Saudi runner Mazen Al-Yassin reached a new achievement in the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, adding to his historical record and also to the Kingdom.
Saudi sprinter Mazen Al-Yassin at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics
The Saudi national athletics team player, Mazen Al-Yassin, won first place in the 400-meter qualifiers, which was held today, Sunday, as part of the athletics competitions at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
Saudi runner Mazen Al-Yasmeen was able to qualify for the semi-finals, after leading his group.
The Belgian player Kevin Broly and the Swiss Ricky Bertucciani took second place.
In turn, Prince Abdulaziz bin Turki Al-Faisal congratulated; The Minister of Sports, President of the Saudi Olympic Committee, the Saudi runner, after ensuring his qualification to the semi-finals, wishing him success in the next stage.
It is noteworthy that the Olympic tournament will be concluded on the 8th of August.