Sharjah Women’s Sports Club hosted a development programme for fencers


Tunisian coach Fatima Al Garami gives tips to Sharjah Women’s Sports Club fencers.

Gulf Today, Staff Reporter

Sharjah Women’s Sports Club hosted the Tunisian coach, Fatima Al Garami, as a part of its development initiative to assess the performance of the club’s fencers during the period (April 25-May 1) with the aim of developing the skills of the players in the game, especially since the coach has participated in a number of Olympics and achieved a lot on other international stages.

Mai Al Ameri, Acting Director of the Sports Teams Department at Sharjah Women’s Sports Club, said: “This initiative comes within the framework of the club’s keenness to organise programmes and initiatives that serve the interests of the players, the club and raise their levels to achieve the best results by attracting distinguished experts in the field of training in all sports.”

Mai pointed out that during her visit to the club, the Tunisian coach reviewed the most important methods used in training and focused on diversification and how to benefit from friction in participation and tournaments, explaining that the training includes small age groups in fencing as well as the category of women, in a total of 20 players.



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