HE the President of the Qatar Olympic Committee (QOC) Sheikh Joaan bin Hamad al-Thani crowned the winners of the first edition of the QOC Ultimate Race 2022 held at Katara – the Cultural Village Katara Saturday.
The medal ceremony was attended by HE the QOC Secretary-General Jassim bin Rashid al-Buenain, Qatar Cycling and Triathlon Federation (QCTF) President Mohamed bin Jeham al-Kuwari, QCTF Secretary-General Thani Khalifa al-Zaraa, Event Director Sheikh Suhaim bin Mohamed al-Thani, and a number of triathlon enthusiasts from Qatar and the region.
Canada's Mohamed al-Sabagh made the most of bright and sunny conditions to win the men’s event. Meanwhile, Aday Alvarez of Spain and Aziz Haddaj of Morocco took second and third places, respectively.
In the women’s event, Rebecca Page led the standings ahead of Andrea Stadler in second place, while Adeline Cormary finished third.
Mathews Wilson clinched the gold medal in the Youth Duathlon event followed bt Akshith Saravanan who managed second, while Dani Fadli settled for third place.
The QOC Ultimate Race 2022 saw the enthusiastic participation of a large number of people.