Saudi national team wins gold, silver medals in Arab Shooting Championship

June 12, 2021

Saudi Gazette report

CAIRO — The Saudi national shooting team won 5 medals in the Arab Shooting Championship, which was held in Cairo from June 1-12, with the participation of 16 Arab countries, the Saudi Press Agency reported on Friday.

In the team competition, the Saudi national team has recorded second-place finishes and won the silver medal through shooters of the national team, including Prince Saud bin Al-Hassan bin Saud, Saeed Al-Mutairi and Hatem Al-Shimmari.

Shooters Misfer Al-Amari, Hussein Al-Harbi and Fayez Al-Enezi won the second place in the air pistol discipline.

In the individual pistol competition, Safar Al-Dossary and Atallah Al-Enezi won first and second places.

At the team competition level, the Saudi national side won second place and silver medal through shooters Safar Al-Dossary and Atallah Al-Enezi and Mohammad Al-Malki.

June 12, 2021
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