Team Abu Dhabi’s Rashed Al Qemzi in action during the free practice ahead of the Grand Prix of Lithuania.
Team Abu Dhabi return to the scene of their 2019 UIM World Circuit Endurance Championships triumph in Poland at the weekend believing that experience can be a key weapon in their latest title challenge.
Team Abu Dhabi secured their first major powerboat racing crown of the season on Sunday as Rashed Al Qemzi, Thani Al Qemzi and Mansoor Al Mansoori combined to win the UIM World Endurance Championships in Augustow in Poland. Third place on Lake Necko to add to their opening race
Team Abu Dhabi’s bid to recapture four world powerboat racing titles gets under way in Lithuania next week as Rashed Al Qemzi launches his challenge for a third UIM F2 triumph in five years. It will be Qemzi’s first taste of world championship action since he rounded off a triumphant
Lock Thibaud Flament studied at Loughborough University in England, full-back Melvyn Jaminet had never played a Top 14 game and winger Gabin Villiere was a second-team scrum-half in the French fifth-tier before bursting onto the international scene.
Batting first India reached 116-7 in their 20 overs with Smriti Mandhana (46) and Jemimah Rodrigues (42) putting on 73 for the second wicket. Sri Lanka's chase started badly when they were reduced to 14-3 in the fifth over by a devastating spell from right-arm seamer Titas Sadhu.
The championship will take place in Turkmenistan from October 11–17 and is organised by the UAE Embassy in Turkmenistan, featuring 105 male and female players from teams.