Winners of the Masfout Mountain Bike Challenge celebrate after the race.
Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
Ajman Tourism Development Department (ATDD) in collaboration with Al Qudra Sports Management organized Masfout Mountain Bike Challenge at Masfout mountains on Friday, which witnessed a participation of hundreds of cyclists.
The race was held as a part of the community races launched by Ajman Tourism to reinforce Ajman’s position as a prominent sports and tourist destination, locally and internationally. Majid Al Balushi came in the first place in the Emirati- men category of 28 km, Khuloud Al Dhaheri in Emirati- women, Michael Bang in the open category- men, and Ivana Kolaric in the open category-women.
Majid Snake came in the first place in the Emirati- men category of 14 km, Joemar Josol in the open category- men, and Rachel D D Sotto the open category-women along with the distribution of prizes worth Dhs12,000.
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