Kuwaiti athletes qualify for Peru World Championships

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ISMAILIA, Egypt, May 11: The athletes representing Kuwait in the 20th Arab Youth Athletics Championships, held in Ismailia, northern Egypt, secured top positions in the tournament, earning qualification for the upcoming World Youth Championships in Peru this July.

Faisal Al-Dasam, head of the delegation and Treasurer of the Kuwait Athletics Federation expressed his delight at the achievement of Kuwaiti athletes and their advancement to the global stage in Peru. He attributed this success to the unwavering support of Kuwait’s leadership for its champions across various sporting events.

Al-Dasam also commended the strides made in Kuwaiti sports, highlighting the utilization of modern sports equipment and the engagement of top-tier experts to prepare athletes for regional and international competitions. He extended his gratitude to the Public Sports Authority for their steadfast support of Kuwaiti athletes in athletics, aiming to elevate Kuwait’s presence on international podiums.

Recognizing the pivotal role played by the technical staff, Al-Dasam emphasized their dedication to nurturing Kuwaiti players both mentally and morally, fostering a culture of determination and excellence fitting Kuwait’s stature on the Arab, regional, and global levels.

Saad Al-Shammari, administrative director of the delegation, echoed the sentiment of joy over the victory, underscoring the significance of securing first place as a valuable addition to Kuwait’s sporting achievements. He lauded the consistent support provided to all Kuwaiti teams participating in foreign tournaments.

Dr. Nasser Al-Jarallah, coach of the Kuwaiti national team, praised the exceptional performance displayed by all players in the Arab Youth Championship. He credited the Kuwait Athletics Federation and its members for their unwavering support and encouragement, pledging to strive for further accomplishments in future championships.

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