Sheikh Hamdan leads the peloton in Dubai.
Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai, shared on his Twitter account photos of cycling in Dubai as part of Dubai Fitness Challenge 2020.
Sheikh Hamdan wrote on Twitter, “Today, I was pleased with the participation of a group of leaders of major international companies operating in Dubai on a bicycle tour as part of the Dubai Fitness Challenge at the Nad Al Sheba track.
“We talked about the future of development and ways to overcome the current challenges in the framework of a partnership that has for long brought Dubai together with the private sector and was the cause of successes that dazzled the world.”
Sheikh Hamdan said, “The talk about the future of the economy, the prospects for development, and the prospective opportunities goes on... But we also discussed the importance of sport, which Dubai has made part of its way of life... and the need to encourage its practice due to its direct link with the human capacity for work, production and progress… We are keen to have a healthy, productive and happy society.”
It is one of the biggest fitness events with a participation of heath enthusiasts from all spheres of society.
This year, the challenge also brought in its wake, the citywide Dubai Run.
On Nov.27, the entire city will become a personalised running track for people of all ages, abilities and fitness levels, offering new reasons to join the flagship fitness movement launched by Sheikh Hamdan.
The entire public, from young adults, teenagers, to older residents and people of determination, are invited to celebrate their new personal best with the Dubai Run.
Registration is open on www.dubairun.com.
The fitness challenge started on Oct.30 and will end on Nov.28, 2020.
On 27 November, the entire city will become a personalised running track for all ages, abilities and fitness levels; giving everyone exciting new reasons to join the flagship fitness movement launched by Sheikh Hamdan.
Sheikh Hamdan took to his Instagram account and wrote, Thank you @willsmith for the bike! I named it Scotty…”
The challenge was part of the emirate’s sports calendar introduced to support and encourage sports and quality of life. Many male and female contestants participated in the challenge.
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