Saudi Universities team players Tariq Hamdi and Sanad Sufyani have qualified for the final match of the World Universities Martial Arts Championship currently being held in Turkey.
Tarik Hamdi started his career in the tournament defeating his Turkish rival Omar (1-0), then he defeated Bahamian player Yovanov (9-0) before defeating Frenchman Denison in the semi-finals (4-1), while at the start he was overtaken by Sanad Sfyani. In his career, Austrian player Andrei (4-2), then Canadian Fernando (1-1) played, and with the same result he defeated the Turkish Fatih, and in the semi-final match he defeated the Bahamas player Raggeded .
The two players will face Hamdi and Sofiani in the finals of the +84kg event on Friday to control the Saudi control of the fight, securing gold and silver in the competition in an unprecedented world achievement in collegiate sports.
It is noteworthy that the player Tariq Hamdi represents the Imam Abdul Rahman bin Faisal University, and the player Sanad Sufyani represents the King Saud University, since participation in the World Cup is carried out through universities, and not through teams, as provided by the tournament system.