The sixth Arab Public Swimming Championship (men and women) will begin tomorrow with the participation of 140 male and female swimmers from 16 Arab countries at the Mohammed bin Zayed City Swimming Pool in Abu Dhabi. The competitions will continue until October 30, sponsored and organized by the Abu Dhabi Sports Council in cooperation with the Emirates Swimming Federation and the Abu Dhabi Water Sports Club.
The teams of Bahrain, Tunisia, Algeria, Djibouti, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Syria, Iraq, Oman, Qatar, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Mauritania, Yemen and the Emirates are participating in the championship, with the presence of 140 male and female swimmers.
Tournament director Abdullah Al-Wahaibi told Emirates Al-Youm that the organizing committee is ready to receive this Arab event, which is witnessing a large sporting gathering, after the remarkable success of the Arab Swimming Championship, which was held in Abu Dhabi in the year 2021.
Al-Wahaibi added: “The championship will be an opportunity for the member Arab federations to prepare swimmers for upcoming global competitions, including the 2024 World Swimming Championships in Doha and the 2024 Paris Olympic Games.”
Al Wahaibi praised the great support provided by the Abu Dhabi Sports Council for the success of the tournament, which continues over 4 days, in the Mohammed bin Zayed City (50 meter) swimming pool, where all committees worked side by side with the Arab Swimming Federation in order to receive delegations and facilitate their task in training. And overcome all difficulties before the start of the tournament.
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