Team Qatar eyes promising participation in FISU World University Games Summer
DOHA – The Qatar Collegiate Sports Federation (QCSF) team has completed all technical and managerial preparations to begin its debut participation in the 2023 FISU World University Games Summer, which will run from 28 July to August 8, in the Chinese city of Chengdu.
The QCSF team delegation to the Chengdu 2021 FISU World University Games is chaired by the QCSF Secretary General , Mr. Rashid Adiba, Mr Rashid Ali Al- Tamimi, the QCSF board member (delegation staff) and players, Elhafiz Medani Mahadi and Hamdi Ali ( Athletics), Ahmed Mohammed Saadawi ( table tennis), Mohammed Samer Shalan, Maram Assam Fatnassi and Wadah Al-Ahmed ( Taekwondo).
The QCSF team delegation will fly to Chengdu on July 26 , for its debut participation in the FISU world games that after recently named as a member of Asian University Sports Federation (AUSF) in May, it will be a new member of FISU by the end of this year.
On this occasion , the QCSF Secretary General , Mr. Rashid Adiba said: “ Our top priority is to promote technical and physical talents of all the QCSF teams , strengthening their presence at the heart of regional, continental sport events and creating an ideal competitive environment that could help them bring titles and trophies back home.
FISU World University Games is the biggest students sport event worldwide, in which international students compete in a fair environment with spirit of sportsmanship and mutual respect.
For two weeks in row, the global university teams will be competing in 18 sport disciplines, including athletics, archery, badminton, basketball, diving, swimming, artistic gymnastics, rhythmic gymnastics, fencing, volleyball, tennis, shooting sport, taekwondo, table tennis, judo, rowing, water polo and wushu.
QCSF team will be competing in three sport disciplines, including athletics, table tennis and taekwondo.