GCC Games: Oman returns headlong | GCC Games: Oman returns

Muscat: Despite finishing last in the medal tally at the GCC Games in Kuwait, Sultanate’s return has been a resounding success. Oman, which participated in the Games with the lowest number of athletes, has shown great fighting spirit in many competitions. Oman won 32 medals from May 16 to 31.

He won 12 gold, five silver and 16 bronze medals. Kuwait won 35 gold and 94 medals in the overall championship. In second place is Bahrain. He won a total of 63 medals, including 20 gold. The UAE came in third with 18 gold and a total of 50 medals.

Oman wins gold in shooting competition

Saudi Arabia finished fourth with 16 gold and 66 medals, followed by Qatar with 15 gold and 50 medals with a total of 50 medals. With 130 men and women, Oman competed in only nine of 16 games. However, Kuwait had 394 players and Bahrain 360 players. They competed in 16 events individually and team-wise.

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Oman won the most medals in the shooting category. Nine medals were won in these events, including seven gold and two bronze. Gold medalists: Salim bin Ali Al Nabi, 10m Rapid Pistol – Moaz bin Darwish Al Balushi, 50m Rifle – Issam bin Badr Al Balushi, 10m Air Pistol – Team Members Saif Al Shukaili, Sulaiman Al Rahbi , Ismail Al Abri.

50m Rifle Team – Issam Al Balushi, Dilham Al Harazi, Ali Al Saeed.10m Air Rifle – Team Members Issam Al Balushi, Mohammed Al Hajjari, Salim Al Nabi.

25m Rapid Pistol: Moaz Al Balushi, Sultan Al Hajjari, Jamal Al Hathali. Sulaiman bin Abdullah Al Rahbi won the 10m air pistol and Issam bin Badr Al Balushi won the bronze in the 10m air rifle event. The Oman women’s team won gold in the paddle event.

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11 medals in athletics ….

The Oman men’s and women’s team won 11 medals, including four gold, three silver and four bronze, in athletics. The women’s team won three gold medals in the 100m Masoon Al Alawi, Heba Al Azmi in the Javelin Throw and Hana Al Tawqi in the Hammer Throw. Masoon Al Alawi won silver in the 100m hurdles and Hiba Al Azmi won bronze in the high jump.

Salim Al Yaroubi won gold in the men’s long jump and Salim Al Rawahi won silver in the triple jump. The other men’s athletics medals are three bronze medals won by Salim Al Yaroubi in the triple jump, Barakat Al Hardi in the 100m and Khalfan Al Jabri in the 110m hurdles. She won two silver and three bronze medals in swimming.

Issa Al Adawi won silver medals in the 800 and 400 meters freestyle. Issa Al Adavi won bronze in the 200m freestyle and Oman won bronze in the 4×100 and 4x200m freestyle relays. The volleyball team won the bronze medal for the third time. In karate, the team won three bronze medals: Mohammad Al Hajjari (55 kg), Saeed Al Shabibi (60 kg) and Mohammad Al Kindi (75 kg).