The shooters of the Qatari team continued to achieve positive results and win colorful medals during their participation in various international tournaments abroad. Shooter Amal Mahmoud won the gold medal in the moving targets competition in the Asian Cup for Pistol and Rifle Shooting, which is currently being held in Jakarta, Indonesia and will conclude on Friday, to continue Amal’s brilliance after She recently ranked fifth in the world in the World Cup for Moving Targets in France. The archer Ahmed Al-Sada also succeeded in winning the gold medal in the bow and arrow competition under 18 years old, at the Sulaymaniyah Shooting Championship, which is currently being held in Iraq. Mr. Jassim Shaheen Al-Sulaiti, Assistant Secretary of the Qatar Shooting, Bow and Arrow Federation, expressed his happiness with the good results achieved by the Qatari team’s shooters in the Asian Cup in Jakarta and the Sulaymaniyah Shooting Championship in Iraq. Al-Sulaiti said in a statement today that the Qatar Game Federation focuses on all games, not just shotgun, and the successes achieved in bow and arrow competitions, pistol and other games are the greatest proof of that. added: "We are happy with the superiority of Amal Mahmoud in the Asian Cup for Rifle and Pistol in Jakarta, and before that Reem Al-Sharshani in the Asian Cup for Shooting in Kuwait, and also with the superiority of our shooters currently in the Sulaymaniyah Championship currently held in Iraq, and we expect them to win more medals in the rest of the competitions of the two championships".
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