HE the President of the Qatar Olympic Committee (QOC) Sheikh Joaan bin Hamad al-Thani held a workshop with presidents and executive directors of sports clubs on Thursday to discuss Qatar’s strategy to prepare national teams for the Doha 2030 Asian Games.
The workshop was attended by Minister of Culture and Sports HE Salah bin Ghanem bin Nasser al-Ali, QOC Secretary-General HE Jassim bin Rashid al-Buainain and Directors of QOC Departments.
During the workshop, HE Sheikh Joaan encouraged the sports clubs to begin preparing the Qatari national teams for Doha 2030 Asian Games to secure the best possible results during the games in line with Qatar’s sports renaissance and the unlimited support from our wise leadership.
The QOC President lauded the huge efforts of sports clubs and their contribution to developing team Qatar athletes and helping them accomplish more achievements including the historic achievements in Tokyo 2020 Olympics when Qatar claimed two gold medals and one bronze medal.
HE Sheikh Joaan stressed the importance of co-ordinating between the QOC, the Ministry of Culture and Sports, sports clubs and sports federation to achieve the objectives of Team Qatar strategy and to prepare Qatari athletes for Doha 2030 Asian Games.
For his part, HE the Minister of Culture and Sports Salah bin Ghanem bin Nasser al-Ali commended the co-operation between sports clubs and federations to secure more achievements.
Team Qatar strategy aims to build a strategic framework and systematic plans to develop athletes’ performance and provide them with their needs. It also helps the QOC measure, follow up and evaluate their performance to ensure the achievement of the interim goals and main results.
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