Hayward, meanwhile, took the overall honours in the 10km run with a time of 47:28, finishing a minute and 37 seconds ahead of Helen Boland of Ireland (49:05), while Kahli Johnson of the UK was third overall with a time of 49:10.
Rahma, who learned surfing in the wave pool in Dubai, started his sporting career as an international football star and played for Dubai Football club.
Dubai Ride attracted wide participation from the public for a once-in-a-lifetime cycling experience along Sheikh Zayed Road
Dubai Fitness Challenge (DFC) will kick off its fourth edition from October 30 to November 28, 2020, featuring 30 days of virtual and physical events for all residents to commit to an active lifestyle.
The free-to-attend event will see runners set off along Sheikh Zayed Road before passing a number of the city’s iconic buildings on both the 5km or 10km routes.
The visit was amongst a series of activities that the world-famous wrestler took part in to join the fitness fun during DFC 2019
The Dubai Fitness Challenge (DFC) has been stepped up several notches in this third edition, as Dubai transforms into the world’s first and only city gym starting this weekend – from Oct.18 to Nov.16.
Events include Tough Mudder, the Beat Diabetes Walk, Emirates NBD Unity Run and MEFIT Health and Fitness Summit.
Dubai emphatically demonstrated its people’s commitment to an active lifestyle, as Dubai Fitness Challenge (DFC) officially drew curtains on its most successful and engaging edition this weekend.