Syrian karate team wins three medals

 

Beirut – The national team for Kyokushinkai karate has won three medals, within the 8th Arab Kyokushinkai Championship taken place in Lebanese capital of Beirut.

Khuder al-Salem (Junior under 50kg) won the gold medal, Motasem Bellah Shaaban (Junior under 60kg) won the silver medal, while the bronze medal was gained by Lama Hussami (women under 65kg).

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Syrian Dina Sheikh Ali wins five medals at Arab Rhythmic Gymnastics Championship

Kiev – The Syrian expatriate and athlete Dina Sheikh Ali ranked second at the Arab Rhythmic Gymnastics championship held in Tunisia, SANA reported.

The athlete Sheikh Ali won five medals- a gold, three silvers and a bronze.

Syrian Azzam wins gold medal

Syrian Karate player Osama Azzam has accomplished a remarkable achievement as he won the gold medal in the Karate competition of the World Shotokan Karate Championship which was hosted by the city of Burgas in Bulgaria.

Born in Suwaida, the 54 year-old –athlete has an eventful career as he trained the Suwaida team and the women's national karate team.

It is to be noted that Azzam got a silver medal in the World Karate Championship which was staged in Serbia.

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Syrian football team beats China 1-0

Beijing - Syria’s national football team beat its Chinese counterpart 1-0 in the match held on Thursday in China within the 3rd round of the final stage of world cup qualification for Russia 2018.

This is the first winning of the Syrian national team, after the loss to Uzbekistan 0-1 and the draw against South Korea 0-0.

 Our team ranked the fourth place in the group with 4 points, China freezes at one point in the fifth place, and Qatar came in the bottom of the group after losing 2-3 to South Korea which tops the group with 7 points.

Syrian al-Khudr wins the Sambo bronze medal

 

Hanoi – Sabah al-Khudr of the Syrian national Sambo team won a bronze medal in the 72 kg competitions at the 5th Asian Beach Games currently held in Vietnam.

Musaab Eisheh came in the fourth place in the shot put, followed by Hiba al-Omar who was ranked fifth.

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