Kurd players shine in the Asian Karate Championship

10/2/2019 14:42:00

The Iraqi team got good results in a karate tournament which was held for 3 days with the participation of many Asian teams in Sharjah in the UAE.


The Iraqi team consisted of distinguished players, mostly Kurds, and within the women's team the players "Rosa Younis and Kizhan Fayaq and Shara Fayaq" have participated in the tournament, and in the men's team each of the players (Shvan Osman and Raber Mouloud and Saman Fayaq) have participated.


The championship was launched on Thursday 7/2/2019, and continued until 9/2/2019, and the Iraqi Karate team achieved good positions.


The women's team managed to get the second place, while the men's team was ranked third in the tournament.




PUKmedia-Harez Jamal


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