(We Are Team Qatar) United in supporting our stars in Tokyo 2020 Olympics

DOHA-Under the theme of "We Are Team Qatar", the Qatar Olympic Committee (QOQ) launched its promotional campaign to support Team Qatar stars ahead of their participation in Tokyo 2020 Olympics Games to take place from July 23 to August 08, 2021. A phrase that represents the pride and unity of Team Qatar to unite the audience behind the team from all demographics.

A total of 15 athletes will proudly represent Qatar in 7 sports at Tokyo 2020 Olympics as Team Qatar will compete in a total of 7 Sports and 6 Track and Field disciplines. 2 female athletes will participate in the sports of Rowing and Athletics.

Team Qatar roster in Tokyo 2020 Olympics includes; Mutaz Barshim, Abderrahman Samba, Abubaker Hayder, Abdirahman Saeed Hassan, Musab Adam, Femi Ogunode, Ashraf Amgad El-Seify (Athletics), Mohamed Al Rumaihi (Shooting), Fares Ibrahim (Weightlifting), Cherif Younouse, Ahmed Tijan (Beach Volleyball), Ayoub Al Idrisi (Judo) and Abdulaziz Al Obaidly (Swimming).

The Qatari women will be represented by Bashayer Almanwari in 100m event and Tala Abu-Jubara, the first Qatari female athlete to represent Qatar in Rowing at the Olympic Games.

The QOC campaign "We Are Team Qatar" will focus on some important messages as it calls on all the sporting community to get behind Team Qatar stars as they strive to make our nation proud.

As the QOC is leaving no stone unturned in preparation for the upcoming Olympics Games, it encourages its followers on social media platforms to show their support for team Qatar stars through the following accounts; Instagram: Qatar_Olympic Twitter: Qatar_Olympic Facebook: TeamQatar YouTube: TeamQatar Snapchat: TeamQatar.

Qatar's development in sport is built on a far-sighted vision alongside years of hard work and commitment. Team Qatar athletes grew in an environment supported by world class development programmes and state-of-the-art sport facilities as they are paving the way in inspiring future generations to represent Team Qatar.

Source: Olympic Committee