The World Games for People of Determination in Thailand witnessed an impressive performance by the United Arab Emirates (UAE) delegation on the second day of the competition, as they expanded their medal tally to five. The commendable show of strength and skill came from both the athletics and cycling teams.
Triumphant Strides in Cycling
In an exhilarating display of endurance and determination, Salem Al Jenibi, a member of the UAE cycling team, won a silver medal in the grueling 60 km cycling race. This is his second silver in cycling, following his earlier win in the time trial event in category C3. Al Jenibi's prowess on the pedals not only added to the UAE's medal count but also emphasized the country's commitment to supporting athletes of determination.
Athletics Team: A Force to Reckon With
The athletics team also contributed significantly to the UAE's medal tally. Mohamed Al Kaabi demonstrated his strength by securing a silver in shot put for category F36. The 800m wheelchair race for category T34 saw a double win for the UAE, with Mohamed Yousuf and Mohamed Al Shehhi clinching silver and bronze, respectively. Their victories underscore the team's fortitude and resilience, further propelling the UAE's standing in the games.
Valiant Performances Reflecting Strong Determination
These remarkable performances at the World Games for People of Determination serve as shining examples of the power of human will. The UAE delegation's success is a testament to the country's unwavering dedication to fostering an inclusive sporting environment. Their achievements are not only a source of national pride but also an inspiration for people of determination worldwide.