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Syria wins bronze medal at World Military Wrestling Championship

Moscow, Syria’s wrestler Raja al-Karad won the bronze medal for 125 kg category at the World Military Wrestling Championship in Moscow.

In a press statement by Head of Wrestling Federation, Ahmed Jomaa, said that al-Karad is one of the best wrestlers in the world, especially that the category he compete within is always gathered with the world champions.

He added that the bronze medal in the free wrestling is a strong proof of the superiority of Syrian wrestling in international forums.

Source: Syrian Arab News Agency

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Moscow, Syria's wrestler Raja al-Karad won the bronze medal for 125 kg category at the World Military Wrestling Championship in Moscow.In a press statement by Head of Wrestling Federation, Ahmed Jomaa, said that al-Karad is one of the best wrestlers in the world, especially that the category he...

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Syria wins bronze medal at World Military Wrestling Championship

Moscow, Syria’s wrestler Raja al-Karad won the bronze medal for 125 kg category at the World Military Wrestling Championship in Moscow.

In a press statement by Head of Wrestling Federation, Ahmed Jomaa, said that al-Karad is one of the best wrestlers in the world, especially that the category he compete within is always gathered with the world champions.

He added that the bronze medal in the free wrestling is a strong proof of the superiority of Syrian wrestling in international forums.

Source: Syrian Arab News Agency

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Moscow, Syria's wrestler Raja al-Karad won the bronze medal for 125 kg category at the World Military Wrestling Championship in Moscow.In a press statement by Head of Wrestling Federation, Ahmed Jomaa, said that al-Karad is one of the best wrestlers in the world, especially that the category he...

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