Female players from Al-Wehda Club won first place in the adult category “over 18 years old” in the second round of the “Mother of the Nation” women’s jiu-jitsu tournament, which concluded yesterday at the Jujitsu Arena in Zayed Sports City, with the participation of more than 150 players representing 10 different clubs and academies across the country. Amidst strict precautionary measures.
The Al-Wehda players won gold medals after collecting 5090 points, while Al Ain players came in second place with 2870 points, and Palms Sport Academy players (777) came in third place, scoring 1,300 points. In the category of “under 16 years” girls, Al-Wehda players scored 3590 points, which put them in first place, while the Palms sports team, Team 777, scored 2450 points to come in second place, and the players of the Al-Jazira Academy won the third place by scoring 2430 points.
In the category of young women “under 18 years old”, Al Ain players managed to score 4,370 points, which placed them in first place, while Al Wahda players scored 3140 points in second place, and Sharjah’s female athletes for self-defense sports came in third place by scoring 1890 points.
For his part, a member of the Board of Directors of the Emirates Jiu-Jitsu Federation, Mohammed Salem Al Dhaheri, said in a press statement, “The second round of the Mother of the Emirates Jiu-Jitsu League and the high technical levels it has witnessed by the players on the carpet suggest that this version of the championship will be the strongest since its launch.” , Explaining that “the players have shown high degrees of seriousness and perseverance, especially since the championship represents a bridge to cross the Abu Dhabi World Professional Jiu-Jitsu Championship, and that preparations and preparations must be intensified to shine in the biggest and most prominent global championship competitions in the world.”
Al Dhaheri added, “The Emirates Jiu-Jitsu Federation, with the support of the wise leadership, is keen to provide model platforms, organize pioneering events that open the doors to the shine of Emirati women, consolidate their presence in major sporting events, and stimulate them to innovate in various arenas.”
– Al-Wehda players lead the championship with 5,090 points, Al-Ain is second with 2,870 points, and Palms Sport Academy is third with 1,300 points.
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