The Olympic Program concludes its tenth edition with the athletics

The athletics competitions are part of the 10th edition of the Olympic School Program organized by the School Sports Association.
In the preparatory stage, Ahmed Mohammed Abdul Halim Al Qabbani of Al Shamal School won the first place and was crowned with the gold medal in the 60 meters race. In second place was Mohammed Al Ameen from Salahuddin Al-Ayoubi School for silver medal. Third place was Mahana Al Ajmi from Al Ahnaf Bin Qais School To receive the bronze medal.
In the 60 meter hurdles, Abdullah Dafallah Hjana from Al Shamal Preparatory School was awarded the gold medal. He was awarded the silver medal by Mohammed Ali Abdullah from the Osama Bin Zaid Preparatory School. He was awarded the bronze medal by Abdullah Hamadeh Abu-Shaker from Al-Shihaniya School.
In the 200m run, Tamim Saeed Al Hilabi from Abu Obaidah Preparatory School won the first place, while Ahmed Maher Mohammed Al Qabbani from Al Yarmouk School came in second place. Ali Mohammed Al Nazeer from Ibn Khaldun School came in third place.
In the high jump competition, Abdulrahman Yousry Hamid from Yarmouk Preparatory School was ranked first, and Yusuf Mohammed Al Najjar was second and Tawim Muttab Salem Al Marri was from Osama Bin Zaid Preparatory School.
In the competition, Sayed Ahmed Tantawi graduated from the Abu Ubaidah junior high school with a gold medal. Jasim Khalifa Al-Humaidi from the Omar Bin Al Khattab Preparatory School won the silver medal.
In the long jump, Ali Mohammed Al-Nazeer from Ibn Khaldoun Preparatory School won the gold medal. Hamad Ahmed Wagdy from Abu Obaida Preparatory School won the silver medal and Akram Mirzani from the Samisma Preparatory School won the bronze medal.
In the relay race 4 in 50 meters, Abu Ubaidah Preparatory School culminated in the gold medal and Mohammed bin Jassim junior high school won the silver medal, and Salahuddin Preparatory School won the bronze medal.
In the high school competition, Abdullah Ta’is of the Mohammed Bin Abdul Wahab School won the gold medal for the 60 meters race. Omar Hatem Saeed Saqr from Ahmed Bin Hanbal School won the silver medal and the bronze medal was awarded by Ibaa Hilal Saeed Hilali from Doha School.
In the 60m hurdles, Omar Hatem Saeed Saqr of Ahmed bin Hanbal School won the first place. Ibaa Hilal Saeed Hilali of Doha School won the silver medal and Mohamed Magdy El Sheikh of Ahmed bin Hanbal School won the bronze medal.
In the 200-meter sprint, Ahmed Faisal was awarded the gold medal by Musab Ben Ameer. His teammate Yusuf Khamis Al-Buraiki won the silver medal. Shehab Al-Din Walid Al-Abd from Ahmed Bin Hanbal School won the bronze medal.
In the 400 meter race, Mohammed Ali Adnan Al-Attar from Khalifa Secondary School won the gold medal. Jaber Mohammed Al Jarboui from Mohammed Bin Abdul Wahab School won the silver medal. Ahmed Abdullah Al-Kharousi from Al-Shehaniya School won the bronze medal.
In the 800m race, Mohammed Nabil from Musab Ben Ameer won the gold medal, and Mohammed Ali Adnan Al Attar from Khalifa School won the silver medal. The bronze was taken by Mohammed Magdy Al Sheikh from Ahmed Bin Hanbal School.
In the high jump competition, Abdullah Ali Al Fadak from Al Sailiya School won the gold medal, Abubaker Al Shaikh from Musab Ben Ameer School with silver medal, and Ziad Mohammed Badri from Ibn Taymiyyah School in the bronze medal.
Abdullah Ahmed Al Sakka of Samisma Secondary School won the gold medal, Ahmed Mohammed Assab of Musab bin Omair School in silver and Abdullah Hassan Al Kuwari of Samisma School in bronze.
In the long jump, Ahmed Faisal Selman of Musab Ben Ameer School won the gold medal, Yacoub Salem Al Ahmad of Khalifa School with silver medal, and Ziad Mohammed Badri of Ibn Taymiyyah School with bronze medal.
In the 4-by-100-meter relay, the Ahmed Bin Hanbal Secondary School team was crowned with gold, the Musab Ben Omair school team and the Khalifa School team in Hebron.
For his part, Ali Al-Hitmi, Vice-Chairman of the Organizing Committee of the Olympic School Program, praised the great success achieved by this edition of the Olympic School Program and congratulated all schools participating in the program.
“This year’s edition has achieved outstanding success and everyone was keen to offer the best levels of the season, which is what we have achieved,” said Al Hitmi.