Nishan Vodafone Ramadan Tournament 2022 kicks off

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2022-04-13 | Since 2 Month

Nishan Vodafone Ramadan Tournament 2022

Doha, 13 April 2022 - The competitions of the fourth edition of the  2022 Nishan Vodafone Ramadan Tournament continue at the Lusail Shooting Range with the participation of more than  500 competitors in both amateur and professional events.

This community tournament is organized under the patronage of the H.E Qatar Olympic Committee (QOC) President, Sheikh Joaan bin Hamad Al Thani, where competitors are fighting hard for top places in four classes, Pistol, Rifle, Shotgun and Archery.

The tournament aims to discover the most talented in the game, and develop their skills and help clubs as well as national teams to achieve a quantum leap in the game by promoting it among citizens and residents whose rate of participation rises sharply year by year.

Day one has seen tough competitions between participants in the air pistol class for both amateur and professional (Men and Women). In the Men’s professional event, Osama Abdulnaser Ahmed claimed the first place with (187 points), Ali Hassan Murshid settled in the second place (183 points) and third place went to Ali Mohammed Abdalla Al Attiyiah (183 points). 

In the women’s professional event, Meriam Mariyana hit the highest level to win first place (169 points), Reem Al Sharshani finished second (166 points), Nasra Mohammed took third place (166 points) and Ghaliya Ali Al Malki came fourth (166 points).

In the men’s Amateur event,  Abdulrahman Mohsen Al Ezbah won first place (178 points), Mohammed Khalid Al Sidiqi finished second (177 points) and the third place went to Hamad Saleh Al Karbi (177 points).

In the women’s Amateur event, Ghada Ali Al Ghamdy claimed the first place (164 points), Ashia Ali Al Sadah won the second place (163 points) and Ahlam Mazen Abdulatif clinched the third place (155 points).

In a statement on Tuesday, tournament Director and Assistant Secretary-General of Qatar Shooting & Archery Association, Mr. Abdulaziz Mohammed Al Tamimi said: "This edition is an exceptional one with a record-breaking number of participants that hit 500 competitors in both the amateur and professional events”.

For his part, Sheikh Mohammed bin Salman Al Thani, Head of the Tournament’s technical committee has lauded the significant turnout to the tournament from citizens and residents so far.

“ We are truly felt surprised by the high technical performance shown by amateurs, whose results were better than some professionals, we expect a rise in performance and we can see new records later.”


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