Al Ain: Al Ain Club dominated the Al Ain International Under-18 Jiu-Jitsu Championship over the weekend top ranking with 1,733 points via 34 gold, 21 silver and 22 bronze medals.
Al Wahda came second with 1,634 points via 22 gold, 28 silver and 29 bronze medals, while Ajman came third with 1,269 points from eight gold, four silver and four bronze.
In total 40 countries took part in the two-day competition. Next up will be the Al Ain International Professional Championship on October 26-27.
The second round of the Umm Al Emarat will take place on November 3-4, followed by the second round of the President’s Cup will be held November 23-24, the Dubai International Championships December 8-9 and the third round of the Emir’s Cup on December 23.