Winners pose for a picture with Sheikh Abdullah Bin Hamad Bin Saif Al Sharqi.
The Ramadan Swimming Championship hosted by Fujairah Tennis and Country Club ended on a successful note on Friday.
The competition was held under the patronage of Sheikh Abdullah Bin Hamad Bin Saif Al Sharqi, President of the Emirates Bodybuilding and Fitness Federation.
Over 80 male and female swimmers competed in different age groups of the competition, which were held alongside team and triathlon events.
Sheikh Rashid Bin Hamad Al Sharqi, President of Fujairah Tennis and Country Club, thanked Abdul Ghafour Behroozian, Chairman of the tennis club, for his support to the event.
Hailing Sheikh Abdullah’s unwavering support, Ghafour stated that the club will continue to host various sporting activities in the coming days, and announced that the club will host an Art exhibition next month.
Salah Al Hamad, the club's general manager, said: “The response to the Ramadan Swimming Championship exceeded our expectations and feedback is overwhelming.”
Hania Reggi, Senior Sales and Marketing Manager of Fujairah Tennis and Country Club, praised the high level of competition among the participants.
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