Syrian jockey Ahmed Hamsho was excluded from the equestrian competition qualifiers in the Tokyo Olympics, after his horse stumbled and fell from it after it crossed two barriers.
The General Sports Federation in Syria said that it wishes Hamshos safety “after his horse stumbled during the showjumping race.”
According to the federation, Hamsho participated in showjumping competitions at a height of (160 cm), which is his second participation in the Olympic Games after London 201, and he also participated in 20 European and Arab qualified international tournaments, including 6 international tournaments held in Syria.
Hamsho won the Grand Prix championship in the Emirati city of Al Ain in 2014, and was crowned the title of Loyalty Championship in Syria in 2018, and the champion of the Al-Aghar International Tournament in 2021 in Syria as well, in which he was also crowned the champion of the International Peace Championship in 2021.
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