Muhammad Al-Yami is a Saudi player who started practicing jiu-jitsu years ago and won a number of championships, the last of which is the Jiu-Jitsu World Championship, which is a #Japanese sport that developed in Brazil
The hero Mohamed Al-Yami has had several years in America to treat a son who suffers from lung failure. He used to accompany his father with an oxygen cylinder in matches.
He used his time well to relieve his stress, fear, and concern for his son by learning and mastering his sports, excelling at them, so he raised the flag of his country.
Saudi champion (Mohammed Al-Yami) raised his country’s flag after winning the gold medal for the Jiu-Jitsu Championship.
This Championship was in United States, while he was going with his son for treatment as an escort
Al-Yami commented on his victory, saying:
So far, I can’t believe I won the world championship
An indescribable feeling… Legends I dreamed of meeting them are congratulating me now
Feeling is more than wonderful when I hear the name of me and my country in the loudspeakers by declaring me as a hero
What is jiu-jitsu?
It is the name given to a group of Japanese martial arts styles, including unarmed or armed combat.
Jujutsu developed among samurai in Japan as a method of defeating an armed opponent without the use of weapons.
The most effective techniques of defeating the enemy in jiu-jitsu were knuckle-bending and throwing operations, due to the ineffectiveness of striking an armoured opponent.
These techniques were developed around the principle of using the attacker’s energy against him rather than facing him.