Zain hon­ors Na­tional Jet Ski team cham­pi­ons

Kuwait Times - - SPORTS -


Zain, the lead­ing telecom­mu­ni­ca­tions com­pany in Kuwait, hon­ored Kuwait’s Na­tional Jet Ski team cham­pi­ons, dur­ing a spe­cial hon­or­ing cer­e­mony held in its main headquarters at Shuwaikh. The event came af­ter the team achieved 10 ti­tles dur­ing their par­tic­i­pa­tion in the re­cently con­cluded World Jet Ski Cham­pi­onship held in the United States, as the com­pany is the main spon­sor of the team for the sixth con­sec­u­tive year.

Zain’s hon­or­ing cer­e­mony wit­nessed the at­ten­dance of the com­pany’s of­fi­cials who per­son­ally hon­ored the team cham­pi­ons for their na­tional achieve­ment as well as for their op­ti­mum per­for­mance dur­ing their in­ter­na­tional par­tic­i­pa­tions.

The com­pany stressed that shed­ding light on the achieve­ments of lo­cal tal­ents is a top pri­or­ity, and its main spon­sor­ship of the team for the sixth con­sec­u­tive year is in line with Zain’s com­mit­ment to­wards Kuwaiti ath­letes, which re­sem­bles the com­pany’s endless con­fi­dence of the com­pe­ten­cies of these young cham­pi­ons and their ca­pa­bil­i­ties in ex­celling in dif­fer­ent fields.

It is worth not­ing that Zain par­tic­i­pated in the wel­com­ing cer­e­mony held in Kuwait Air­port’s Hon­or­ing Hall where many of the team’s spon­sors and sup­port­ing or­ga­ni­za­tions at­tended. The com­pany ex­pressed its keen­ness on en­cour­ag­ing Kuwaiti ath­letes to rep­re­sent Kuwait in the var­i­ous in­ter­na­tion­ally renowned cham­pi­onships.

As a lead­ing telecom­mu­ni­ca­tions com­pany in Kuwait, Zain is con­stantly look­ing to iden­tify and sup­port ex­cel­lence across the sports sec­tor. The com­pany will con­tinue to put Kuwaiti Na­tional teams and in­di­vid­ual ath­letes at the fore­front of its pri­or­i­ties and pledges to con­tinue mo­ti­vat­ing them to achieve all the recog­ni­tion they de­serve.

TOKYO: This photo taken on August 22, 2016 shows a karate com­pe­ti­tion in Tokyo to se­lect Japanese rep­re­sen­ta­tives for the world cham­pi­onships. Hol­ly­wood may have kicked karate onto the world stage, but its first-ever in­clu­sion at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics prom­ises to shine a light on the rich his­tory of the dis­ci­pline. — AFP

NAHA: Karate mas­ter Masahiro Nakamoto (R), who is also the high­est-rank­ing ex­pert of the Ok­i­nawa Kobudo tra­di­tional weapons sys­tem, demon­strat­ing his skills at his train­ing hall in Naha, Ok­i­nawa pre­fec­ture. —AFP

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