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The ice hockey team launches its participation in the Gulf Games against Saudi Arabia today

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Today, Monday, our national ice hockey team launches its campaign in the third Gulf Games, currently being held in Kuwait, against its Saudi counterpart.

The team’s delegation arrived in Kuwait the day before yesterday, Saturday, to participate in the ice hockey competitions, which will be held over 4 days until May 27, with the participation of 4 teams: the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and Kuwait.

Our national team will open its matches with Saudi Arabia, followed by its Bahraini counterpart tomorrow, Tuesday, and then with Kuwait next Wednesday. Hamel Al Qubaisi, Vice-President of the Emirates Winter Sports Federation and head of the mission, said that we are keen to participate in this important Gulf forum, in which the brothers from the people of the Arab Gulf meet in the various sports fields to exchange experiences, raise the technical level and honest competition between brothers.

The national team squad includes captain Juma Al Dhaheri, Omar Al Shamsi, Khaled Al Suwaidi, Mubarak Al Mazrouei, Issa Al Muhairi, Saif Al Ameri, Muhammad Al Shamsi, Abdul Rahman Al Hosani, Muhammad Al Dhaheri, Ali Al Haddad, Ibrahim Budbes, Ahmed Al Suwaidi, Faisal Al Balushi, Faisal Al Suwaidi, Khalifa Al Mahrouqi, Abdullah Al Harmoudi, Ali Sorour, Ahmed Al Dhaheri, Salem Al Yafei and Abdullah Al Mazrou’. The coaching staff is led by David Rich, and Khaled Al Qubaisi as the national team manager.

The UAE national ice hockey team achieved a historic achievement by winning the gold medal and being crowned the third level Ice Hockey World Cup champion in Luxembourg last month. The team also underwent a training camp in Abu Dhabi that lasted for two weeks and concluded last Thursday in preparation for the Gulf Games.

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