Bangkok, Thailand, January 3, 2021 – In-form Al Adaam captured the men’s beach volleyball gold medal in the inaugural QOC Beach Games at Aspire Park on Saturday, volleyball.qa reported.
Al Adaam performed brilliantly in the thrilling final showdown against Al Nojoom, cruising to an impressive 2-0 (21-13 21-18) victory over the fighting opponents for a prize money of QR40,000.
Meanwhile, Al Maha, fielding some of the national team players, reigned supreme in the women’s event following their 2-0 win against Al Amal in the final clash.
The maiden edition of the QOC Beach Games came to a fruitful conclusion at the Aspire Park on Saturday with the winners being crowned in a glittering ceremony in the presence of Qatar Olympic Committee and various Federation officials.
As many as 500 men’s and women’s athletes participated in four sporting disciplines – beach football, beach handball, beach volleyball and 3×3 beach basketball – for a total prize money of QR470,000 in what has been considered a legacy event of the ANOC World Beach Games 2019.
Present at the awards presentation were Qatar Olympic Committee Secretary-General HE Jassim al-Buenain, Qatar Volleyball Association President Ali Ghanim al-Kuwari, and other officials from the QOC and various federations.
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