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 Second West Asian Games

 

A Historical Survey

 

A Meeting and a Decision

The Islamic Republic of Iran is known to have hosted the first tournament during the period from 19-28/11/1997. The success of the first tournament gave impetus to the West Asian Games Federation (WAGF), which was established in 2/4/1996, taking the city of Tehran, IR of Iran, as its seat.    The WAGF tournaments were originally planned to be organized on a biennial basis. 

The first men tournament was organized in Tehran during the period from 19-28/11/1997, followed by a women tournament few weeks after the conclusion of the men tournament. Ten countries participated in the tournament, including IR Iran, Jordan, Kuwait, Syria, Kyrgyzstan, Lebanon, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Yemen. Fifteen games were involved in the tournament, including athletics, aquatics, badminton, basketball, wrestling, fencing, football, judo, karate, shooting, table tennis, taekwondo and weightlifting. The number of athletes amounted to 848, with 236 officials.

Kuwait Olympic Committee participated in the first tournament and achieved the following results:

Game

Gold

Silver

Bronze

Total

Football

---

---

1

1

Swimming

2

6

1

9

Tennis

---

2

---

2

Fencing

2

2

3

7

Athletics

8

5

2

15

Judo

---

---

3

3

Taekwondo

1

4

2

7

Karate

2

2

8

12

Shooting

---

---

1

1

Total

15

22

20

57

 

The organization of the second edition of the games in 1999 was entrusted to the State of Qatar, but due to unforeseeable circumstances, Qatar withdrew and it was only possible to organize it in 2001. Lebanon was entrusted to the organization of the games and following its regret, Kuwait took the plunge and organized the games during the period from 20-30/10/2001. After nearly six years of waiting and uncertainty, Kuwait offered to host the games through Kuwait Olympic Committee. This happened in January 2001 when the General Assembly of the WAGF held its fifth meeting in Doha, State of Qatar, during which Mr. Samih Mudallal, Chairman of WAGF, presented his report on the organization of the games and the obstacles standing in its way since the organization of the first tournament in 1997. Mr.  Bahram Afsharzadah, WAGF Secretary General, submitted his report and asked the Lebanese Olympic Committee to define a date for organizing the second edition. He also called upon the Olympic Council of Asia to offer support to the games in terms of sponsorship and marketing domains. He also urged the Lebanese Olympic Committee to solicit the required funds through local partners. Nevertheless, Lebanon failed to comply with the requirements of organizing the games due to special circumstances. Here Sheikh Talal Fahad Al Ahmad Al Sabah, President of Kuwait Olympic Committee and representative of Kuwait to the meeting, declared the willingness of Kuwait to host the game during 2001. This offer was unanimously approved by the meeting and a date was set (20-30/10/2001) for the organization of the second edition of the games. The tournament was organized under the patronage of H.H the Amir Sheikh Jaber Al Ahmad Al Jaber Al Sabah. Once again, and due to unforeseeable circumstances, it was not possible to organize the games as it was scheduled, especially after the 11/9 events, in addition to the medication trip of H.H. the Amir. At that time, Kuwait Olympic Committee made a statement in which it cited the reasons of postponement, though   relevant arrangements had already been accomplished for hosting 13 games, in addition to diving and water polo.

 

Kuwait Olympic Committee recognizes that a success in organizing such a tournament will be a success to WAGF and Organizing Committee at the sportive, technical, human and organizational levels. Thus it exerted sincere efforts to organize the tournament as it was scheduled. Political Conditions, however, acted against the plan and it was only in 2002 that the games were organized. The number of sports was crushed into 9 without any women games. Consequently, the second edition of the games was organized in Kuwait during the period from 3-12/4/2002. The consent of Kuwait to organize the games came after Lebanon's late regret. The Organizing Committee set on its administrative and technical preparation one year ahead of the organization date during which H.E. Sheikh Talal Al Fahad Al Sabah held a number of meetings with relevant sportive bodies.

 

Meetings concentrated on securing success for the games and achieving the best results. Invitations were sent to 13 countries affiliated to WAGF, including Bahrain, Iran, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Oman, Palestine, Qatar, Syria, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, UAE and Yemen. Iraq, however, did not participate in the games.

 

Great Tasks and Great Preparations

Kuwait was greatly honoured by hosting the second edition of the West Asian Games, thanks   to the steady and sincere efforts of H.E. Sheikh Talal Fahad Al Ahmad Al Jaber Al Sabah who made the games a great success through approaching the sportive federations to secure the required success. Several meetings were held during the period from 20-24/3/2001 with the top officials of the relevant federations and clubs to discuss the important matters, such as:

1-                 Games and competitions to be accredited and in which Kuwait is due to participate in.

2-                 Medals expected to be won in individual and team games.

3-                 Countries expected to compete on the first three positions.

4-                 The time duration for each competition.

5-                 The venue of each game.

6-                 The requirements of each federation/club in terms of (dedication, camps, equipment and installations).

   7.        Setting the rules and regulations for the games involved in the tournament.

 

In order to prepare and rehabilitate the sportive venues, relevant federations and clubs were addressed in connection with the courts and playgrounds and making up for any deficiencies in order to be able to receive the games.

 

In 3.4.2001, invitations were sent to the WAGF member countries to participate in the tournament which included 13 accredited games.

 

 

Compulsory and Optional:

The games accredited for the tournament fell into two categories: compulsory and optional as stipulated in WAGF Constitution. The compulsory games included athletics, swimming, diving, water polo and gymnastics. Optional games, however, were left to the discretion of the host country.

Kuwait Olympic Committee complied with the compulsory games as stipulated in the constitution, and in choosing the optional games; it depended on the technical standards of such games.

 

WAGF Secretaries-General Meeting

As a preliminary step towards organizing the games, Kuwait Olympic Committee convened a coordination meeting for the President and Secretary General of WAGF and member countries. This meeting was held on 6.6.2001 and attended by representatives of 11 countries, in addition to WAGF President and Secretary General. During the said meeting the 13-game program was approved.

The meeting was beneficial, especially when the chairman Mr. Samih Mudallal expressed pleasure over the organization of the second edition of the WAGF tournament. A third edition, he added, will be organized in Syria in 2003, and a fourth edition will be held in Qatar in 2005. He also thanked Kuwait for its initiative to host the games and the continuity of the tournament.

 

Coordinative and Preparatory Meetings

Kuwait Olympic Committee, under the chairmanship of H.E. Sheikh Talal Al Fahad Al Sabah, went ahead with the coordinative and preparatory meetings with the relevant federations and the ad hoe committees to make the games a success.

 

 

  • On 3.4.2001 invitations were sent to the member countries to participate in the tournament.
  • On 8.4.2001 clubs and federations were addressed in connection with the facilities to be used for the games.
  • On 21.5.2001 urgent messages were sent to the member countries to respond to the invitation and to confirm the sports they wish to participate in.

 

 

Meetings continued for few days to allow the Organizing Committee to define the major objectives underlying the games, after which the federations would decide on their requirements, and requests and show   preparedness.

 

  • On 8.7.2001, a coordinative meeting was hold with the secretaries-general of the relevant federations and clubs in which matters related to their participation were discussed.
  • On 10.8.2001 a notice was circulated to all sportive federations and clubs requesting a complete halt of sportive activities during the games.
  • On 14-15/7/2001 a coordinative meeting chaired by Sheikh Talal Al Fahad Al Sabah was held with the secretaries-general of the relevant federations and clubs to discuss matters related to the games.
  • On 14-15/8/2001 a revision of the organization of the games was conducted to decide on the finals’ exact time and place.

 

 

Games Postponed but Preparations Continued

Preparations for the games were in progress when suddenly unexpected dangerous events took place, ahead of which the 11 of September attacks on the towers of the World Trade Center in New York. Consequently, Kuwait Olympic Committee decided to postpone the games. In 24.9.2001 an announcement to this effort was made, as follows:

 

Statement:

In view of the current circumstances and to secure success for the games, Kuwait Olympic Committee decided to postpone the 2nd West Asian Games which was due to begin during the period from 20-30/10/2001 in the State of Kuwait to a fresh date to be announced later. This date will be defined in an extraordinary meeting of the WAGF General Assembly. On this occasion, Kuwait Olympic Committee wishes to express gratitude and thankfulness to all participating countries, ministries, governmental and non-governmental agencies and all working committees for the corporation and understanding.

We pray to Allah the Almighty to preserve H.H the Amir Sheikh Jaber Al Ahmad Al Sabah and to grant him health and care and to see him back in Kuwait in full recuperation.

May Allah preserve Kuwait and protect it from all mishaps under the leadership of H.H the Amir and H.H the Crown Prince and to enwrap out martyrs with His mercy and set free our prisoners of war.

The above mentioned statement was circulated to the media and forwarded to the WAGF member countries which showed all understanding to the current situation and highly appreciated the efforts of Kuwait Olympic Committee which reflect a genuine interest in caring for all.

 

 

Accredited Games

 

The games were virtually postponed, but the activities of Kuwait Olympic Committee, and the Organizing Committee, and the sub-committees remained in operation. At the beginning of January 2002, the rate of work was accelerated following the decision of KOC regarding setting April 3 as the fresh date for organizing the games. The member countries approved the new date. All relevant meetings were chaired by H.E Sheikh Talal Al Fahad Al Sabah and the wheel of the work started to turn regularly and quickly.

To secure success for the games, KOC provided all human, technical and financial potentials after allocating the required budget.

With reference to the sports selected for the second edition of the games, they fell under the categories specified in WAGF constitution which include compulsory games such as athletics, swimming, diving, water polo and gymnastics, besides optional games which are left to the discretion of the organizing country.

Kuwait Olympic Country committed itself to the compulsory games such as stimulated by the law. Nevertheless, KOC cancelled the water polo, volley ball, table tennis, shooting, taekwondo. The tournament was opened on April 3, 2002 in Kuwait sportive stadium.

 

Emblem

 

Kuwait Olympic Committee approved the emblem of the second edition of the West Asian Games. It was designed to show first letter of Kuwait in English to indicate glory and grandeur and then number 12 corresponding to the number of the countries participating in the tournament.   In designing the emblem, various details were observed to represent the sports included in the official program.   The selection of colours came to reflect the flag of Kuwait. The emblem of the games nestles the emblem of the WAGF.


 

Participating Countries

WAGF includes the following member countries which are actually competing in the 2nd West Asian Games hosted by the state of Kuwait during the period from 3-12/4/2002.

 

1- JOR                                            Jordan

2- UAE                                           United Arab Emirates

3- IRI                                              IR of Iran

4- BRN                                           Bahrain

5- KSA                                           Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

6- SYR                                            Syria

7- OMA                                          Oman

8- PLA                                            Palestine

9- QAT                                           Qatar

10- LIB                                           Lebanon

11- YEM                                         Yemen

12- KUW                                        State of Kuwait

 

Accredited Games

No. of sports                                   10

No. of competitions                          69

Accredited games

1-     Athletics

2-     Basketball

3-     Fencing

4-     Football

5-     Gymnastics

6-     Handball

7-     Karate

8-     Swimming

9-     Diving

10- Squash

 

Participation in the Games

 

a- Team Games

1- Football: 5 countries (Iran, Qatar, Syria, Palestine, Kuwait)

2- Handball: 6 countries (Iran, Qatar, Syria, Oman, Kuwait, UAE)

3- Basketball: 5 countries (Iran, Qatar, Syria, Kuwait, UAE)

 

b- Individual Games

1- Gymnastics: 6 countries (Iran, Syria, Kuwait, KSA, Yemen, Jordan)

2- Squash: 8 countries (Iran, Palestine, Bahrain, KSA, Lebanon, Jordan, Qatar, Kuwait)

3- Athletics: 12 countries (Iran, Palestine, Bahrain, KSA, Jordan, Qatar, Kuwait, UAE, Syria, Yemen, Oman)

4- Karate: 11 countries (Iran, Palestine, Bahrain, KSA, Jordan, Qatar, Kuwait, UAE, Syria, Yemen, Lebanon)

5- Swimming: 9 countries (Iran, Palestine, KSA, Jordan, Qatar, Kuwait, UAE, Syria, Lebanon)

6- Diving: 4 countries (Iran, Qatar, Syria, Kuwait)

7- Fencing: 7 countries (Iran, Qatar, Kuwait, Jordan, Palestine, Lebanon, Bahrain)

 

Final Results

 

The first competitions of the 2nd West Asian Games were kicked off on 4.4.2002. The first day witnessed the competitions of basketball, fencing, football, swimming and diving. The results were as follows:-

 

1- Football

Participating Countries: 5

Iran, Syria, Qatar, Palestine, Kuwait

Results

Result

Teams

Date

2/2

Iran- Palestine

4/4/2002

1/3

Qatar-Kuwait

0/2

Qatar-Palestine

6/4/2002

1/1

Kuwait-Syria

2/1

Iran-Qatar

8/4/2002

2/1

Palestine-Syria

1/1

Syria-Iran

10/4/2002

1/7

Palestine-Kuwait

1/1

Qatar-Syria

12/4/2002

0/0

Iran-Kuwait

Classification

Position

Points

Goals

Loss

Equal

Win

Play

Country

Rate

Against

For

First

8

9+

2

11

0

2

2

4

Kuwait

Second

6

1+

4

5

0

3

1

4

Iran

Third

6

1+

4

5

0

3

1

4

Syria

Fourth

4

6-

11

5

2

1

1

4

Palestine

Fifth

1

5-

8

3

3

1

0

4

Qatar

 

Medals

Position

Total

Bronze

Silver

Gold

Country

First

1

-

-

1

Kuwait

Second

1

-

1

-

Iran

Third

1

1

-

-

Syria

Fourth

-

-

-

-

Palestine

Fifth

-

-

-

-

Qatar

 

 

2- Basketball

Participating countries 5

(UAE, Qatar, Syria, Iran, Kuwait)

 

Results

Result

Teams

Date

65/68

Iran- UAE

4/4/2002

72/79

Qatar-Kuwait

65/78

Qatar-Palestine

5/4/2002

76/88

Kuwait-Syria

69/79

Iran-Qatar

6/4/2002

66/69

Palestine-Syria

87/79

Syria-Iran

8/4/2002

61/76

Palestine-Kuwait

92/110

Qatar-Syria

9/4/2002

93/97

Iran-Kuwait

                                    

Position

Position

Game

Points

Iran

UAE

Syria

Qatar

Kuwait

N. Teams

Against

For

First

318

324

7

2

69

1

7

2

79

2

97

 

Kuwait

Second

315

324

6

1

76

2

7

2

76

 

1

93

Qatar

Third

312

321

6

2

110

 

2

78

 

1

6

1

72

Syria

Fourth

301

289

6

2

68

 

1

65

1

69

2

87

UAE

Fifth

323

311

5

 

1

65

1

92

2

88

1

66

Iran

 

Medals

Position

Total

Bronze

Silver

Gold

Country

First

1

-

-

1

Kuwait

Second

1

-

1

-

Qatar

Third

1

1

-

-

Syria

Fourth

-

-

-

-

UAE

Fifth

-

-

-

-

Iran

 

3- Handball:
 

6 countries

(UAE, Oman, Qatar, Syria, Iran, Kuwait)

Results

Result

Country

Date

No.

24/25

UAE-Iran

4/5

1

33/22

Oman-Kuwait

4/5

2

30/18

Qatar-Syria

4/5

3

24/29

Kuwait-Qatar

4/6

4

31/41

Iran-Oman

4/6

5

28/29

Syria-UAE

4/6

6

30/37

Syria-Oman

4/9

7

29/24

Qatar-UAE

4/9

8

21/27

Kuwait-Iran

4/9

9

24/23

Oman-Qatar

4/9

10

33/32

Iran-Syria

4/9

11

30/25

UAE-Kuwait

4/11

12

22/30

Iran-Qatar

4/11

13

28/30

Iran-Oman

4/11

14

32/25

Syria-Kuwait

 

15

 

Classification

Points

Difference

Goals

Loss

Equal

Win

Play

Country

Against

For

8

+28

92

120

-

-

4

4

Kuwait

8

+21

108

129

-

-

4

4

Syria

4

+0

107

107

2

-

2

4

UAE

2

+1

117

118

3

-

1

4

Iran

2

-21

111

90

3

-

1

4

Qatar

0

-29

135

106

4

-

-

4

Oman

 

Medals

Position

Total

Bronze

Silver

Gold

Country

First

1

-

-

1

Kuwait

Second

1

-

1

-

Syria

Third

1

1

-

-

UAE

Fourth

-

-

-

-

Iran

Fifth

-

-

-

-

Qatar

Sixth

-

-

-

-

Oman

 

4- Athletics

400 m Hurdles

Remarks

Bronze

Silver

Gold

Time

Country

No.

Name

 

 

 

1

49,04

KSA

181

Hadi Soan

 

 

1

 

49,58

KUW

9

Bader Abdul Rahman

 

1

 

 

51,15

SYR

372

Zahreddin Najem

 

 

 

 

51,54

IRI

104

Ghulam Redha

 

 

 

 

51,55

SYR

373

Mohammad Amin

 

 

 

 

52,16

KSA

202

Idris Ibrahim

 

 

 

 

53,95

IRI

103

Moh'd Redha Muthenni

 

 

 

 

54,02

UAE

411

Issa Bilal

400m.

Bronze

Silver

Gold

Time

Country

No.

Name

 

 

1

45,25

KUW

4

Fawzi Dahash

 

1

 

46,34

KSA

179

Hamdan Al Beechi

1

 

 

48,13

KSA

180

Moh'd Salem Al Mawlid

 

 

 

48,43

IRI

93

Ismail Kabotran

 

 

 

48,48

IRI

94

Amir Bashti

 

 

 

50,22

PAL

291

Ramzi Mohammad

100m

Remarks

Bronze

Silver

Gold

Time

Country

No.

Name

 

 

 

1

10,13

KSA

175

Salem Al Yami

 

 

1

 

10,19

KSA

177

Jamal Al Saffar

 

1

 

 

10,39

QAT

332

Khaled Yousef

 

 

 

 

10,47

OMN

251

Humoud Al Delaihi

 

 

 

 

10,48

IRI

92

Seyed Amir Hasan

 

 

 

 

10,64

QAT

331

Saad Al Shahwani

 

 

 

 

10,72

OMN

256

Ahmad Al Hedaib

 

 

 

 

10,87

KUW

3

Saad Rumaidh

1500m.

Remarks

Bronze

Silver

Gold

Time

Country

No.

Name

 

 

 

1

3,51,50

QAT

339

Abu Bakr Ali

 

 

1

 

3,51,76

QAT

350

Abdul Rahman Ahmad

 

1

 

 

3,52,63

KSA

178

Faisal Rabie

 

 

 

 

3,52,75

IRI

97

Ahmad Yazndtan

 

 

 

 

3,54,08

JOR

131

Bashar Kafriti

 

 

 

 

3,54,56

KSA

199

Eid Fawaz Al Beechi

 

 

 

 

4,30,70

IRI

98

Saja MuUradi

 

 

 

 

4,03,38

PAL

293

Nadr Abdullh

High Jump

Remarks

Bronze

Silver

Gold

Height

Country

No.

Name

 

 

 

1

2,10m

LIB

212

Jian Claud

 

 

1

 

2,07m

KSA

183

Omar Mousa

 

1

 

 

2,07m

KUW

14

Salem Sayyar

 

 

 

 

2,07m

BRN

53

Salem Nasser

 

 

 

 

2,01m

UAE

412

Taha Taheri

 

 

 

 

2,01m

IRI

106

Ihsan Kaffashian

 

 

 

 

1,98m

IRI

105

Husain Shayan

 

 

 

 

1,98m

KUW

15

Ahmad Al Khayyat

Long Jump

Remarks

Bronze

Silver

Gold

Distance

Country

No.

Name

 

 

 

1

7,61m

QAT

361

Said Mansour

 

 

1

 

7,57m

QAT

347

Al Walid Abdullah

 

1

 

 

7,55m

KSA

182

Husain Taher

 

 

 

 

7,55m

KSA

197

Mohammad Salman

 

 

 

 

7,31m

BRN

54

Mohammad Bakhsh

 

 

 

 

7,29m

KUW

19

Husain Al Yooha

 

 

 

 

7,24m

KUW

2

Ibrahim Al Asak

 

 

 

 

7,00m

IRI

107

Hani Mohammad

4- Athletics

Shot Put

Remarks

Bronze

Silver

Gold

Height

Country

No.

Name

 

 

 

1

19,10m

QAT

352

Bilal Mubarak

 

 

1

 

18,04m

KUW

24

Ahmad Ghloum

 

1

 

 

17,58m

IRI

112

Ali Rahmani

 

 

 

 

17,58m

QAT

353

Ibrahim Abdul Aziz

 

 

 

 

16,31m

IRI

113

Ali Irani

 

 

 

 

16,23m

KSA

187

Sultan Al Habashi

 

 

 

 

15,94m

KSA

173

Amin Al Aradi

200m.

Remarks

Bronze

Silver

Gold

Height

Country

No.

Name

 

 

 

1

20,44m

KUW

4

Fawaz Dahash

 

 

1

 

20,81m

KSA

175

Salem Al Yami

 

1

 

 

21,02m

OMN

252

Mohammad Al Hooti

 

 

 

 

21,27m

IRI

92

Amir Hasan

 

 

 

 

21,31m

KSA

172

Fayez Al Beechi

 

 

 

 

21,32m

OMN

251

Humoud Al Delhami

 

 

 

 

22,48m

LIB

211

Zakaria Masayka

 

 

 

 

22,51m

PAL

291

Ramzi Mohammad

5000m.

Remarks

Bronze

Silver

Gold

Height

Country

No.

Name

 

 

 

1

13,57,58

QAT

346

Khamis Abdullah

 

 

1

 

14,08,84

KSA

200

Mekhlid Al Otaibi

 

1

 

 

14,25,67

QAT

341

Ahmad Ibrahim

 

 

 

 

14,32,75

IRI

99

Mahdi Zarnjad

 

 

 

 

14,40,51

IRI

100

Jaafar Baba Khan

 

 

 

 

14,40,51

JOR

132

Mohammad Al Kafrini

 

 

 

 

14,45,31

JOR

134

Fadhel Al Mefleh

 

 

 

 

14,51,40

YMN

453

Isam Mesleh

 

Pole Vault

West Asia Record 4,20m.

Remarks

Bronze

Silver

Gold

Time

Country

No.

Name

 

 

 

1

4,90m

KUW

16

Fahad Badr Al Mershed

 

 

1

 

4,80m

QAT

351

Abdullah Ghanim

 

1

 

 

4,50m

IRI

111

Babdar Mahmoud

 

 

 

 

4,50m

KUW

17

Ali Yousef

 

 

 

 

4,40m

IRI

110

Ali Faidhi

 

Hammer Throw

West Asia Record 70.19m

Remarks

Bronze

Silver

Gold

Time

Country

No.

Name

 

 

 

1

66,34m

QAT

354

Mohammad Faraj

 

 

1

 

66,01m

KUW

26

Ali Al Zenkawi

 

1

 

 

64,54m

KUW

25

Nasser Al Jarallah

 

 

 

 

58,69m

IRI

115

Hameed Noor

 

800m

West Asian Record 1, 54, 40

Remarks

Bronze

Silver

Gold

Time

Country

No.

Name

 

 

 

1

1,48,66

QAT

337

Abdu Adam

 

 

1

 

1,49,70

QAT

360

Al Badri Salem

 

1

 

 

1,49,81

IRI

95

Jelia Kommee

 

 

 

 

1,50,28

KSA

374

Redhwan Eid

 

 

 

 

1,52,07

IRI

69

Mahdi Eidi

 

 

 

 

1,52,27

KSA

198

Faisal Al Khebaizi

 

 

 

 

1,52,73

KSA

193

Ibrahim Al Haarri

 

 

 

 

1,53,00

BRN

56

Salem Adam

 

110 Hurdles

West Asia record 14, 42 second

Remarks

Bronze

Silver

Gold

Time

Country

No.

Name

 

 

 

1

13,60

KSA

171

Mubarak Atta

 

 

1

 

14,02

QAT

345

Nasim Mezyan

 

1

 

 

14,17

QAT

343

Mubarak Ali

 

 

 

 

14,37

KSA

210

Adel Abdullal

 

 

 

 

14,45

IRI

101

Mesh'hedi Yari

 

 

 

 

14,59

KUW

8

Mohammad Rashed

 

 

 

 

15,23

UAE

411

Issa Bilal

 

 

 

 

=

KUW

17

Ghanim Al Khodr

Triple Jump

West Asia record 1590m.

Remarks

Bronze

Silver

Gold

Time

Country

No.

Name

 

 

 

1

16,50

KSA

189

Salem Musaed

 

 

1

 

16,36

KUW

21

Khaled Farhan

 

1

 

 

15,96

SYR

376

Fayez Khairat

 

 

 

 

15,91

SYR

375

Mohammad Hazouri

 

 

 

 

15,79

QAT

348

Mohamad Hamdi

 

 

 

 

15,59

QAT

349

Ibrahim BaBakr

 

 

 

 

15,18

IRI

109

Mirzad Sharakian

 

 

 

 

15,04

IRI

108

Amir Ali

 

4 X 100

West Asia record 42, 09 second

Remarks

Bronze

Silver

Gold

Time

Country

No.

Name

 

 

 

1

39,02m

KSA

 

Saudi Team

 

 

1

 

39,10m

QAT

 

Qatar Team

 

1

 

 

41,10m

KUW

 

Kuwait Team

 

 

 

 

=

OMA

 

Oman Team

 

 

 

 

=

IRI

 

Iran  Team

 

4 X 400

West Asia record 3, 11, 63

Remarks

Bronze

Silver

Gold

Time

Country

No.

Name

First

 

 

1

3,00,76

KUW

 

Kuwait N Team

Second

 

1

 

3,06,57

KSA

 

Saudi N. Team

Third

1

 

 

3,11,75

SYR

 

Syria N. Team

Fourth

 

 

 

3,12,04

IRI

 

Iran N. Team

 

 

Decathlon

West Asia record 6213 points

Remarks

Bronze

Silver

Gold

Time

Country

No.

Name

 

 

 

1

7262

QAT

355

Ahmad Ihsan

 

 

1

 

6838

IRI

110

Ahmad Faizi

 

1

 

 

5682

BRN

55

Khalifa Abdullah

 

 

 

 

4859

KUW

29

Badr Abdullah

 

 

4- Athletics

Positions & Medals

Position

Total

Bronze

Silver

Gold

Country

First

16

3

6

7

QAT

Second

14

6

6

5

KSA

Third

11

3

4

4

KUW

Fourth

1

-

-

1

LIB

Fifth

4

3

1

-

IRI

Sixth

3

3

-

-

SYR

Seventh

1

1

-

-

OMA

 

1

1

-

-

BRN

Eighth

-

-

-

-

JOE

=

-

-

-

-

UAE

=

-

-

-

-

YEM

=

-

-

-

-

PAL

 

Swimming

Final Positions

Position

Total

Bronze

Silver

Gold

Country

First

18

5

7

6

SYR

Second

19

6

8

5

KUW

Third

8

2

1

5

KSA

Fourth

1

1

-

-

IRI

=

1

-

-

-

UAE

=

1

-

-

-

JOE

Fifth

-

-

-

-

QAT

=

-

-

-

-

LIB

=

-

-

-

-

PAL

 

Final Positions (Diving)

Position

Total

Bronze

Silver

Gold

Country

First

4

1

1

2

KUW

Second

3

-

2

1

QAT

Third

1

1

-

-

IRI

Fourth

-

-

-

-

SYR

 

 

7- Fencing

Final Results

 

Position

Total

Bronze

Silver

Gold

Country

Name

First

 

 

 

1

Kuwait

Abdul Mohsen Shahrian

Wael Ali Yousef

Othman Al Shemmeri

Walid Al Azmi

Second

 

 

1

 

Iran

Jawad Redhaie

Mohammad Meer Mohammadi

Kewan Jenshir

Curus Faidh Askar

Third

 

1

 

 

Jordan

Amer Al Natour

Jasser Khader

Waseem Hammad

 

 

Classification of countries

Position

3

2

1

Arrange

Country

35

5

14

16

1

Iran

24

5

7

12

2

Kuwait

10

3

3

4

3

Qatar

9

3

3

3

4

Jordan

Sabre Fencing

Classification of teams

Position

Bronze

Silver

Gold

Country

Name

First

 

 

1

IRI

 

Second

 

1

 

KUW

 

Third

1

 

 

JOE

 

Epee Competition

Classification of teams

Position

Bronze

Silver

Gold

Country

Name

First

 

 

1

KUW

Hamad Al Awadhi

Hasan Malallah

Mohammad Al Ajmi

Qaisar Ghazi

Second

 

1

 

IIR

Cyrus Faidh Askar

Farhad Redhaie

Mohsen Tawakulli

Third

1

 

 

JOR

Amer Al Natour

Jasem Khadher

Waseem Hammad

 

Fencing

Classification of countries

Total

3

2

1

Arrange

Country

40

12

12

16

1

IRI

28

6

8

14

2

KUW

14

3

4

7

3

LIB

10

2

3

5

4

JOE

8

2

2

4

5

QAT

7

2

2

3

6

BRN

 

Medals

Position

Total

Bronze

Silver

Gold

Country

First

10

4

3

3

IRI

Second

8

2

3

3

KUW

Third

3

3

-

-

JOE

Fourth

-

-

-

-

LIB

=

-

-

-

-

QAT

=

-

-

-

-

PAL

=

-

-

-

-

BRN

 

Classification of countries

Position

Total

Bronze

Silver

Gold

Country

First

15

3

5

7

KUW

Second

10

3

3

4

IRI

Third

7

6

1

-

SYR

Fourth

3

2

1

-

UAE

Fifth

2

1

1

-

LIB

Sixth

4

4

-

-

QAT

Seventh

1

1

-

-

JOR

Seventh

1

1

-

-

KSA

Seventh

1

1

-

-

BRN

-

-

-

 

-

YEM

 

9- Gymnastics

Final classification

Position

Total

Bronze

Silver

Gold

Country

First

9

3

-

6

KUW

Second

8

3

2

2

IRI

Second ®

7

3

2

2

SYR

Third

2

1

-

1

KSA

Fourth

2

1

-

1

JOR

Fifth

3

3

-

-