Success of the Abu Dhabi ‘Grand Slam’ World Championships and the Rise of Judo in the UAE

2023-10-25 12:19:00

ABU DHABI, 25 October / WAM / The Asian Judo Federation praised the great organizational success of the Abu Dhabi “Grand Slam” World Championships, and the large participation of the world’s elite champions, which confirms its importance before the final round of the 2023 “Grand Slam” tournaments, scheduled in Japan during December of This year, one of the goals of the competition is to qualify for the 2024 Paris Olympics.
Obaid Zayed Al-Enezi, President of the Asian Federation, confirmed that the UAE Judo Federation, headed by His Excellency Mohammed bin Thaloub Al-Darai, was keen with his great efforts to make the tournament a success, in light of the presence of the international judo family and the International Olympic Committee, and providing all the requirements for its excellence, in a way that enhances the great capabilities and enormous potential of the UAE in Hosting international tournaments.
He added: “There are tangible steps that confirm the great development that the game is witnessing in the Emirates, especially following the team won 5 colorful medals in the Asian Games in China recently, and the team also won a bronze medal in the “66 kg” category on the opening day of the Abu Dhabi Grand Slam Championship yesterday. Amidst a strong atmosphere of competition.”
The President of the Asian Judo Federation announced the continuation of development programs and plans at the Asian level, to enhance the continental success of the game and improve the capabilities of the players, especially since the “China Asians” witnessed advanced levels of judo teams, confirming their ability to compete globally.

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