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First Arab Best Award honors various sports clubs, sportspersons – International sportsman Omar Abdulrahman wins title for Best Player

First Arab Best Award winners pose for a group photo after the awarding ceremony
First Arab Best Award winners pose for a group photo after the awarding ceremony

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 29, (KUNA): The Secretariat General of the First Arab Best Award held a ceremony in Marrakesh, Morocco to honor various sports clubs and sportspersons in all Arab countries.

The United Arab Emirates won most of the awards. Al-Ain Club won the Best Club Award reward and the International sportsman Omar Abdulrahman won the title of Best Player. Al-Wehda Club won two awards for basketball and swimming. Rumaithiya Club won the award for Best Club for Taekwondo. The Bowling Association also won an award.

In the other categories, Qais Marrakesh Archery Club, Al-Etihad Al-Qatari Equestrian Club, Al-Jamea Al-Maghrabiya Boxing Club, The Oman Motor Club, Saudi Etihad Swimming Club, Bahrain Etihad Club for Athletics and Tunisian Fencing Institute won awards.

Head of Qatar Police Association and Head of Arab Police Association Brigadier Khaled Bin Hamad Al-Attia won the award for Best Executive President in the sports sector.

 

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