The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia achieved medals (gold, silver, and bronze) in the World Universiade Martial Arts Championship, which is organized by the International Federation FISU in the Republic of Turkey.
This achievement was represented by the achievement of the student Tariq Hamdi from Imam Abdulrahman bin Faisal University for first place and the gold medal.
The student Sanad Sufyani from King Saud University achieved second place and the silver medal after their meeting in a historic Saudi final in the weight of over 84 kg.
The student Youssef Nayeh from King Abdulaziz University also achieved third place and the bronze medal in the weight under 60 kg.
On this occasion, the President of the Sports Federation of Saudi Universities, Dr. Khalid bin Saleh Al-Muzaini, extended his warmest congratulations and blessings on the occasion of achieving this achievement.
Dr. Al-Muzaini said that university sports in the Kingdom are witnessing a major national transformation as a result of the state’s support and the support of those responsible for sports and university sports in particular.
The Kingdom has participated in three universities, each of which received a medal, while 106 universities from around the world participated in the karate competition.
Secretary-General of the Sports Federation of Saudi Universities, Dr. Abdulelah Al-Silwi, confirmed that this tournament has a very strong classification and is under the supervision of the International Federation of Universities FISU and the International Karate Federation WKF.