“Emirates umbrellas” flying in the sky of Ukraine with four colored medals


The UAE national skydiving team achieved a new achievement for the UAE sports in general and air sports especially after flying four colored medals in the skies of Ukraine during its participation in the international skydiving championship which was held there days ago and saw the participation of more than 11 Country .

As usual, the star of our team Abdul Bari Qubaisi has won three medals, including one gold and two silver. Secondly, he collected 808.050 points, a slight difference from the owner of the Ukrainian gold, which collected 851.950 points and also promising star Fahad Idris bronze medal in the overall standings with a balance of 706.418 points.

Nasr Hamouda Al Neyadi, Chairman of the Emirates Sports Federation, attributed these achievements to the unlimited and continuous support of His Highness Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai and Chairman of Dubai Sports Council, who attaches great importance to this sport to be able to occupy this global position and be a difficult number in all International Championships.

Al-Neyadi extended congratulations to the team, expressing his great happiness for this achievement achieved by our heroes to make a bright new page for sports achievements in the country in general and for skydiving especially pointing out the participation of the most prominent stars of the game known in this global demonstration.

He praised the efforts of those responsible for the game, congratulating the family of air sports and the owners of the achievement on this great victory, noting that these successive achievements are not strange to the sons of the UAE, whom we are accustomed to such achievements that set the chest of the family of air sports and Emirates sports.

Credit : http://wam.ae/ar/details/1395302782818

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