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First fencing championship for ladies kicks off in Ramadan

Through Faten Omar

KUWAIT: Al-Tahadiy Disabled Sports activities Membership, in cooperation with Al-Arabi Fencing Academy, held the primary Ramadan fencing championship for feminine athletes with and with out disabilities on Monday at Al-Arabi Wearing Membership. Kuwaiti fencer Tareq Al-Qallaf, Director of Fencing at Al-Tahadiy Disabled Sports activities Membership, advised Kuwait Occasions: “Twenty-five feminine athletes are competing within the fencing championship, whilst 25 male fencers will compete within the championship that will probably be hung on Sunday.”

He famous that the fencing championship for athletes with and with out disabilities goals to spice up the sport within the coming years to result in the Gulf Fencing Championship. It additionally seeks to ship the concept that of ‘becoming in’ for disabled athletes and take away limitations in society.

Lulwa Al-Ayoub, Kuwaiti Olympic fencing champion and Chairperson of the Girls’s Committee on the Kuwaiti Fencing Federation, stated: “The Girls’s Committee used to be shaped through the Olympic Committee to turn on girls’s function in all sports activities. On the identical time, we constructed an academy to hurry up the function of girls in sports activities in Kuwait and create a Kuwaiti feminine fencing crew.”

Ayoub identified the fits have been in two classes – under-15 and over-15. “As of late’s championship is a novel and remarkable event to introduce gamers to others and inspire one every other,” she stated.

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