A medal is not enough for the Olympics

We congratulate player Tariq Hamdi for winning silver at the Tokyo Olympic Games and for his illustrious levels of karate, wishing to achieve many important titles to come, explaining that what he has achieved is a sporting achievement for our dear country. .

Despite what was achieved by karate player Tariq Hamdi, there are many questions in our mind as to why Saudi participation did not achieve any results by getting more medals at the Tokyo Olympics questyear, despite the availability of all qualifications, materials, techniques and training skills and modest performance and harvest.

Although we have distinguished ourselves in horse riding, shooting and athletics, this invites the Sports Authority to look for the flaw, and where the problem lies in not obtaining satisfactory results, we do not deny that arriving at the Olympics is in itself. a milestone to represent the dear country, but the joy is complete When positive results are achieved.

From my point of view, the most obvious shortcomings that need to be addressed lie in the interest in individual and team games. in so you can create champions that collect medals

Since we find that all attention is focused on the game of football, in particular by the media, who devote most of their interest to putting in light football and its players and ignoring the importance of other games, does not reach the required level, either technically or in the media.

I believe that the Ministry of Sport should reconsider its accounts with other games, and pay attention to put it in evidence in media and in the forums. Saudi sport received great attention in the Kingdom Vision 2030, which was launched under the auspices of the Keeper of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud – may God protect him – on April 25, 2016. Understanding that the state will encourage all types of sports in order to achieve sporting excellence locally and globally and to achieve advanced global levels in some of them, with the tireless following of His Royal Highness Prince Muhammad bin Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, Crown Prince, Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Defense and Chairman of the Economic and Development Council, as Saudi sport has recently witnessed a new phase of the industry of excellence, increased the events and launched initiatives to achieve a global development of the sports sector in the Kingdom. By 150 percent, according to statistics from the Ministry of Sports, and all these data greatly encourage us to go forward and achieve results and everything else For our dear country.

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