Australian police on Wednesday said they had apprehended a British suspected drug offender, who tried to flee to Papua New Guinea on a jet ski.
Displaying a dominant performance, Sheikh Abdulaziz Bin Humaid Al Nuaimi, Chairman of Ajman Tourism Development Department, won the second successive Jet Ski Marathon Championship title at the Ajman Sea Festival on Friday.
The state-of-the-art facility has also established itself as a hub for international competitions by hosting numerous prestigious events such as UAE National Ski and Snowboard Championships, The World Cup and Para Snowboard World Cup, which attract both competitors and spectators from around the globe.
Two German female gymnasts at the European championships didn't make the podium on Friday but grabbed the headlines for wearing bodysuits rather than leotards in a sport plagued by abuse scandals.
The young man was rushed to hospital after sustaining moderate injuries.
The little Pakistani ski resort of Malam Jabba is facing a new challenge from the coronavirus pandemic, just as it had hoped to showcase its revamped facilities to the world.
Colonel Saeed Al Madhani, Director of the Ports Police Station in Dubai, said that the collision occurred as a result of negligence and lack of attention while riding the jet ski, which resulted in a death of a person and injury of another.
A ceremony at the Pakistan Aeronautical Complex (PAC) Kamra, also witnessed the handing over of 14 state-of-the-art indigenously developed dual-seat JF-17B Thunder Block-II fighter jets to the air force.
Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed congratulated them and all athletes in the country, wishing them success in achieving more championships and titles to be added to the UAE's record of achievements in various sports.