Wednesday, April 25, 2018

Sport

Royal Hunting Rare Bird Attacked

A group of Pakistani villagers brandishing guns and knives attacked the convoy of a Qatar royal family member on an expedition to hunt the...

Shaikh Ahmed quits FIFA council to fight bribery charge

World sports powerbroker Shaikh Ahmed Al-Fahad Al-Sabah announced his resignation yesterday from the FIFA council, saying he did not want any distractions while fighting...

Adrenaline Dates

Try something new and exciting for a change Indoor Skydiving at GravityThis is Bahrain’s first indoor skydiving experience and has already gathered a lot of...

More Deaths in Doha

Why are so many people dying in the World Cup 2022 construction site? A British man died while working on a stadium which will be used...

Bahraini women conquer Mount Kilimanjaro

Dodoma (Tanzania): For 11 young Bahraini women, the new year had to start with taking themselves beyond normal boundaries and achieving an outstanding act of...

How to get strong in Bahrain

We asked several fitness experts what their idea of being a “strong” man or woman is. Nawaf A. Aziz Bin Shams, Founder of Fit&...

Professional skateboarders take over a deserted Dubai waterpark

A group of skateboarders took advantage of an empty water-park that had been drained of gallons of water by skateboarding along the empty slides. Milton Martinez, Alex...

Bauza to lead Saudi Arabia at World Cup

Argentinian head coach Edgardo Bauza has replaced Bert van Marwijk as head coach of Saudi Arabia just nine days after the country sealed qualification...

All set for Fed Cup

Manama : Organisational preparations of Fed Cup by BNP Paribas have been concluded with Bahrain all set to become the first country to host this prestigious...

World Cup 2022: Major new claims of corruption in Qatar bid

Qatar was awarded the 2022 World Cup in 2010, with Russia given the 2018 tournamentClaims of alleged corruption in Qatar's successful 2022 World Cup...

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