Mohamed Ibrahim Al Hammadi, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of ENEC and Suliman Al Hammadi, the Director of the Al Wathba Cycling Team, along with members of the team pose for a picture.
Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
The Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation (ENEC) signed a partnership agreement to support the activities of the Al Wathba Cycling Team.
The agreement aims to encourage increased participation in sport to ensure health and wellbeing of the community.
The agreement falls in line with ENEC’s social responsibility commitment of providing support to the community.
ENEC supports a wide range of events and activities that contribute to economic growth and social prosperity in the UAE.
In addition, the agreement comes in line with ENEC’s approach to ensure fit and healthy lives for the teams of the Barakah Plant, and the ongoing collaboration that supports activities of the community in the UAE.
Under this partnership agreement, ENEC will sponsor the activities and events of the Al Wathba Cycling Team, including bicycle races that will encourage all segments of society to practice this sport. The partnership will also enhance community awareness on the importance of fitness and sport in general.
During the new season, the Al Wathba Cycling Team will organize a cycling event at the site of the Barakah Plant, and the club will participate in an open and wider cycling competition in the Al Dhafra Region.
Al Wathba Cycling Team, a community team, established in 2016 in Abu Dhabi, has a focus on promoting healthy lifestyles through cycling. It has a wide range of cyclists including multi-nationalities from both genders.
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