Our heroes’: Saudi Arabia sends its largest ever delegation to Tokyo Olympics

Saudi Arabia is sending its biggest designation of members throughout the entire existence of the Olympic Games to Tokyo to address the Kingdom, the Minister of Sports Prince Turki al-Faisal declared on Tuesday.

An aggregate of 10 competitors and the public Olympics football crew will contend in a few games at the Tokyo Olympics, being held from July 23 to August 8.

“With the gift of God, and with the limitless help of Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman, and the perception and follow-up of Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman, the biggest ever mission of Saudi Arabia throughout the entire existence of Olympics will be accessible for Tokyo Olympics 2020,” Prince Turki composed on Twitter.

The competitors are set to contend in eight occasions including, karate, weightlifting, toxophilism, sports, paddling, swimming, judo, and table tennis.

They are: Youssef Bu Arish (swimming), Ali al-Khadrawi (table tennis), Hussein Alireza (paddling), Saeid al-Mutairi (bows and arrows), Tareg Hamedi (judo), Sulaiman Hammad (judo), Mahmoud al-Humayd (weight lifting), Siraj al-Saleeem (weight lifting), Yasmeen al-Dabbagh (sports), and Mazin al-Yassin (games).

On Tuesday, the Vice President of the Saudi Arabian Olympic Committee met with the competitors and praised them on their capability for the Tokyo Olympics. Many Saudi Arabians took to web-based media to praise the competitors and wish their “legends” best of luck.

The Kingdom partook in the Olympic Games without precedent for 1972 in Munich, Germany. Counting the current year’s games, Saudi Arabia has taken part in 13 Olympic Games all throughout the planet.

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