The Organizing Committee of the Olympic School Program continues its preparations for the finals which will be held in the coming period in the various games participating in this year’s edition.
The Organizing Committee, headed by HE Rabia Al Kaabi, President of Qatar Sports School Federation, along with Ali Al Hitmi, Secretary General of the Federation, and Abdel Rahman Al Miftah, the Executive Director, aim to ensure that the finals are the best in terms of organizational level. All schools, whether governmental or private, at the level of boys and girls.
The finals are being arranged and at the same time the various competitions are being completed by the managers of the various competitions so that everyone is ready for the finals.
Competitors in the Olympic program prepared the schedules for the current competitions and the final finalists so that everyone is ready to leave the finals in such a way as to ensure the success of this year’s edition, with the great support of the program, whether from the Olympic Committee or other partners for everyone’s wish. The finals are very distinct.
The competition managers are currently completing these tables: Wajdi Boussar, Director of the Athletics Competition, Anis Saoud, Director of Gymnastics, Ahmed Tantawi, Director of Basketball Competitions, Hashem Muhammed, Director of Volleyball, Ibrahim Al Mohannadi, Shooting Director, Ziad Mahmoud Abu Karki, Table Tennis Tournament Manager, Mohammed Sami, Taekwondo Manager, and Hisham Kershod, Director of Fencing.
The Organizing Committee of the Olympic Program announced the dates of the finals of the Olympic program before, which is as follows: Football will be held from April 4 to 10 next.
Basketball will be held on April 9, the basket and the plane will be on April 8 and the ground tennis will be held on April 11th and the shooting will be held from March 4 to 7 for boys and girls.
Fencing competitions will be held on April 18 for girls and April 19 for boys, gymnastics on April 16 for girls and 17 for boys, table tennis on April 14 and 15, swimming from April 9 to 11, taekwondo from 11 to 15 March for boys and from 16 to 19 from the same Month for girls, special needs on 14 and 15 March.
Dr. Salah Salem, technical expert at the Sports Sports Union, said that the technical level in most competitions is very distinguished due to the great participation of all schools, whether governmental or private. This confirms that this year’s edition is strong and distinguished by the presence of these large numbers of students.
“This year’s edition is a great response by everyone, especially coaches and experts from various sports federations, to follow up on the technical levels presented by the players and players during these competitions in order to choose the talents that can be joined to clubs and different teams.
Dr. Salem Salem pointed out that the school Olympic program represents a bright and important point in the discovery of talent, as in those small Sunni stages that represent the stage of the emergence of talent and we are happy with what we have seen from the level during the competitions and this represents an important success of the program.