Conclusion of a course for sports judgment in Sulaymaniyah

7/2/2019 18:14:00

A session was complemented to strengthen the arbitration of sports in the track and field , established by the Faculty of Physical Education in the province of Sulaymaniyah, where sports certificates were awarded to all participants in the course.


Dr. Diyar Sdik, Dean of the College of Sports at the University of Sulaymaniyah told PUKmedia that the course was held under the supervision of the Deanship of the College for two days, in which he discussed the latest sports laws that are being dealt with in the world now.


The course was attended by more than 80 people in School of Physical Education at Sulaymaniyah University.


After the conclusion of the course, all participants had certificates of arbitration in track and field , and in the future they could formally perform the judging duties for the games.





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