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Through training courses, the Sports for All Federation seeks to spread the Kabaddi game


Homs, SANA- The Sports for All Federation seeks to expand the base of the Kabaddi game in Syria and create training and arbitration rules


The Sports for All Federation seeks to expand the base of the Kabaddi game in Syria and to create specialized training and arbitration rules through the training courses it organizes in the governorates, the most recent of which was in Homs with the participation of 25 male and female students.

The head of the Sports for All Federation, Thana Muhammad, and in her statement to SANA reporter, indicated that the federation seeks to expand the base of the game and rehabilitate specialized cadres in it. He indicated that the course that was held recently in Homs was successful and the students will be followed up to hone their skills so that they, in turn, spread the game and acquire its skills for the rules, stressing at the same time that the Federation will develop a plan for the next year that includes revitalizing the game in the governorates and establishing teams in it.

In turn, Maher Qudsi, head of the Supreme Committee for the Kabaddi game in Syria, stated that the Kabaddi sport entered Syria last year with exceptional efforts from the Sports for All Federation. Training courses: Establishing teams in the rest of the governorates, holding local championships, and selecting a national team from them to participate in the external benefits.


The lecturer, Nour Qudsi, pointed out that the course was attended by athletes who represented the governorate’s clubs such as Al-Karama, Al-Wathba and Al-Shurta, and the importance of these training courses in introducing and disseminating the basics of the game and in creating training bases in the governorates that will later form local teams, within a plan set by the Supreme Committee for the Kabaddi game .

Ramya Al-Taweel, one of the participants in the course, said that the course is useful and we will work to introduce it to schools and train students on it, as it does not need equipment and enjoys the enthusiastic collective atmosphere, while the trainee, Adnan Al-Masry, pointed out that the course included a theoretical and a practical part, during which the rules of the game were identified. .

Kabaddi is a combat sport in which two teams compete between defense and attack to score the largest number of points by trying to catch the opponent’s team members or touch them and during the game they sing “Kabaddi” and the team consists of 12 players “seven in the field and five in the reserves.”

Hanadi Diop

Source: sena

All news articles on 2021-10-27

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