During the GCC Aquatic Championships, the Qatari national swimming team won eight bronze medals, 21 silvers, and 33 gold. In the 28th GCC Aquatic Championships, Qatar’s national swimming team won 62 medals.
There were a total of 33 gold medals won in addition to 21 silver and eight bronze. The team also took home the title of the best player in all categories. Sheikh Joaan bin Hamad Al Thani, chairman of the Qatar Olympic Committee, stated in a tweet on Sunday, “We congratulate all the winners and congratulate the champions of support for taking the lead in the medal standings,”
انتهت منافسات البطولة الـ28 للألعاب المائية الخليجية التي استمرت 4 أيام في الدوحة وسط أجواء تنافسية أخوية ..
نبارك لجميع الفائزين ونهنئ أبطال الأدعم على صدارة ترتيب الميداليات بـ 62 ميدالية :
منها 33 🥇 و21 🥈 و8 🥉.. 🇶🇦👏🏻@Qatar_swimming pic.twitter.com/JvfnjuFnUD
— جوعان بن حمد (@JoaanBinHamad) August 22, 2021
At the Hamad Aquatics Centre in Qatar, the tournament was organised by the Qatar Swimming Association and featured six GCC countries. In the 200m freestyle, Mohammed Mahmoud won gold, Abdulaziz Al Obaidli won silver, Feras Saidi won silver, and the Qatari relay team won bronze in the 200m freestyle race four.
QATAR’s success at the GCC Aquatic Championships in Doha was hailed by Qatar Swimming Association (QSA) board member Khalid Abdullah, who also chairs the QSA water polo committee