Syrian swimmer Saleh Mohammad wins silver medal at Asian Beach Games

Hanoi – Swimmer Saleh Mohammad won the silver medal in the 5 km swimming event at the 5th Asian Beach Games currently held in Vietnam.

He finished in (00:58:10), following a Kazakhstani swimmer who came first.

Saleh Mohammad wins bronze medal at Asian Beach Games

Hanoi – Syrian swimmer Saleh Mohammad won the bronze medal in the 10 km swimming event at the 5th Asian Beach Games currently held in Vietnam.

Mohammad finished in (2:06:20)hour, following a Kazakhstani swimmer who came first and a Chinese swimmer who won the second place.

Syria’s national football team ties with its South Korean counterpart

 

Kuala Lumpur - Syria’s National football team gained the first point in the group by a draw 0-0 with its South Korean counterpart within the second match of the final Asian qualifying round for the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia.

Our team lost 0-1 to Uzbekistan last Thursday.

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Kickboxing player Khaled Salem Kalo martyred in terrorist rocket attack in Homs

 

Homs - The player of al-Wathba Kickboxing Team Khaled Salem Kalo was martyred on Sunday when terrorists fired a rocket shell on the Municipal Stadium on the western outskirts of Homs city.

Sport bulletin, Omar Atiki, the coach of the late player said that Kalo was martyred while he was training at the hall of the Municipal Stadium, SANA reported.

He added that the martyr had achieved the Republic Boxing Championship three times before turning to kickboxing sport, pointing out that the martyr Kalo was performing his daily workouts in preparation for his participation in the upcoming Republic Championship.

Ambitious Syrian Gymnast Leila Darwish Achieved Advanced Positions at International Competitions

MOSCOW, (ST)- Leila Darwish, a young Syrian gymnast, presents a bright example of ambitious Syrian women by her insistence to develop her talent and achieve her hope to be a champion in her sport.

As a gymnast, Laila achieved advanced positions in international sport competitions, the latest of which was getting the third place in the International Gymnastics Championship 2016 in Kazakstan .

Talking about her career to SANA, Laila said she started at the age of six to practice ballet dancing in Damascus and excelled in her performances. Later at the age of ten, she learned rhythmic gymnastics and continued until today, hoping every moment to raise the Syrian flag high in international competitions.