Recently, he won the super heavyweight gold in the Arab Weightlifting Championship, which was recently hosted by Damascus with the participation of 9 teams, to confirm that he is moving steadily on his way to the 2024 Paris Olympics. He is the golden quadrant, Maan Asaad, who raised the Syrian flag high in the Tokyo Olympics by winning the bronze medal.
Asaad, who recently won the shield of the strongest weightlifter in the Arab world during the Arab Championship, and won the world bronze medal in the sprint competition in Colombia, is keen to reach the podium at the upcoming Paris Olympics.
In a statement to SANA, Asaad said: I come from a family that loves sports, and it had a great role in motivating me during tournaments to win shiny medals, whether at the local or international level, most of which I was able to set records in a number of categories.
Asaad added: The bronze medal of the Olympic Games in Tokyo 2020 was a turning point in my sporting life. After that, winning international championships was no longer the biggest goal. We have enough determination to run in the upcoming competitions, in addition to continuous training within the specific plan that I implement under the supervision of my brother, coach Qais Asaad.
With the confidence of victory and coronation, the eyes of our quartermaster Asaad, who concluded his speech by saying: The Syrian sports fans deserve a lot from us, especially in the foreign championships, and I promise them that I will do my best to achieve advanced positions in all external participations.
During his foreign participation, the weightlifter Asaad won the titles of the Asian Championship for Youth and Youth in 2010 and 2013, the Arab Championship for Youth and Men in 2013, the silver of the International Fajr Tournament 2013, the gold of the International Solidarity Championship 2018, the bronze of the Asian Championship 2019, fourth place in the net, and fifth in total at the World Championships in Thailand. 2019, the gold of the World Challenge Championship in Switzerland in 2019, and the silver of the Asian Championship in Uzbekistan 2021, in addition to
To the bronze of the Tokyo Olympics 2020, the bronze of the World Championship 2022, and the gold of the Arab Championship 2023.
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