Sunday, March 24, 2019

Sport

Bahrain To Launch World’s Largest Underwater Theme Park

Bahrain announces the launch of the world’s largest underwater theme park, covering an area of over 100,000 square meters.The eco-friendly project will be undertaken...

Why Formula E & Saudi Arabia Are Becoming Fast Friends

HRH Prince Abdulaziz Bin Turki AlFaisal Al Saud, Vice-Chair of the Saudi Arabia General Sports Authority, speaks about the biggest festival of Formula E...

Bahrain: Proud Victory At The Arab Cross Country Championship

Bahrain National Athletics Team has won the first place in the teams’ category at the 23rd Arab Cross Country Championships that concluded recently in...

Two Brazilian Legends In Dubai For Globe Soccer Awards

Ronaldo and Ronaldinho, two of Brazil’s biggest stars of recent times, will be present at the 13th Dubai International Sports Conference next month.Brazilian legends...

Dubai Constructs The World’s Largest Sports Mall

Dubai-based firm Viva City said construction work has started on its ambitious Sports Society, which is poised to become the largest sports mall in...

Saudi: Heavy Rain Disrupts Practice For First Formula E-Prix

The qualifying format for the inaugural ABB FIA Formula E Ad Diriyadh E-Prix has been altered after wet weather cancelled the two secluded practice...

Dubai To Develop World’s Largest Commercial Sports Mall

Dubai-based investor Viva City is set to develop the world's largest commercial sports mall, Sports Society, at a strategic location in the emirate close...

Saudi Announces 30-Day Visit Visa To Attend Formula E-Prix

E-Prix enthusiasts will be the first to take advantage of the Kingdom’s new Sharek electronic visa system.All fans will be able to get 30-day...

Bahrain Tops Among Arab Countries In Freestyle Wrestling

The national team wrestler, Adam Batirov achieved the silver medal at Men’s 70kg freestyle competition on Tuesday at the World Wrestling Championship, held in Budapest,...

Oman: First Female Swimmer Makes History in Olympics

Oman's Lara Al Yafei has made history by becoming the first Omani female swimmer to represent her country at an Olympics event.The 16-year-old represented...
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