 medals, 9 gold, 14 silver, and 20 bronze.

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