The UAE Championship has achieved great success at all levels (Union)
Abu Dhabi (Al-Ittihad)
The second round of the Jet Jetsu Women's Championship took place yesterday, under the patronage of His Majesty Sheyha Fatima Bint Mubarak, President of the Women's Union, Supreme Chairman of the Family Development Foundation and Chairman of the Superior Council for Maternity and Childhood.
The tournament showed outstanding competitions among Emirate women from across the UAE to compete at the Mubarak Bin Mohammed Sports Club in Abu Dhabi among a crowd of women.
Players have shown outstanding results reflecting the experience they have gained since the start of the tournament in its first edition during the 2016-2017 sports season, especially with the number of players who have achieved international success abroad.
Players competed in exceptional competitions in the streets of the tournament, where I showed the enthusiasm of the public in an atmosphere of exhilaration, encouragement, support and enthusiasm.
For his part, Samira Morsheid al Rumahati, a member of the board of directors of the Jutsu Federation, thanked His Majesty Sheyha Fatima Bint Mubarak for saying: "The generous attention to the tournament makes us proud of the state's support for women to be creative in the sports arena. And the traditions that appear in our national society to be able to achieve more success in a suitable environment and sporting events that particularly affect women and have a state with a strong generation of exceptional mathematics that strives to achieve their ambitions with all their seriousness. Al-Rumahati highlighted the continuation of the federation to organize sporting events for women, to increase the demand for emirate girls to practice Ju Jitsu and to encourage them to participate actively in various sports forums at local and international level.
UAE women competed for the first time in the Union's "tolerant carpet" in response to tolerance in 2019, and the federation tried to reinforce the value of tolerance closely related to the Jujitsu approach among UAE women.
"A tolerant spirit is one of Zhu Jutsu's most important values, so we always strive to establish that value among our players and players," Al Rumoyati said.
The 2019 Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum winners for sports innovations were awarded a gold medal to add to their excellent gold medals. Her High Skills.
"I was training every day to participate in this tournament and in the last week of training, focusing on my mistakes so as not to repeat it again," said Balkkis. "Today I have won a new gold, which has increased my pride in what I have achieved so far in Jitsu, and because this tournament takes a special place in my heart for the support she provides to the emirate girls.
"I have achieved my goal of winning the gold medal today and I am very proud of this event dedicated to the Amirra girl and gives her a special environment to play and create sport," said Mahr Al-Kuwait, a 44 kg winner.
On the other hand, Haq al-Jawi of Al Wada, a gold medalist in the 82nd Blue Belt category, has expressed his pleasure in winning the Uma Al Amarat Medal.
"She is one of our strongest players, and we are very proud of her win and the other players today," said Bresili Carvalho, Al Waha coach, who led the training of Haya Al-Gouri.
Carvalho said: "Umm Al Emarat" is one of the most important tournaments that gives girls an environment that allows them to compete freely, start at the most basic level and gain more sporting success.
Carvalho explained that Al Wahda players have undergone intensive training in preparation for the tournament and that they are highly engaged and disciplined in training, as evidenced by the races that have held and run a series of color medals.
Sheya Al-Isaaye said: "We won the first place in the first round of the tournament and today we strive to collect it because there are 69 girls participating in the Al Ain Club Championship." We've worked to provide all the necessary preparations for our players. The highest is the number of color medals, and today we return to our eyes with a new victory.
"Um al-Amarath is a new development in every circle, and has a high level of professional organization from the Air Jetsu Association, which we are used to organizing sporting events at the international level that encourage us to participate in them.
Cup of the Vice President of the State
The jujitsu federation has announced the end of the last round of the second round of the vice president that will be held today at the Sharjah Sports Club with the participation of 11 clubs across the country.
The tournament is one of only two national championships that allow sports clubs across the country to compete for one of the most prestigious national titles after the Cup of His Excellency President.
The tournament will give players an extraordinary opportunity to play on the open-loop system, with participants competing in different categories, including men over 21, young people under the age of 21 and under 15, 16 and 17 years of age. ,
Second season tournaments
The UAE Championship is the second race to be held in 2019 in the 2018-2019 sporting season following the Fujairah Fujairah International Fusion Championship, followed by the second round of Vice President Jetsu's Cup today, while the Ju-Jitsu Challenge From 7 to 9 February in Abu Dhabi, followed by the international air raid Ras Al Khaimah on 22 and 23 February.
In March, the final of Vice President Jetsu Cup will be held on March 2, followed by the third round of the Umm Jumsu Championship on March 29, and the sports season will end with the final round of President Jitsu's Cup on March 30.
Bruno Marcos said the yesterday's race showed the progress made by the Amateur athletes in the Jetzue atmosphere, which presented outstanding competitions that reflected their high level of experience and professionalism and demonstrated their understanding and engagement with the rules. The tournament was successful in its previous releases, consolidating its position as a women's sports platform for UAE citizens in a purely female atmosphere, with the race being limited to the participation of racers from the emirate race. The Exceptional.