Doha, April 19, 2018, concluded at the Khawla gymnastics gymnasium in the school Olympic program, for the elementary and junior high schools. After the end of the competition Ali Al-Hitmi, president of the gymnastics union, secretary of the school sports union, crowned the winners of the colored medals. The final witnessed an exciting competition between the different schools, attended by a number of teachers and teachers of sports education in schools and coaches of national gymnastics teams, and the referees and officials of the Union, who organized competitions in a wonderful way.
The Al Khor Model School team ranked first in the first level competitions, the Muthanna Bin Haritha Model School team was second, and the Khalifa Model School team came in third.
In the general singles competition, Zaid Khairi of Iqraa English School for Boys came in first place, Abdulrahman Mosaad of Khalifa Model School came in second place and Ward Zoghbi of Newton International Academy and Abdullah Al Dosari of Saad Bin Abi Waqas Model School came in third place.
In the ground movements, the first place was led by Abdulrahman Mosaad from the Khalifa Model School. In the second place were 3 students: Abdullah Al Dosari from Saad bin Abi Waqas Model School, Rashid Nawaf from Al Khor School and Zaid Khairi from the Iqraa English School for Boys.
In the jumping horse, Zaid Khairi of the Iqraa English School for Boys was replaced by Ward Zoghbi of the Newton Academy and Abdulrahman Mosaad of Khalifa Model School.
In the technical final – the second level – Al Qadisiya Model School won first place, Abdullah bin Zeid Al Mahmoud Model School in second place, and Ahmed Mansour Primary School in third place.
In the second level, Rashid Fahad Al Shammari of Al Qadisiyah Model School ranked first, Yamen Mukhlas of Abdul Hameed Al Dailail Model School in second place and Hamad Al Marri of Al Qadisiya Model School in third place.
In the ground movements, Rashid Fahad Al Shammari of Al Qadisiya Model School won the first place, Yamen Mukhlas of Abdul Hameed Al Dail Model School in second place, Hamad Salem Al Marri of Al Qadisiya Model School and Mohammed Mosaad of Khalifa Model School in third place.
In the jumping horse, Mansur Badr Al Nahdi from Ahmed Mansour Primary School and Mohammed Mosaad from Khalifa Model School won the first place in the competition. Third place was Yaman Mukhlas from Abdul Hameed Al Dail Model School and Mutab Ali Al Kubaisi from Ahmed Mansour Primary School.
In the results of the teams for junior high schools – Level III – the team of Ali Bin Abi Talib School graduated first place, and the Jordanian school for the second place, and Hanaf bin Qais Preparatory third.
In the ground movements, Mazen Mohammed Al-Dulaimi won the first place in Abu Bakr Al-Siddiq Preparatory School, Abdul Rahman Sulaiman Al-Sharshani from Ali Bin Abi Talib School in second place, and Ansari Tanjouri from Al-Ahnaf Bin Qais Preparatory School and Abdullah Ibrahim Fadel from Ebla International School.
In the overall general ranking, Mazen Mohammed Al-Dulaimi of Abu Bakr Al-Siddiq Preparatory School won first place, Abdullah Ibrahim Fadel of Ibla International School and Amer Mohammed Khattar of Jordan Private.
In the jump horse for junior high schools, Mazen Mohammed al-Dulaimi of Abu Bakr al-Siddiq School won first place, Abdullah Ibrahim Fadel of Ebla International School in second place, and Amer Mohammed Khatar of Jordan for third place.
For his part, Ali Al-Hitmi, president of the Gymnastics Federation, confirmed the success of the current version of the gymnastics competitions in the school Olympic program. Ali Al-Hitmi said that gymnastics is one of the basic games in the program and is considered for them or the games because it provides all that the athlete needs in other games.
The President of the Gymnastics Federation said that the cooperation between the School Sports Union and the Gymnastics Federation has been going on for 11 years in a row to organize these competitions between schools in order to achieve common objectives of spreading the game, as well as to help sport become a lifestyle for students.
As for their role as a federation in the provision of school aids Ali Al-Hitmi revealed that they have started with the Olympic Committee this year in the “Be Sports” program to serve the school sport and under this cooperation will provide schools that have a real interest in gymnastics tools that help students to exercise, It has special needs and needs to meet the requirements of security and safety, and although it is an aesthetic game, but it contains difficult movements that no one can not meet the specifications of their practice.
Al-Hitimi said that the opposite is true. Schools benefit from the gymnastics federation because the union starts selecting elements from children of the age of three, while the schools start at the age of seven.