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42nd edition of the Police Shooting Championship wraps up
  • Thursday, February 29,2024

42nd edition of the Police Shooting Championship wraps up

The 42nd edition of the Police Shooting Championship, organized by the Police Sports Association and hosted by the Sharjah Police General HQs at the shooting ranges in Hadera, concluded with the participation of nine teams representing various leaderships of the Ministry of Interior, alongside teams from Saudi Arabia Arabia and Bahrain. 

 Brigadier General Mohamed Humaid bin Dalmuj Al Dhaheri, Secretary General of the Office of HH the Minister of Interior, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Police Sports Federation, attended the closing day activities along with Brigadier Dr. Omar Mohamed Al Khayal, Director of the Police Sports Association, and Brigadier Dr. Mohamed Khamis Al Othmani, Director General of the Police Academy in Sharjah. Brigadier General Mohamed Humaid bin Dalmuj Al Dhaheri emphasized the Ministry of Interior's commitment to organizing sporting events regularly to promote readiness, values, competition, and teamwork. 

He thanked the Sharjah Police General HQs for hosting the successful tournament and commended the participants for their strong performance and sportsmanship, including teams from Saudi Arabia and Bahrain. In the police operations rifle shooting competition for women, First Warrant Officer Abeer Rashid Al Zaabi from the Abu Dhabi Police General HQs clinched first place, followed by First Warrant Officer Maryam Ibrahim Al Zarouni and First Warrant Officer Maryam Yousef Mohamed from the Abu Dhabi and Sharjah Police General HQs , respectively. 

 For the men's individual category, Assistant Khaled Ali Al Dhanhani from the Special Security Forces Command secured first place, Senior Corporal Mohamed Ali Saif Al Kaabi from the Abu Dhabi Police General HQs came second, and Assistant Abdullah Saeed Salem from the Special Security Forces Command took third place. In the sniper competition, First Warrant Officer Khaled Ali Sobeih and First Warrant Officer Majid Mubarak Al Buraiki from the Abu Dhabi Police General HQs claimed first place, followed by representatives from the Special Security Forces Command and the Ministry of Interior in second and third places, respectively. 

 The Special Security Forces Command topped the Speed Challenge Competition for men, while the Abu Dhabi Police General HQs led the women's category. In the first responder pistol shooting competition, Dubai Police General HQs secured first place for both men and women's categories. The Abu Dhabi Police General HQs emerged victorious in the Police Operations Rifle Shooting Competition for both men and women's teams, followed by Sharjah Police General HQs and Dubai Police General HQs in various categories.


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