Team Manager Joxean Matxin Fernandez (Spa) will lead the squad alongside Sports Directors Andrej Hauptman (Slo), Simone Pedrazzini (Swi) and Marco Marcato (Ita).
Ralph Beckett-trained Westover won the Dubai Duty Free Irish Derby with a dominant display at the Curragh Racecourse on Saturday. Ridden by Colin Keane, Westover romped home with seven lengths to spare over Piz Badile. French Claim finished third.
The Sharjah Women's Sports Club players took part in a friendly competition held at Al Dhaid Club from June 23-25 in which six shooters, including Salha Al Ali, Yasmine Tehlak, Shawk Al Ali, Shamsa Al Dhaheri, Jawaher Al Mazmi, and Afra Omar, participated.
The General Authority of Sports organized “Practice Sports and Enjoy Life” initiative at Sheikh Zayed Mosque, Fujairah, to foster the culture of exercises and sports among people, including youngsters.
In its second edition, the race attracted various age groups, starting from age eight, in addition to the Emirati categories and the open categories, both for men and women, where the number of participants reached 300 runners.
The sixth season, sponsored by the Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (Dewa), is in fact witnessing the return of the Summer Activities to be held under precautionary measures after the programmes were cancelled the last two years due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The MoU also seeks to consolidate a culture of participation in community initiatives to develop the services provided to them.
The stage is set as the inaugural edition of the DP World Padel Championship 2022 will kick off on Monday at the iconic Dubai Duty Free Tennis Stadium.
In its fourth year, the exhibition cup highlighted the strength of women in the sport of kings in support of Al Jalila Foundation and Brest Friends during breast cancer awareness month.
The Sharjah Women's Sports Club’s fencing team clinched two gold and one bronze medal in the UAE Fencing Federation Championship held for U-17 and U-20 categories at the Asma Bint Al Numan Hall in Dubai.