He won gold in the double trap at the 2004 Athens Games. He also finished fourth in the trap, and in Beijing finished seventh in double trap.
Here we take a look at seven Emiratis aiming to repeat his golden heroics in London...
SHEIKH SAEED Al MAKTOUM  - Shooting, men’s skeet -
The nephew of HH Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum will be looking to do his country proud. This is his fourth Olympics.
MOHAMMED ABBAS DARWISH - Athletics, men’s triple jump - The likable Darwish only took to the triple jump seriously three years ago and his one big aim is to make the final.
HUMAID AL DEREI - Judo, men’s 66kg - The Abu Dhabi-based 21-year-old cannot wait for the Games to begin and is excited about competing on the big sporting stage.
SHEIKH JUMA AL MAKTOUM - Shooting, men’s double trap - The 27-year-old won silver at the 2010 Asian Games in Guangzhou in the men’s double trap event.
BETHLEHEM DESALEGN - Athletics, women’s 1,500m - The 20-year-old runner booked her place by making the qualifying mark back in June.
ISMAIL MATAR - Football - The Al Wahda striker, one of the three over-23-year-olds picked in Mahdi Ali’s squad, is looking to repeat his 2007 Gulf Cup heroics.
MUBARAK AL BESHER - Swimming, men’s 100m breaststroke - UAE swim coach Jay Benner told 7DAYS Al Besher has a lot of talent and should set a new national record in London.