Walid Mahmoud Al Sharshani
Qatar's National Jet Ski team will take part Tuesday in the second round of the 2021 Jet Ski world championship which will kick of in the city of Lake Havasu, US, with the participation of more than 500 rider from 35 countries represent the most prominent riders in the world.
The Qatar national team is represented in the tournament by Walid Mahmoud Al Sharshani in the senior professional category and Khaled Al Mohannadi in the junior category in addition to the technical staff of the team which includes Mahmoud Al Sharshani, Badr Al Sharshani, Daoud Al Sharshani and Muhammad Al Sharshani.
The members of Team Qatar started the free rounds Monday during which everyone was assured of the readiness of the bikes and Qatar's riders physically and technically.
Khaled Al Mohannadi will be on an important date Tuesday evening with the first stage of siting stock junior category while Walid Al Sharshani will compete in the category of senior professionals on the next Saturday and Sunday.
This participation comes within the framework of the Doha Marine Sports Club, headed by Khalifa Mohammed Al Suwaidi to support Qatari riders and provide them with the opportunity to participate in higher levels by competing in international championships and to compete against elite contestants in addition, Qatar has a group of riders who are considered internationally experienced and have previously been crowned with more than one title.
Director of the Qatar Jet Ski team Omar Al Humaidi, expressed his optimism about the team's ability to achieve positive results and continue the series of good results achieved in the first round that was held in Poland nearly three months ago.
Al Humaidi said in a press statement that the goal of participation of the Team Qatar in the world championship is to raise the flag of Qatar in this tournament which is followed by millions from all over the world. (QNA)
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