Iranian disabled crowned championship of Bahrain Para-Asian 2021

The Iranian convoy returned to the country after winning the championship in the Para-Asian youth Games, Tuesday, December7.

According to ISNA, the sports convoy of the disabled including blind and visually impaired young Iran after winning 134 medals (44 golds, 55 silvers and 36 bronzes) and winning the championship for the first time in the Para-Asian Youth Games in Bahrain, this evening, Tuesday, December 7 with welcoming the sports officials, they returned to the country.

In this ceremony, Mehdi Ali Nejad, Deputy for Professional and Championship Sports of the Ministry of Sports and Youth, Maryam Kazemipour, Deputy Head of Women's Sports of the Ministry of Sports, Mahmoud Khosravi Vafa, President of the National Paralympic Committee, Mehrdad Aligardashi, President of the Table Tennis Federation, Mohammad Reza pouria, President of the Badminton and Collective Federation The country's sports officials were present.

The sports caravan for the disabled, blind and visually impaired with 111 athletes won 44 gold, 55 silver and 36 bronze medals for the first time.

Khosravi Vafa: We did not imagine winning 134 medals by the youth in Bahrain

The head of the National Paralympic Committee, after the Iranian convoy won the championship in the Para-Asian Youth Games in Bahrain, said: "We expected to win the championship in Bahrain, but we did not imagine winning 134 medals." According to ISNA, Mahmoud Khosravi Vafa stated: In the UAE Youth Para-Asian Games with 114 athletes and 118 medals, we came second, but this period with 111 athletes and 134 medals for the first time after 3 runners-up is in first place We got that was really unexpected.

He said: "Young people appeared motivated during this period and had a very good performance." The head of the National Paralympic Committee, referring to Bahrain's poor hosting in terms of technical and transfer aspects, said: "As much as the hosts received a passing score in terms of opening, hospitality, providing public services and accommodation, in terms of technical aspects of competitions and transfers until the last minute."

They did not receive acceptance and their performance was not satisfactory.

He pointed out: "considering the qualitative policy that we had in mind for the Para-Asian Youth Games, this policy, as it worked well in the Tokyo Paralympics, we also managed to increase the number of our medals in the Para-Asian Youth with the same policy and it was seemed to look good, so that for the first time in the two teams of soccer and basketball we were able to win. In the end, Khosravi Vafa said: "In Hangzhou, China, we will try to increase our medals and improve our position by focusing on quality."

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