World Skate Tour Park and Street competitions will be held at Dubai Harbour.
Gulf Today, Sports Reporter
The UAE-based master developer Arada, in collaboration with World Skate, announced today that the best skateboarders in the world will be heading back to the UAE at the beginning of 2024.
The hugely anticipated World Skate Tour Park and Street competitions will take place at Dubai Harbour from February 25 until 10 March.
The Park event will start on February 25 and finish on March 3. The Street event will start on March 3 and finish on March 10.
This marks a significant milestone in the world of skateboarding as Dubai, one of the world's greatest sport cities, plays host to jaw-dropping tricks, top stars and memories that will last a lifetime. The competitions will also be the last chance for athletes to qualify for the 2024 Paris Olympic Games.
Both competitions, featuring the best of male and female talent from across the globe, will be held at Dubai Harbour, an extraordinary seafront district, set against an iconic vista and designed for a maritime lifestyle.
The announcement follows the success of last year’s Park World Championships and Street World Championships in the UAE. Across two weekends of incredible competition, the best men and women skateboarders on the planet not only became world champions but also earned vital qualification points for the Paris 2024 Summer Olympics.
More information about these two incredibly exciting competitions will be released soon.
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