The 2019 AFC Champions League group stage enters the decisive phase with eight matches taking place across West Asia in Matchday Four on Monday and Tuesday.
Al Ain staged its final fixture of the campaign, the penultimate meeting of the UAE season, on Thursday afternoon. The featured Al Ain Sprint was won imperiously by RB Money To Burn, defending her unbeaten record in the style of an exciting filly.
Zimbabwe won the second ODI against UAE by four runs on DLS method in a rain-affected encounter in Harare. UAE’s innings were anchored by half-centuries from Ghulam Shabber and Shaiman Anwar, and the interruption of rain saw to overs being lost, with Zimbabwe set a target of 210 from 35 overs to extend their series lead.
Islamic Republic of Iran’s Zobahan kept their place at the top of the 2019 AFC Champions League Group A with a comfortable 2-0 victory over UAE’s Al Wasl at Foolad Shahr on Tuesday.
The Ardennes Classics continues on Wednesday with UAE Team Emirates announcing a stellar line-up to take on La Fleche Wallonne and the fourth Monument of the season -- Liege-Bastogne-Liege. Spearheading the team of seven riders will be Dan Martin. The Irishman picked up the race victory at Liege-Bastogne-Liege in 2013,
In one of the most dramatic and hotly-contested competitions in recent history, jiu-jitsu masters from Brazil dominated Tuesday’s Abu Dhabi World Masters Jiu-Jitsu Championship (ADWMJJC) at Mubadala Arena. The exciting preview to the three-day Abu Dhabi World Professional Jiu-Jitsu Championship 2019 (ADWPJJC)
As a field of 62 all-female teams tackled a gruelling Gov Games obstacle course comprising nine mind and body-defying challenges
Stephane Peterhansel and Sam Sunderland retain lead after a day of drama in the Abu Dhabi Desert Challenge (ADDC) set the scene for a thrilling last leg sweeping back to the UAE capital.
UAE Team Emirates’ Diego Ulissi recorded his highest ever finish at the Ardennes Classics, picking up a spot on the podium at La Flèche Wallonne.