Syria wins 81 medals at 1st Special Olympics World Games Abu Dhabi

Abu Dhabi -  Syria’s national team has raised the number of medals it won at the competitions of the fourth day of the 1st Special Olympics World Games held in the Emirati capital of Abu Dhabi to 30 gold, 35 silver and 16 bronze medals.

On the fourth day of the competitions, Syrian swimmer Sami Mari won a gold medal in the (50m) butterfly competitions, while athlete Tasnim Bizreh won a gold medal in the (25m) freestyle.

Meanwhile, Syrian athlete Yasmin Badran won a gold medal in Badminton competitions, and Rakan Salameh won a bronze medal.

Athletes Rafif al-Haraki and Ikhlas Audieh won a silver medals in the bowling competitions.

In the tennis competitions, athlete Nour al-Homsi won a silver medal while two bronze medals were harvested by Hanya al-Nabulsi and Obada Yusuf.

Syrian Athlete Mohammad Hajjar won a gold medal in the 5000 meters running race while athlete Lina al-Deir Atani won a silver medal in the 30 meter wheelchair race while Bassem Abdou won a gold medal  and Rim al-Najjar won a silver medal.

Syria’s Olympic football team beats Iranian counterpart 2-1

Tehran - Syria’s Olympic team beat Iranian counterpart  2-1 in a friendly match at the stadium of the Azadi Sports Complex in Tehran as part of preparations for the Asian Under-23 qualifiers scheduled to kick off in Kuwait on March 22, SANA reported.

Kamel Kawaia and Alaa al-Dali scored the goals of our team in the 43rd and 90th minutes.

Syria wins 69 medals at 1st Special Olympics World Games Abu Dhabi

Abu Dhabi - Syria’s national team has raised the number of medals it won at the competitions of the second day of the 1st Special Olympics World Games held in the Emirati capital of Abu Dhabi to 25 gold, 30 silver and 14 bronze medals, SANA reported.

In gymnastics, Batoul Khalaf won 3 gold medals, Batoul Salameh won 1 gold, Heba al-Daghestani won 1 gold, 1 silver, and 1 bronze, and Jana al-Farhan won 1 gold, 1 silver, and 1 bronze.

In weightlifting, Laith Daqdouq won 4 silver, and Najma al-Amouri won 1 gold and 1 silver.

Syrian Arab horses attract foreign visitors again in their basic places of residence

In the past, the original Syrian Arab horses have attracted foreign tourists from all over the world to come back and attract different personalities who have traveled long distances in search of the original Syrian horse whose history is deeply rooted in history.

Syrian Ali gains three bronze medals in Weightlifting World Championship

Las Vegas – The Syrian athlete Ahmad al-Ali won three bronze medals for weightlifting in the World Championship for Weightlifting held in Las Vegas, USA, SANA reported.

Syria’s scores in Las Vegas Championship is the most prominent along all the country’s time in this game.