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).
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