Hawzah News Agency (Mashhad, Iran) - Ali Akbar Hashemi Javaheri stated, “The 10th sports and cultural Olympiad of al-Mustafa International University students was held on Friday 18th of Esfand/ 9th of March. The event was held in Astan Quds Razavi’s Physical Education Institute with the presence of athletes from eleven countries”.
He stated, “Around 300 men and women seminary students of al-Mustafa International University participated in this sports event”.
Managing director of Astan Quds Razavi Physical Education Institute stated, “The tournament will be held in four individual areas of rifles shooting, darts, Ping-Pong, physical fitness, and cricket”.
“These matches are continuing since last week when women matches started and some parts of the event held today in men part”, he added.
Hashemi Javaheri went on to say, “Today, dart, Ping-Pong, and physical fitness contests were held for men participants in Astan Quds Razavi’s Physical Education Institute”.
He reminded, “The cricket tournaments have been started since two weeks ago and they are continued every Thursday and Friday with presence of ten groups”.
Managing director of Astan Quds Razavi’s Physical Education Institute stated, “Air gun shooting tournament will also be held based on the schedule next week at the location of the institute”.
He reiterated, “The final match and closing ceremony of 12th cultural and sports Olympiad of al-Mustafa International University students will be held next Friday”.
Hashemi Javaheri stated, “This round of contests was held with presence of eighty female students of this religious sciences university. These female students were from ten countries including Pakistan, Afghanistan, Nigeria, Liberia, India, Sierra Leone, and Bangladesh”.
At the end, he noted, “After enrolling themselves in Fajr ten days, the participants announced their readiness for participating in various fields in the 12th round of tournament”. He also said, “According to the arrangements, two fields of track and field and badminton are held in the center’s roofed halls”.