Syrian military football team beats Canadian counterpart 3-0

Muscat - Syria’s military football team beat Canadian counterpart 3-0 in its opening match within the World Military Cup Championship held in Oman.

Zakaray Qaddour, Mohammad al-Waqid and Mo’ayad al-Khouli scored for Syria.

The Syrian team toped the fourth group with 3 points, followed by Egypt and Poland (1-1) with 1 point, Canada comes at the bottom.


Syria wins gold medal at Regional Unified Triathlon Special Olympics

Damascus – Syria’s national triathlon team won the gold medal at the Second Regional Unified Triathlon Special Olympics held in the Egyptian city of Sharm el-Sheikh, SANA reported.

Besides Syria, ten other Arab countries took part in the competitions including Egypt, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Libya, Palestine, Morocco, Tunisia, Lebanon and Algeria.

The Syrian team won the gold medal after it took the lead in Group 2, while the silver medal went to Oman and the bronze medal to Egypt.

Syria ties with Iran


Kuala Lumpur – Syria’s national football team tied with Iran 0-0 in their match on Tuesday in the city of Seremban in Malaysia, SANA reported.

With this result, Syria’s total points amount to 5, remaining in 4th place in Group A of the qualification behind Iran in first place with 11 points, South Korea in second with 10 points, and Uzbekistan in third with 9 points, while Qatar is fifth with 4 points and China in sixth with 2 points.

Syrian Equestrian al-Jabiri wins the Grand Prix in Egypt

Cairo - Syrian Equestrian Manaf al-Jabiri won the Grand Prix (155 cm-height) at Sahl Hasheesh International Equestrian Championship, after three days of competitions with the participation of 19 countries.

The Championship is one of the rounds of the Arab league which qualifies for the World Cup to be held in the US next year.


Syrian Nao ranked second at Thailand Junior Tennis Championships

Bangkok – Syrian Hazem Nao of the Syrian national U-18 tennis team ranked second in the singles competitions at Thailand Junior Tennis Championships.

Nao lost 2-6, 3-6 and 6-7 to the Indian player Siddhant Banthia in the final game.