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Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
Dubai Fitness Challenge (DFC) is all set to return to the city for its fifth annual edition from Oct.29 to Nov.27, 2021.
An initiative of His Highness Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai and Chairman of The Executive Council of Dubai, will feature an incredible line-up of events to be held across the emirate.
During DFC Dubai’s residents and visitors to commit to 30 minutes of activity for 30 days.
Friends, families, colleagues and communities come together to improve their health as well as enjoy togetherness outdoors.
The fifth edition of DFC's packed calendar of fitness events and activities this year include Fitness Villages at Kite Beach and Expo 2020 Dubai, and the much-awaited return of Dubai Run and Dubai Ride.
The full line-up for Dubai Fitness Challenge and details including registration information will be released over the coming weeks.
Over one million esidents and visitors are expected to take part in DFC.
Everyone planning to participate is encouraged to start setting their fitness and health goals now, and visit the Dubai Fitness Challenge website for inspiration and updates.
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