The curtain has come down on the competitions of the ninth edition of the “Sheikha Hind Women’s Sports Tournament”, organized by the Dubai Sports Council under the patronage of the wife of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, Her Highness Sheikha Hind bint Maktoum bin Juma Al Maktoum. , which included six individual sports.
The Dubai Police General Command won the award for the best participant, as its players won five gold, two silver and two bronze medals, and they dominated five championship titles, namely badminton, running, bowling, cycling, and CrossFit.
In the badminton championship, the player of the Dubai Police General Command, Rawda Saeed Rashid, won first place in the female nationals category.
In the residents category, the player Navesh Sarah Siraj from Dubai Media Incorporated won first place.
Afra Hareb Al Nuaimi of the Dubai Police General Command won the three-kilometer running title.
In the residents’ category, Latifa Al-Sorokh from the Dubai Club for People of Determination won first place, while Safia Mukhtar Al-Sayegh from the Dubai Police General Headquarters won the women’s category for the 16-kilometre bike race.
Among the residents category, Ibtisam Zayed, from the office of His Highness Sheikh Dr. Sultan bin Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, won first place.
In the CrossFit competitions, Asmaa Rashid from Emirates NBD won first place in the Nationals category. In the female residents category, Heba Al-Sayed from the Dubai Police General Command won first place.
In the bowling championship, the female national player Souad Yousef from the Dubai Police General Command won first place after achieving 567 points.
In the residents category, Lady Lise Anne Martial from Wim Advisory won first place.
In the Badel Tennis Championship, the duo Hessa Al Jasmi and Nouf Omar from Emirates Airlines won the Emirati women’s category.
In the resident category, Sundus Salem and Mona Ghadban from the Dubai Roads and Transport Authority won first place.
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