A delegation from Abu Dhabi Sports Council left for China on a cohabitation visit to learn about China’s and Beijing Sport University experiences on preparing athletes and sportspersons to take part in different sport championships and competitions.
This visit comes within ADSC’s plans to have well-founded grassroots and juvenile sportive bases in Abu Dhabi emirate, with the objective to have would-be future champions and successful athletes and sportspersons.
The cohabitation visit comes in a response to an invitation form Chinese embassy to UAE, and Being Sport University (BSU).
ADSC delegation is composed of 7 persons: 2 from ADSC, 2 swimmers and 3 judokas. The swimmers are: Naser Al Mansouri from Al Wahda Sport Club and Hamdan Mohammed Al Baloushi from Al Ain Sport Club.
The judokas are: Ahmad Al Mashjari from Al Jazira Sport Club, Rashid Al Hosani and Zayed Al Naqbi from Al Wahda Sport Club. The other two are Nasr Al Junaibi and Faisal Al Hammadi from ADSC.
The visiting delegation will get to learn about experiences of Being Sport University in preparing its students to graduate be champions in different types of sports.
The BSU is highly renowned for having large number of well-prepared athlete students, and many of them are famous champions in different types of sports.
Commenting on this visit, Talal Al Hashemi, Technical Affairs Director at ADSC said: “This cohabitation visit aims to get to know about BSU experiences on preparing its students to be future athletes. This will help us at ADSC to contribute to developing the targeted games for sport clubs in Abu Dhabi emirate.”
Al Hashemi assured ADSC will build on experiences of leading nations and international sport institutes in order to have creative systems that will contribute to developing juvenile and junior teams within Abu Dhabi emirate.