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Syria wins two bronze medals in the West Asian Billiard and Snooker Championship

Syria’s Billiard and Snooker team won two bronze medals in the West Asian Billiard and Snooker Championship which was held in Bahrain.

Basem Aboud (men cat- 8 balls) and Wisam Al-Dakkak (U18- 8 balls) won two bronze medals.

50 players from 11 countries (Syria, Bahrain, Lebanon, Jordan, Palestine, Iraq, KSA, UAE, Qatar, Kuwiat, Oman) participated in the competition.

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Syria wins gold medal in Arab Fencing Championship in Kuwait

Kuwait - The Syrian national fencing team won a gold medal in the Arab Fencing Championship (men and women cat) which was held in Kuwait.

Najlaa Al-Sharqi won the gold medal in fencing.

 A large number of men and women from eight countries participated in the competition.

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Syria wins 2 bronze medals in Asian Muay Thai Championship

 Abu Dhabi - The Syrian Muay Thai team won two bronze medals in the Asian Muay Thai Championship which was held in UAE.

300 players from 30 countries participated in the tournament.

Wael Al-Saeed (91 kg cat) and Nadia al-Sayed (60.5 kg cat) won the bronze medals for Syria.

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The Syrian Association of Purebred Arabian Horses honors the Knights of the International Sham Festival for the Arabian Horse

Damascus ,(ST)- The Syrian Association of Purebred Arabian Horses held an honoring party today for the Knights of the International Festival of the Arabian Horse, whose first session was launched last April, in the presence of a large number of equestrian lovers.

During the ceremony, a number of media professionals were honored, including representatives of the local media, including the Syrian Arab News Agency, SANA.

Honorary President Basil Jadaan asserted in a speech during the ceremony the importance of the festival, which was station to expand the circle of interest in the pure Arab horse, pointing to the great participation that he enjoyed among the many other activities especially the great march of the Syrian Knights who roamed the streets and neighborhoods of Damascus with the participation of a number of knights from several countries.

Syrian junior women football team loses to its Lebanese counterpart in the West Asian Championship

Amman, ST- The Syrian junior women football team lost to its Lebanese counterpart yesterday 0-7 at the end of its matches in the West Asian Championship held in Amman, in which Jordan and Palestine also participated

Our team tied with Jordan 0-0 in the opening round and beat its Palestinian counterpart with one goal in the second round.

The tournament system stipulates that the four teams play in the league system from one stage, and the team who achieves most points during the three rounds , will crowned hero.