Zahra Hussain breaks a track record at the Islamic Solidarity Games

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Zahra Hussain, a female cycling player, concluded the individual pursuit competition in the track competition in 12th place with a time of 4:06496 minutes, breaking the UAE record achieved by Safia Al Sayegh in the Arab Championship with a time of 4:12 minutes.

The cycling team finished the second day of the track competition in the individual pursuit category, which was held on the Konya Cycling Track as part of the activities of the fifth edition of the Islamic Solidarity Games in Konya in Turkey.

Engineer Azza bint Suleiman, Assistant Secretary-General for Administrative and Financial Affairs of the National Olympic Committee, followed part of the races in the presence of Butti Ahmed Al Abdooli, the director of the delegation participating in the tournament.

In the men's category, Saif Al Kaabi and Walid Al Naqbi participated, as the first came in 18th place, achieving a time of 4:41,913 minutes, while the latter clocked 4:46.526 minutes in 21st place.

The nine games in which the UAE participates include archery, bow and arrow, bow and arrow for people of determination, karate, judo, taekwondo, fencing, weightlifting, swimming, and bicycles.

Today, the team will complete the track competitions within the points competition, and we are represented in the men's category, Youssef Mirza and Ahmed Al-Mansoori, while Sheikha Issa is competing in the same competition for the women's category.

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