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The national gymnastics team player and graduate student at Al-Ahliyya Amman University, Ahmed Abu Al-Saud, who received a scholarship, was crowned with the bronze medal on the horse handles apparatus at the World Gymnastics Championships held in the Belgian city of Antwerp on Saturday evening.
Abu Al-Saud succeeded in achieving the bronze medal after coming in third place with a total of 14,633 points.
While the Irish player, Reece McClenaghan, won the gold medal, the American player, Joey Young, came in second place and won the silver.
Professor Dr. Sari Hamdan, President of Al-Ahliyya Amman University, congratulated the student Ahmed Abu Al-Saud, wishing him to win more championships and continue the honorable representation of Jordan.
This is the second medal achieved by Ahmed Abu Al-Saud in the World Gymnastics Championships, as he was crowned with a silver medal in last year’s edition, which took place in the British city of Liverpool, which made him the first Arab player to achieve a medal in the history of the World Gymnastics Championships, which were launched for the first time in 1903.