Shura committee praises HH Shaikh Nasser’s cycling race win

      Published on Tuesday, 3 November , 2020      389      
Shura committee praises HH Shaikh Nasser’s cycling race win

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Shura Council’s Youth Affairs Committee, chaired by Sabeeka Khalifa Al-Fadhala, has congratulated HM the King’s Representative for Humanitarian Work and Youth Affairs, National Security Advisor, Supreme Defence Council Secretary-General and Supreme Council for Youth and Sports Chairman, HH Shaikh Nasser bin Hamad Al Khalifa, on winning the race against the clock.




HH Shaikh Nasser triumphed in the 28-kilometre-long race clocking 37 minutes and 32 seconds.

A large number of competitors took part in the race which was organised by the Bahrain Cycling Association.

The committee said that HH Shaikh Nasser’s victory supports cycling in the kingdom, and adds to the successes of the Bahraini sport.

The panel lauded the participation of athletes of special needs in the race, stressing that HH Shaikh Nasser’s kind gesture reflects his interest in and appreciation of such an important social segment.

It affirmed that the participation of people with special needs in such sporting events is a source of pride for everyone.

The committee wished HH Shaikh Nasser further success in serving the kingdom.


Category Sport | 2020/11/03 latest update at 12:30 PM
Source : BNA | Photocredit : Google
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