Winners of the different categories of the NAS Jiu-Jitsu Championship pose for a picture.
NAS JIU-JITSU: JUVENILE GI MALE – BLUE / 50KG: 1-Omar Al Suwaidi (UAE), 2-Mayed Al Shehhi (UAE), 3-Ammar Al Dhaheri (UAE).
JUVENILE GI MALE (BLUE / 60KG: 1-Khaled Al Shehhi (UAE), 2-Ahmed Al Zaabi (UAE), 3-Abdulrahman Naji (UAE).
JUVENILE GI MALE - BLUE / 73KG: 1-Saif Al Mansoori (UAE), 2-Hamed Al Shamsi (UAE), 3-Sultan Al Hosani (UAE).
JUVENILE GI MALE - BLUE / 94KG: 1-Salem Mubarak (UAE), 2-Isa Isaev (Russia), 3-Khamis Belkuhood (Russia).
MALE GI - BLUE & PURPLE / 77KG: 1-Uanderson De Oliveira (Brazil), 2-Mohammed Al Suwaidi (UAE), Victor Lima (Brazil).
MALE GI - BLUE & PURPLE / 62KG: 1-Theyab Al Nuaimi (UAE), 2-Hadi Al Hussaini (UAE), 3-Ahmad Moghrabi (Palestine).
MALE GI - BLUE & PURPLE / 94KG: 1-Ramzi Yahia (Lebanon), 2-Abdullah AL Kubaisi (UAE), 3-Khalid Al Shamsi (UAE).
MALE GI - BLUE & PURPLE / 110KG: 1-Makhmud Lechiev (Russia), 2-Mohammed Mustafa (Jordan), 3-Kamran Husenov (Azerbaijan).
MALE GI - BLUE & PURPLE / MASTER 1 / 62KG: 1-Haitham Hanawi (UAE), 2-Ibrahim Mansour (UAE), 3-Tariq Al Zaabi (UAE).
MALE GI - BLUE & PURPLE / MASTER 1 / 77KG: 1-Dalicier Londono (Colombia), 2-Cezar Rusu (Romania), 3-Ahmed Aliani (Morocco).
A strong field of 150 athletes, representing 16 UAE clubs, take to the mats in the first round of the Vice President’s Cup Championship at Sharjah Sport Club as the UAE Jitsu-jitsu season
he MON Jiu-Jitsu League is the premier tournament for female jiu-jitsu fighters in the UAE while the Vice President’s Jiu-Jitsu League is one of the most respected tournaments for male fighters domestically.
The MoN Jiu-Jitsu League will be the curtain raiser for the 2021 domestic season of the UAE Jiu-Jitsu Federation (UAEJJF), the governing body for the sport in the Emirates.
The UAEJJF has put in place a series of stringent safety protocols to safeguard the health and wellness of all participants and coaching staff during the camps, the first of which will run from July 5-25, in the ongoing fight against COVID-19
The Blackcaps bowled out India for just 170 in their second innings, with the match extended into Wednesday's reserve sixth day after two days were washed out completely.
Peshawar Zalmi put the United to bat first, who scored 174 for the loss of nine wickets and set a 175-run target for the Wahab Riaz-led side. Hasan Ali’s start with the ball was not as effective as his batting in the first innings — where he hit 45 off 16 balls.
Tim Southee removed both India openers late on Tuesday to give New Zealand hope of an unlikely victory in the World Test Championship final as the showpiece match headed into the reserve sixth day.
Novak Djokovic is the targeting a record-equalling 20th major and sixth Wimbledon title from next week, edging him closer to becoming only the third man to complete a calendar Grand Slam. The world number one has already won a ninth Australian Open