The runners of the Public Security team achieved outstanding results in the Red Sea Half Marathon, which was held in the city of Aqaba.
Public Security runners achieved (7) colored medals (3 golds, 3 silvers, and a bronze) with the participation of more than (1500) male and female runners representing several countries from all over the world.
The results of the public security runners were as follows:
- The gold medal in the (10) km race by the runner Saad Salama, with a time of twenty-nine minutes and forty-eight seconds (29:48).
- The gold medal in the (10) km race with visual impairment, by the runner Nabil Al-Muqabla and his companion, the runner Raafat Al-Zboun, with a time of thirty-seven minutes and thirty-nine seconds (37:39).
- The gold medal in the (21) km wheelchair race by the runner Ali Al-Sawalmeh, with a time of one hour, seventeen minutes and fifty-one seconds (1:17:51).
- The Silver medal (10) km race by runner Sharif Naeem, with a time of thirty minutes and forty-three seconds (30:43).
- The silver medal for the (21) km race by the runner Ahmed Sammour, with a time of one hour, ten minutes and thirty-three seconds (1:10:33).
- The silver medal for the women’s 21 km race, by the runner, Sabria Al-Muradat, with a time of one hour, twenty-two minutes, three and eleven seconds (1:22:11).
- The bronze medal in the (21) km race by the runner Ahmed Muheisen, with a time of one hour and eleven seconds and twenty-three seconds (1:11:23).
It is worth noting that the public Security Marathon Team, which is coached by Major Zuhair Al-Zboun, has won first levels in many international races, including the Luxor International Marathon, the Beirut International Marathon, and the Austrian International Marathon (Oucher), in addition to winning many other local races.