Syrian champion Laith Najjar has qualified for the World Gymnastics Championships in Liverpool, United Kingdom, and Majd al-Din Qasal will compete in the World Athletics Championships.
Syrian champion Laith Najjar has repeated his record and has officially qualified for the World Artistic Gymnastics Championships to be held in Liverpool, United Kingdom in October this year.
Najjar qualified for the 9th Asian Artistic Gymnastics Championships, which concluded in Doha, Qatar, last Thursday, finishing 17th out of the top 24 athletes from 137 athletes from China, Japan and South Korea. Excluding Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Malaysia, Mongolia, Thailand, Singapore, Taipei, Philippines, Hong Kong, India, Kyrgyzstan, Iran, Jordan, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Syria.
Najjar previously set a world record by winning a silver medal at the 2021 World Championships in Cairo as part of the platform jump competition, one of the art gymnastics competitions.
Leith Oran will also be taking part in the Mediterranean Games scheduled for this June.
Artistic gymnastics is an Olympic sport with 6 competitions for men, namely: ground movements, toy horse, hoop, jumping platform, parallel lift and barbell, which includes 4 competitions for women, namely: jump platform, the. Parallel graph, ground movements and balance beam.
Majd El Tin Kasal at the World High Jump Championships
Syrian champion Majd El-Din Kasal won the World High Jump Championship after finishing 3rd at the Ostrava International Conference (Czech Republic), one of the world athletic rounds.
He received his official qualification for the World Championships to be held in the United States next August in Eugene.
Ghazal reached a height of 2.24 cm, which made him one of the 32 best players in the world.
Ghazal is gearing up for the Mediterranean Games “Oran 2022” to be held on the 25th of this month.
Majd al-Din Qasal is highly regarded in Syria for his outstanding achievements despite his talents, he won the 2019 Asian Gold and qualified for the World Olympics twice, and also won gold at the Arab Games and bronze in London. 2017 World Championships, and many medals at World Athletics.
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