By Sports Reporter
Badr bin Mohamed al-Darwish was elected as the Chairman of the Board of Directors and President of the Qatar Equestrian and Modern Pentathlon Federation, while Ali al-Rumaihi was chosen as the Secretary-General of the federation. The election for these posts took place during the Qatar Equestrian and Modern Pentathlon Federation’s General Assembly meeting held on Tuesday.
Al-Darwish thanked the General Assembly for the confidence reposed in him and for electing him as the president. He promised that this confidence would be translated into a great work aimed at getting many achievements for the Qatari equestrian.
He also thanked Hamad bin Abdul Rahman al-Attiyah, the former president of the federation and the president of the Asian Equestrian Federation, for the commendable work he had done in the previous period and for bringing Qatari equestrian to its highest levels globally and regionally.
During al- Attiyah’s tenure, equestrianism succeeded in achieving many international achievements.
The Qatar Equestrian Federation and the Modern Pentathlon expressed its thanks and appreciation to al-Attiyah for his contribution to Qatari federation from 2011 to 2021, and among the most important of these achievements being the qualification of Qatar rider to 2016 Rio Olympic Games in addition to winning many accolades and medals at Asian Games tours and the high level the equestrian achieved during his reign, as also the interest among the new generation, led by the Future Riders School.
Current Qatar Equestrian and Modern Pentathlon Federation Board Members:
Badr bin Mohamed al-Darwish - Chairman of the Board of Directors
Ali bin Yousef al-Rumaihi – Secretary-General and Member of the Board of Directors
Sheikh Ahmed bin Noah al-Thani - Member of the Board of Directors
Ahmed bin Jaber al-Mulla - Member of the Board of Directors
Amer bin Mohamed al-Hamidi - Member of the Board of Directors
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