The most prominent achievement of Syrian sport in 2017

During the year 2017, the Syrian sport achieved many achievements, most notably the arrival of the Syrian football team to the Asian supplement in the 2018 World Cup qualifiers, in addition to winning many medals during the participation of our players in various games with external benefits.

Football:

– The arrival of the Syrian football team to the Asian annex of the World Cup qualifiers and was close to qualifying for the finals after drawing in the annex to the Australian team back to one goal and lost two goals to the goal, knowing that our team qualified since last year to the Asian Cup in the UAE United Nations 2019.

– Syria qualified under the 23-year-old to qualify for the 2018 Asian Cup, which will be held in China by the best of the six teams ranked second in the ten groups participating in the qualifiers, equivalent to Qatar for a goal and won the Indian team with two goals without a response and draw Turkmenistan.

– Syria’s military team won third place in the military world championship in Oman in January.

– The military team crowned the Premier League title for the third time in a row and fifteenth in history.

– Al Wahda team won the Republic Cup for the seventh time in their history by winning the final against Al Karama with two goals.

– Al Wahda and Al-Ahly participated in the AFC Cup and the unit went out of the West Asian final against the Iraqi Air Force after a 2-2 draw in the aggregate round-trip to qualify the Iraqi team with a goal difference scored off the ground while the army gave the championship from the group stage.

– Al Karama won the 17th edition of the Tishreen tournament held in Lattakia by defeating Al Nujair with six goals.

– Qualified the team of Jihad and Aleppo fans to the Premier League at the end of the first division, while landed to the same degree teams bully and Jbla and island and freedom.

Basketball:

– Syria qualified for the World Cup qualifiers in China 2019 after finishing fifth in the West Asian Championship in Jordan in February.

– The Syrian team defeated the Indian team 74-57 in the first round of the World Cup qualifiers, lost to Jordan 109-72 and will play with Lebanon on 23 February.

– Syria won the women’s basketball 3, beating 3 in fourth place in the fifth Asian Games Games and Martial Arts held in Turkmenistan in September.

– The army team crowned the men’s and women’s division championship.

– Al Wahda team crowned the Republic Cup for men and revolution for the women’s category.

Tennis:

– Syria’s under-14 teammate Tim Al-Azmeh won second place in the singles competition and first place in the doubles with Jordanian teammate Abdullah Shalbaya in the second round of the Asian Championship in Thailand in January.

– Syrian Under-14 teammate Tim Al-Azmah and Abu-Hassoun won the doubles competition at Qatar’s AFC Championships in March.

– Syria’s Under-14 Under-14 Under-14 team won the second place in Qatar’s AFC Championships in March.

– Syrian tennis player Sub-18-year-old Rabia Selim won second place in the first international golf tournament in Lebanon in August.

– Syria’s tennis player, under-18, Rabia Selim, won second place in the second international golf tournament in Lebanon in September.

– Syrian tennis player Raul Selim and his Italian team mate Gianluca Quinze have been crowned doubles champions at the Tehran International Tournament in October.

– Syria’s under-14 teammate Tim Al-Azmah and Abu-Hassoun won the singles and doubles competitions in Qatar’s AFC Championships in November.

Volleyball:

– Police team won the Republic Championship for men and women handball.

– UEFA team won the Republic Championship for men and the police team of the Women’s Republic Championship.

Athletics:

– Syria’s national athletics player Majduddin Ghazal won several medals, most notably two gold medals in the high jump in the Asian Grand Prix in China in April, with 227 and 230 cm high and the gold medal of the high jump competition at the 4th Islamic Solidarity Games in the Azerbaijani capital Baku during In May, after the 228th high and silver in the high-jump event in the Slovak national championship in Bratislava in June after a 224 cm high and bronze high jump event in the World Challenge Championship in the Czech city of Ostrava in June after a 227 cm high.

– A bronze gazelle won the Diamond League in France in July after a 232 cm bronze medal at the Asian Championships in India in July after a 224 cm and bronze medal at the London World Championships in August after a 229 cm and silver medal at the Birmingham meeting in Britain in August. 231 cm and Silver The last round of the Diamond League in Zurich, Switzerland in August after the 231 cm and the gold medal of Asian Games of the halls and martial arts held in Turkmenistan during the month of September after the 226 cm.
A bronze gazelle won the bronze medal in France in July after a 232 cm bronze medal at the Asian Championship in India in July after a 224-cm bronze medal at the London World Championships in August after 229 cm and silver at the Birmingham meeting in Britain in August, Cm and silver The last round of the Diamond League in Zurich, Switzerland, in August after the 231 cm and the gold medal of Asian Games of the halls and martial arts held in Turkmenistan during the month of September after the 226 cm.

– Syria’s Athletics Team Lauris Danon wins the 800m freestyle gold at the Asian Junior and Young Women’s Championship in Thailand in May.

Swimming:

– Syrian swimmer Ayman Kalzieh won five medals at the Malaysian International Championship, three gold, silver and bronze in March.

– Syrian swimmer Bayan Juma won the gold medal and silver medal for the 50m and 100m freestyle at the Grand Prix in March.

– Syrian swimmer Azad Al-Barazi won three gold, silver and bronze medals at the New Zealand International Championship in April.

– The Syrian junior swimming team won four different medals at the Sochi International Championship in Russia in April through Mohamed Nimr, 50 meters butterfly, silver 100 meters butterfly and Khaled Barakat silver 100m freestyle and 50m freestyle bronze.

– Swimmer Azad Al-Barazi won three bronze medals for 50, 10 and 200 meters at the Islamic Solidarity Games in May.

– The Syrian swimmer won a silver medal for the 100m freestyle and 50m bronze medal at the 4th Islamic Solidarity Games in the Azerbaijani capital Baku in May.

– Syrian swimmer Ayman Kalzieh won the bronze medal for the 200-meter butterfly at the Singapore International Championship in June.

– Syrian swimmer Mirna Bazdakian won four gold and silver medals at the World Athletics Championship in Armenia in July.

– Syrian swimmer Firas Maala won the bronze medal for a three-kilometer race at the World Masters Championship in Hungary in August.

– Syrian swimmer Azad Al-Barazi won the bronze medal in the 50m breaststroke at the Asian Championship in Uzbekistan in September.

– The Syrian swimmer won the 100m freestyle gold medal, the 50m breaststroke gold and 200m freestyle gold at the Asian Championship in Uzbekistan in September.

– Ayman Kalzia won the 400m medley and bronze in the 200m butterfly in the Asian Championship in Uzbekistan in September.

Equestrian:

– The Cavalry Cavalry and Shady Gharib achieved the first and second place in a row for 130 cm and 140 cm. Omar Hamsho finished second in the Sharjah International Jumping Championship in the UAE in January.

-Marif Al-Jabri won the first place in the power competitions and choose your points in the title of Infinity to jump the barriers that were held in Alexandria, Egypt during the month of February.

– Shadi Gharib won the first place in the Sharjah International Championship during the month of February.

– Ahmed Hamsho won the Grand Prix of the two-star category at the International Eye Jumping Championships in the United Arab Emirates during the month of February.

– Fellow Shams Al-Assad took third place in the Iran International Junior Children’s and Children’s Tournament of 105 cm, while Jodi Nizam got the same position for 120 cm in July.

Firas Gnide has been crowned the Grand Prix of the French Maison-Lafitte to jump at the most important international tournaments in August.

– Syria’s equestrian team won the bronze medal at the Asian Games in Turkmenistan in September.

– Manaf Al-Jabri won second place in the Grand Prix at the International Jumping Championships in Egypt in September.

– Rami Shaheen won the Grand Prix of the Sun City Camp in Jordan for 140 cm during October.

Karate:

– The Syrian Karate team won second place in the second international Saikon Kyokushankai championship in Lebanon after winning 10 medals in three silver and seven bronze medals in January.

– Syria’s Karate team won three bronze medals at the Russia International Championship in St. Petersburg through Mohammed Darwish, Mona Shuhibar and Diana Mohammed in February.

– Syria’s Karate team won ten gold and silver medals at Iran’s International Open for Age Groups in Iran in September.

– Mohamed Hasna Babli made the bronze medal at the World Championships in Shotokan in Hungary in October.

– Syria’s Kyokushinki karate team won three silver and bronze medals at the 9th Arab Championship in Lebanon in November.

Balances:

– Syria’s weightlifting team won the third place in the Arab and Afro-Asian Championship in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt, after winning 71 medals.

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– Syria’s weightlifting sports team won four medals at the West Asian Paralympic Games in the United Arab Emirates through Shadi Issa and Nora with two gold medals, Fatima Al-Hassan Silver and Ziad Andron bronze in February.

– Syrian national team player for sports Noura Badr won the gold medal, Shadi Issa and Fatima Hassan Faditin at the Fazza International Championship in the UAE in March.

– The Syrian Special Sports Team won seven gold medals and three silver medals at the Grand Prix in China in May.

Special Olympics:

– The Syrian Special Olympics team won eight medals at the Winter World Games in Austria in April through Fadi Hawazani, a 50-meter gold skateboarder and a 100-meter-long ski skier in 100 meters and a 50-meter bronze skate. 50 meters away and Ali Baaz and Nour Al-Chagouri two silver in the ice skating and Asma Nasser al-Din silver running on the snow for 25 meters and a bronze 50 meters.

Cakeboxing:

– Syria’s Kickboxing team won 11 gold and silver medals and 7 bronze medals at the Arab Mwai Tai Championship in Lebanon in April.

– Syria’s Kickboxing team won nine gold and silver medals and six bronze medals at the Asian Championship in Turkmenistan in May.

– Syria’s Kickboxing team won seven gold medals and five bronze medals at the Mediterranean Championship in Lebanon in May.

– Syria’s Kickboxing player Ibrahim Al-Hassan and Wael Al-Saeed won two bronze medals for Luzani 57 and 81 kg at the Fifth Asian Games
Of Turkmenistan’s martial arts and art galleries in September.

– Syria’s Kung Fu player Mohammed Shamma received two bronze medals in the fighting and a display of weapons styles at the Asian Championship in Iran in December.

 

Bodybuilding:

– The Syrian bodybuilding team won nine gold medals, 5 silver and 3 bronze medals in the Mediterranean session in the Algerian city of Oran during April.

– Syria’s bodybuilding team won a gold and silver medal at the Asian Championships in the Mongolian capital Ulan Bator in May.

– Syria’s bodybuilding player Wael Omar won the 65kg bronze medal at the World Championships in Benidorm, Spain, in November.

Boxing:

– Syria’s boxing player Alaeddin Ghosoun and Mohamed Meles held two bronze medals at the Asian Men’s Championship in Tashkent, Uzbekistan, qualifying for the World Cup in May.

– The Syrian boxing team won four gold, silver and bronze medals through Hussein Al Masri, a gold medal of 49 kg, a silver medal of weight over 91 kg, Ahmed Ghosun of Bronze weight 69 kg and Alaeddin Ghosun of Bronze weight of 81 kg in the fourth Islamic Solidarity Games in the Azerbaijani capital Baku in May.

– The Army Boxing Team won four gold medals and a silver medal at the Atrawa International Championship in Kazakhstan in July. The gold medals came through Hussein Al Masri, 49kg, Ahmed Ghosoun, 69kg, Alaeddin Ghosoun, 91kg, Mohammed Melis, over 91kg. For weight above 91 kg.

– Hussein Al-Masri, Ahmed Ghosoun, Alaeddin Ghosoun, Mohamed Melis and Abdel-Moneim Aziz qualified for the World Championship in Germany in May.

 

Triathlon:

– Syria won the triathlon seven medals 3 gold and 3 silver and bronze in the championship of the Lebanese army commander in the Lebanese capital Beirut in May.

– Syrian national team players Ahmed Mardenli and Zakaria Hraz scored two silver and bronze medals respectively in the Saberet at the Asian Championship in Indonesia in July.

– Triathlon won first place in the Naqoura International Team Championship in Lebanon with two gold medals and two silver medals in September.

– Syria won the triathlon five silver, silver and bronze medals at the Asian and West Asian championships in Jordan in October.

Bikes:

– The Syrian cycling team won two gold and silver medals at the Torres Swissling in Switzerland in May.

– Yusef Sorouji won the gold medal at the Lebanese Open for the General Open in August.

– Syrian national team player Nadir Al-Jasser won the first place and gold medal at the Stuttgart International Championship in Germany in August.

– Syria’s youth and youth team won five gold, silver and bronze medals at the Sochi Championships in Russia in September.

– Syrian cycling player Mohamed Amin Al-Rayes won the first place for youth and second place for the under-23 category at the Algiers International Tour in October.

– Raba Hilani won four gold medals in the professional league in Iraq in the two stages held in March and August.

 

Softball:

– The Syrian women’s team won second place in the first Arab championship in the Tunisian city of Nabeul by defeating their Iraqi counterpart 13/12 and the Tunisian team 10/9 and lost their last and final match against Tunisian team A with experience and long game in game 10/18 in September.

 

Judo:

– Syria won 3 gold, silver and bronze medals at the International Men’s International Tournament in February.

– Syrian softball player Hasna Al-Saeed won the bronze medal at the Asian Games and Martial Arts Games in Turkmenistan in September.

– Al Rahhi Club won nine gold medals, 4 silver and 3 bronze medals in the Arab Open for Junior, Young Women, Cubs and Buds in Lebanon in September.

Wrestling:

– Syria’s free-kick player Raja Al-Karad won the 125kg bronze medal at the 5th Asian Games and Martial Arts Games in Turkmenistan in September.

Snooker:

– Syria’s snooker player weighs the gold medal of the Arab Under-21 Championship in the UAE in October.

Taekwondo:

– Syria’s Taekwondo team mate Lamy Khawnedeh won the bronze medal for women’s over 67kg at the Fajr International Championship in Iran in April.

Mohammed Al-Raheel, Emad Sinqar and Mohammed Al-Khater

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