Iraq team participate in West Asian Championships

13/8/2019 22:31:00

Iraq is preparing for the youth team with the participation of three girls from the Peshmerga Club in the arena and field to participate in the West Asian Championship to be held on the fifteenth of this month in Lebanon with the participation of Bahrain, Yemen, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Iraq and Palestine.


It is noteworthy that the players Honya Rafaat and Bahar Jalal in addition to coaches Shammam and Zardash Rafik and the owner of 100 meters hurdles Kurdish record player Bamo, who participated in the Asian Championship in Thailand and the Arab Championship in Tunisia, it's her third participation.






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