Indian runner Gomathi Marimuthu failed a dope test immediately after winning the Asian 800 metres title last month and has been suspended, the national governing body said on Wednesday.
OliOli, a globally unique and multi-award-winning experiential play museum that was founded in the UAE, is expanding regionally and launching its second location in Doha, Qatar. Located inside the iconic gift box-shaped building within Katara Cultural Village, OliOli Doha will open doors in time for the FIFA World Cup 2022.
MSC World Europa will spend her inaugural season in the Middle East offering 7-night cruises to Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Sir Bani Yas Island, UAE, Dammam, Saudi Arabia and Doha, Qatar.
The members of the UAE Judo team on Friday will arrive in the Qatari capital, Doha, from Romania after completing their training camp, to participate in the Doha Masters 2021 that will start on Friday.
Jamaican sprint star Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce raced to victory in the 100m at the Diamond League in Doha on Friday in a confidence boost in the run-up to the Tokyo Olympics.
Stefanos Tsitsipas had to dig deep to edge out Poland’s Hubert Hurkacz on Thursday in three sets to set up a quarter-final against Karen Khachanov in Rotterdam. The Greek second seed dropped the second set but won in a tight decider on his third
Petra Kvitova reached her third Qatar Open final in the last four years by defeating Jessica Pegula in the semi-final. She will face Garbine Muguruza in a rematch of the 2018 final, after Victoria Azarenka withdrew from their semifinal due to a back injury.
The Qatar Open on Wednesday saw its top two seeds stretched to the limit. Top seed Dominic Thiem withstood the challenge of Russian wild card Aslan Karatsev in a comeback victory, while second seed Roger Federer survived a Daniel Evans scare before
Roger Federer was bundled out of the Qatar Open on Thursday after the Swiss maestro was handed a shock defeat by ATP-ranked 42nd Nikoloz Basilashvili. The player from Georgia, who lost the first set 6-3, came back strongly to beat the
Roberto Bautista Agut ended the 20-match winning streak of Andrey Rublev at ATP 500 events on Friday to reach the Qatar Open final. The fifth-seeded Spaniard, who captured the 2019 title, extended his winning run in Doha to nine matches with a