Today, Friday, the third Gulf Games “Kuwait 2022” will start with the participation of all countries of the Gulf Cooperation Council.
The futsal team joined the Saudi Mission in Kuwait after the end of a training camp that took place in the eastern region and lasted 5 days, which was the last stage before participating in the third Gulf Sports Games 2022, which had been held in the State of Kuwait since 14 to May 23.
The Kingdom will take part in the third Kuwait 2022 Gulf Games, due to start next Friday in the Kuwait capital Kuwait with the participation of all the countries of the Gulf Cooperation Council and will last until the end of May. Bahrain national team at five o’clock next Sunday.
Kingdom will participate in this tournament with more than 250 male and female players who will participate in the games (futsal (men and women), 5v5 basketball for men, 3v3 basketball for women, athletics (men and women) and padel (men and women), e-sports (men and women), cycling (men and women), swimming, table tennis, tennis, hockey, archery, handball, judo, karate, volleyball and fencing for men.
The Supreme Organizing Committee of the Games has allocated 12 venues for the competition, including the Headquarters of the Kuwait Olympic Committee, Crowne Plaza Hotel, Sheikh Nasser Al Mohammed Aquarium Complex, Sheikh Abdullah Al Jaber Al Sabah Hall, Ahmed Al Athletics Hall -Rashdan and Sheikh Jaber Al Abdullah International Tennis Complex Sheikh Sabah Al Ahmad Olympic Range Complex, Sheikh Jaber Al Ahmad Al Sabah Bridge, Kuwait Aquatic Club, Sheikh Saad Al Abdullah Complex – Sabah Halls, Al Yarmouk Sports Club and sports club of Kuwait.
Notably, the Kingdom topped the session overall standings (Dammam 2015) with 115 different medals (57 gold, 35 silver and 23 bronze), followed by the UAE with 73 different medals (26 gold, 20 silver and 27 bronze) and Qatar in third place with 59 medals (11 gold, 17 silver) and 31 bronze), Bahrain in fourth place with 43 medals (7 gold, 20 silver and 16 bronze) and Oman in fifth with 29 medals (4 gold, 13 silver and 12 bronze).
At the 2011 Manama Games, Kuwait led the overall standings with 41 medals (22 gold, 11 silver and 8 bronze), Qatar was second with 27 medals (10 gold, 12 silver and 5 bronze), Bahrain was third with 23 medals (10 gold , 7 silver and 6 bronze), the UAE is fourth with 26 medals (5 gold, 12 silver and 9 bronze), Saudi Arabia is fifth with 32 medals (4 gold, 9 silver and 19 bronze) and Oman is sixth with 14 medals. medals (4 gold, the same number of silver and 6 bronze).