The second edition of Sharjah’s first ever female-only obstacle race, ‘Challenge Accepted’ was a resounding success, with 530 girls participating in the individual and team events that were held at the Sharjah Girl Guides (SGG) headquarters in Al Bdai’e.
As the mercury keeps climbing on the outside and COVID-19 continues to plague the world, DSC and Japanese sports drinks giants Pocari Sweat have come together to provide some much-needed relief for members of the community with a virtual run that every member of the household can take part in.
Sidy Diallo has travelled the globe, sometimes running marathons in consecutive weeks he is running Sunday in New York to preach the still largely unappreciated benefits of running barefoot.
For the first time ever, Dubai’s Sheikh Zayed Road will turn into a running track on Nov.8, according to WAM.
Organised under the umbrella of Dubai Sports Council, in association with Dubai Municipality and FittGROUP, the 50km Al Marmoom Ultramarathon will take place on Friday March 5 in Al Marmoom Desert Conservation Reserve.
Sheikh Hamdan said on Instagram, Join me in the Dubai Run, one of the most prominent activities of the Dubai Fitness Challenge on November 26th… Sheikh Zayed Road will turn into a track for competition and excellence...With your participation, we will make Dubai the most active city in the world.”
The NAS Sports Tournament is being organised annually as per the directives and the generous support of Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the Crown Prince of Dubai & Chairman of the Executive Council.
Held at the iconic Yas Marina Circuit, the world’s best athletes were in action as they began their quest to claim precious ranking points to qualify for next year’s Olympic Games in Paris on a day which also featured the Para Cup races.