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Qatar wins 1st Arab 2012 Olympic medal

08-04-2012 14:04 BJT Special Report:2012 London Olympic Games |

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An athlete from Qatar, Nasser Al Attiyah, has won bronze in the men’s skeet at the London Olympics. This is the first Olympic medal won by an athlete from an Arab country at London 2012.

Al Attiyah is a shooter and rally driver. This is his fifth appearance at the Olympic Games. He made his World Rally Championship debut in 2004, and won the first stage in his second race.

To celebrate Al Attiyah’s victory, a Telecom company in Qatar offered him life-time free mobile service, and one day’s free service for all the the country’s subscribers.


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