New Zealand began the on-field build-up to their defence of the World Cup with a scratch combination and a scratchy 20-16 win over Argentina in the Rugby Championship on Saturday.
Young Emirati racing driver Rashid Al Dhaheri’s star continues to rise as he becomes World Series Karting Euro Series Champion in the Mini Series category, his second championship in a row this racing season.
Team Abu Dhabi wrapped up their first major powerboat racing title of the season on Sunday as Shaun Torrente, Rashed Al Qemzi, Rashed Al Tayer and Italian Tullio Abbate clinched the World Endurance Championships in Augustów, Poland.
The UAE Falcons, the country’s national Jiu-Jitsu team, sit atop the medals table at the 4th Jiu-Jitsu Asian Championship after an impressive medal haul on Thursday in the Mongolian capital of Ulaanbaatar.
Team Abu Dhabi’s Shaun Torrente maintained his overall lead in the 2019 UIM F1H2O World Championship on Sunday with a battling performance to finish second in the Grand Prix of France.
The ninth edition of the Maktoum Bin Rashid Ramadan Football Championship begins at the Dubai Police Club on Friday. 19 teams are taking part in the tournament held in Holy Ramadan since 2011 in the memory of late Sheikh Maktoum Bin Rashid Al Maktoum.
The Al Ain Sports Club along with the Baniyas Sports Club have clinched the first positions in the group archery championship, in the 15+ and under 15 categories, respectively. Al Ain Sports Club scored 763 points in the archery finals, that was held on Friday, as part of the 11th Ramadan Women’s Sports Tournament (RWST),
Al Joker stunned hosts and defending champions Dubai Police 3-0 in the opening round of the ninth edition of the Maktoum Bin Rashid Ramadan Football Championship at the Dubai Police Club on Friday. Saleh Khalfan put Al Joker ahead in the fifth minute of the game.
Reigning world champion Shaun Torrente has set his sights on another double success in Portugal this weekend as holders Team Abu Dhabi aim for a flying start to the 2019 UIM F1H2O World Championship. After storms disrupted the opening round of the series in Dammam, Saudi Arabia,
The Big 3 and Sharjah Women Team A clinched the Men’s and Women’s titles at the NAS 3x3 Basketball Championship, while The Quattro Ballers and Triple Threat triumphed in the Juniors Girls and Junior Boys categories respectively. The Big 3 defeated Ball Above All 19-11 in the Men’s final,