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Kuwaiti karatekas take part in Cyprus

By way of Abdellatif Sharaa

KUWAIT: Kuwait nationwide karate group participants Joud Tawfiq and Tulay Ahmad are taking part within the kata competitions of the Karate Early life League in Limassol, Cyprus from April 25 till Would possibly 2. Tawfiq and Ahmad’s participation is their first within the global adolescence league, which has the most productive avid gamers within the juniors and adolescence teams taking part within the event from greater than 25 nations.

Participants of the board of Kuwait Olympic Committee and Chairwoman of the Ladies’s Game Committee Fatima Hayat stated she is pleased with Kuwaiti athletes taking part in some of the vital and biggest global karate championships.

“We’re pleased with having our avid gamers in global competitions arranged via global federations, and these days we’re pleased with having Joud and Tulay within the karate adolescence league, which is the results of persevered paintings and fervour to achieve the most productive ranges. We want all of them luck,” she stated.

Chairman of the Board of Kuwait Karate Federation Mohammad Al-Jassem stated the participation of Joud and Tulay confirms the development of ladies’s karate in all age teams, including this participation is the fruit of main efforts and persevered give a boost to via the board of administrators and all committees on the federation. He additionally lauded the give a boost to of the Public Authority for Game and its Director Normal Dr Humoud Fulaiteh, and Dr Saqer Al-Mulla, for the participation of the avid gamers in global competitions.

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