Fahd Ali: The event raised the rates of Emirati girls' interest in sports

Intense participation in the launch of the "Mother of the Nation" Jiu-Jitsu Cup

Part of the competition yesterday.

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The “Mother of the Nation” Jiu-Jitsu Cup competitions kicked off yesterday at the Jiu-Jitsu Arena in Zayed Sports City in the capital, Abu Dhabi, amid a loud crowd and a distinguished enthusiastic atmosphere.

The tournament witnessed an intense participation of girls in various categories, and it started with the official weight procedures for all categories (women under 16 years old, young women under 18 and adults over 18 years old) with the participation of a group of the brightest female talents and ranked players from clubs and academies: Baniyas, Al Ain, and Al Wahda. , Al Jazeera, Al Dhafra, Sharjah for Self-Defense Sports, Palms Sports Team 777, Team Nogueira, the Federation Training Center in Dubai, and Entropy Jujitsu.

The tournament witnessed a high level of competition among the participating clubs, as the players showed great determination to win to ensure their clubs qualify for the final round and stand on the podium of the tournament, whose prizes amount to 460,000 dirhams.

Fahd Ali Al Shamsi, Secretary-General of the Jiu-Jitsu Federation, stressed in a press statement that he extends his thanks and gratitude to the wise leadership that provides the opportunity and support for the daughter of the UAE, which led her to the highest ranks in the world, pointing to the importance of the "Mother of the Nation" Cup for Jiu-Jitsu on the Federation's annual agenda. It contributes to providing the national teams with the best talents and heroines who are able to represent the country in the best way, and to ascend the continental and international podiums.

He added: "The Emirates Jiu-Jitsu Federation is working according to a well-studied plan to refine and prepare the national team for both men and women. The organization of special sporting events for women has had a great impact in raising the rates of Emirati girls' turnout to practice jiu-jitsu, and encouraging them to participate in various local and international sporting events." .


One thousand dirhams, the value of the total prizes for the cup.

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