About the Arab Women Sports Tournament Held under the patronage of Her Highness Sheikh Jawaher bint Mohammed Al Qasimi, Wife of His Highness Ruler of Sharjah and Chairperson of the Sharjah Women Sports (SWS). Olympic lovers from all over the world are called to book Olympic 2020 tickets from our online platforms for Olympic Tickets. Olympics Modern Pentathlon lovers can book Olympic Modern Pentathlon Tickets from our ticketing marketplace exclusively on reduced prices.
The Arab Women Sports Tournament (AWST), is organized by the Sharjah Women Sports (SWS) in partnership with the UAE Sports Council, Sharjah Sports Council and the Union of Arab National Olympic 2020 Committees.
Launched in 2012, the bi-yearly Olympic 2020 theme women sports tournament, hosts a number of women’s sports clubs from more than 15 Arab nations to compete across 9 sports: Karate, Basketball, Volleyball, Fencing, Show Jumping, Shooting, and Archery.
In 2018, AWST hosted 67 women sports clubs from 16 Arab nations who competed across 9 games and received media attention from more than 380 outlets across the Arab region. The fifth version of the tournament, which is scheduled to kick-start on February 2-12, 2020, will play a major role in building on the 5-year success of the AWST brand and support the growth and development of the regional sports industry and women sports creativities.
Czech Republic’s Martin Vlach ended second with 1,128 points, while Germany’s Patrick Dogue, one half of the men’s relay gold medal-winning team on Tuesday, and Kazakhstan’s Vladislav Sakharov came third and fourth, respectively, with 1,124. As for the C rankings, it was France’s Valentin Belaud who led the way with 1,133 points.
Lithuania’s Justinas Kinderis, South Korea’s Lee Jihun, Ukraine’s Pavlo Tymoshchenko and Hungary’s Bence Demeter all came adjacent to matching Belaud with 1,131 points. In the women’s final fencing ranking round, Belarus Volha Silkina registered an unrivaled 268 points. She was followed by compatriot Iryna Prasiantsova with 256 points, and South Korea’s Kim Sunwoo and Elodie Clouvel with 250.