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Saudi Arabia
Title
Saudi Arabian Olympic Committee
Address
P.O. Box 6040
Prince Faisal Fahd Olympic Complex
Riyadh 11442

Saudi Arabia
Phone
+966 11 482 18 32
Fax
+966 11 482 19 51
President
HRH Prince Abdulaziz Bin TURKI ALFAISAL ALSAUD
Recognition Date
01 January 1965
Flag
KSA
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News from the National Olympic Committee

Find here the latest news from the National Olympic Committee: events, courses, general assemblies and elections, trophies and much more.

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His Royal Highness jumps

London 2012 - Saudi prince, His Royal Highness Prince Abdullah al Saud, competes riding Davos in the third round of team jumping in Olympic equestrian action.
IOC/John Huet
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Mojica and Shaherkani on the mat

London 2012 - Puerto Rico's Melissa Mojica (blue), and Wojdan Shaherkani, one of the first two Saudi Arabian women ever to compete at the Olympic Games, grapple with each other in their +78kg judo elimination round match. Mojica won by an Ippon.
IOC/Richard Juilliart
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Judokas size each other up

London 2012 - Wojdan Shaherkani (white), one of the first two Saudi Arabian women ever to compete at the Olympic Games, competes with Melissa Mojica of Puerto Rico in their +78kg judo elimination round match. Mojica won by an Ippon.
IOC/Richard Juilliart
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Wojdan Shaherkani makes Games history

London 2012 - Wojdan Shaherkani, the first Saudi Arabian woman ever to compete at the Olympic Games, moments before her +78kg judo elimination round match with Melissa Mojica of Puerto Rico. Shaherkani was allowed to wear a headscarf in accordance with her Islamic beliefs - another first.
IOC/Richard Juilliart
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Mojico goes for the grab

London 2012 - Puerto Rico's Melissa Mojica (blue), goes to grab Wojdan Shaherkani, one of the first two Saudi Arabian women ever to compete at the Olympic Games, in their +78kg judo elimination round match. Mojica won by an Ippon.
IOC/Richard Juilliart
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Tight bunch in 1500m

London 2012 - All but Emad Noor of Saudi Arabia are bunched tightly in early action of the men’s 1500m first round heat three.
IOC/Chris Furlong
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Saudi Arabia Medals

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