The UAE national team achieved outstanding results at the end of the Arab Youth Muay Thai Championship, which was held in Libya.
The UAE champions succeeded in winning five medals on the closing day, with two golds, two silvers and a bronze, as Aziz Al Hammadi won the 44 kg gold, and Tim Hadla won the 71 kg gold, while Issam Amin won the 48 kg silver, and the silver for Rakan Ahmed in the 40 kg weight, while Jaser Ahmed won the bronze in the weight of 63.5 kg.
In the same context, Iraq topped the overall standings with 11 medals, with 6 gold medals, one silver, and 4 bronze medals, Morocco came second with 12 medals (3 golds, 7 silvers, and two bronzes), and Egypt came third, with 11 medals (3 golds, one silver, And 7 bronzes), while Tunisia ranked fourth, with 11 medals (two golds, 5 silvers and 4 bronzes), while the UAE team came fifth with two golds, two silvers and a bronze, with a winning rate of 60%. He attended the closing day and participated in the coronation of the winners in the final round, Muhammad Al-Zarooq, Vice President of the Arab Muay Thai Federation, President of the Libyan Federation, and Tariq Muhammad Al-Muhairi, Secretary-General of the Arab Federation, along with members of the Arab Federation and heads of delegations and participating delegations.
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