Here are the results of the final men, women, and junior 1.2-km sprint races.
Elie Tawk (Lebanon).
Paul Keyrouz (Lebanon).
Charbel Nehme (Lebanon).
Maria Diaz (Argentina).
Huguette Fakhry (Lebanon).
Sasha Geagea (Lebanon).
Mansour Geagea (Lebanon).
Ibrahim Geagea (Lebanon).
Serge Lazam (Lebanon).
Of the 8 remaining teams, Argentina came in second (3 medals), followed by Mexico (2 medals) and Colombia (2 medals).
The champions were crowned by the head of the Officers Club, Brig. Gen. Mazen Zahra (representing Lebanese Armed Forces Commander Gen. Joseph Aoun), alongside Lebanese Ski Federation President Freddy Keyrouz and club presidents and officials.
Keyrouz and Brig. Gen. Zahra presented the championship trophy to the Lebanese team, then Keyrouz handed a shield to Zahra as a token of appreciation, thanking Gen. Joseph Aoun for sponsoring the successful championship.
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