In March, Dubai will host 30 events of various competitive and community sports, including seven international sports events.
The international events will be held in various locations across the emirate during the first week of the month in partnership with the Dubai Sports Council.
Topping out these international sporting events is the 4th Government Games, held in Dubai from March 2-5, featuring 164 teams, including 27 from the Urban Challenge category, including from Teams from all continents of the world. world.
The 31st edition of the Dubai Duty Free Men’s Tennis Championships continues with eight of the world’s top 20 tennis players, four of whom are Grand Salam champions, and is due to conclude on March 4.
The 14th edition of the Dubai Polo Gold Cup will be held at the Al-Habtoor Polo and Equestrian Club and Resort in Dubai on March 4th, with eight disabled teams participating. The tournament is ranked as the second largest polo championship in the world.
The 14th Fazza International Para Athletics Championships (Dubai Grand Prix 2023), under the patronage of DSC Chairman His Highness Sheikh Mansour bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, will take place on 3 Closing Thursday, March 2nd. Held at the Men of Determination Club in Dubai, the event featured 700 men and women from 66 countries; including world champions and Paralympic champions who won gold at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games.
The Asian Teq Ball Championship is scheduled to be held at the base of the Burj Khalifa in the heart of Burj Khalifa Park from March 2-5.
Hatta will host biking and running championships on March 5. To this end, the Hatta Cycling Challenge will start from the Hab Valley at 06:00 am and the Hatta Hills Run will start from the front of the Hatta Fort Hotel at 07:00 am. More than 1,000 men and women of different ages and nationalities will participate in the competition.
The International Gymnastics Championships was held at Jumeirah Secondary School, involving 300 female athletes from all over the world. Hamdan Sports Complex hosts the Middle East International Swimming Championships, with 600 male and female swimmers from all over the world representing more than 30 teams, national teams and private clubs.
The Lebanese Women’s Basketball League continues at the University of Brighton in Basha with eight women’s teams and will conclude on March 5. The Dubai Fishing Championships are being held at the Dubai International Marine Club and will run until March 5th.
A community family fun competition for those of determination will be held at the Noor Dubai People of Determination Center on Barsha 1st on Saturday 4th March. The 10th edition of the Dubai Taekwondo Championships (ITF) was held at the Manipal Institute of Higher Education in Dubai Academic City. The dragon boat race will be held at Martha Place in Dubai Festival City and the community golf qualifying round will be held at Dubai Hills Golf Club. It will also host the Farma Football Cup and the Dubai University Rugby Championship. The Modern Regatta will be held at the Dubai Maritime Sailing Club.
The Hamilton Swimming Championships will be held at the Hamdan Sports Center on March 5. The Kings and Queens Swimming Championships are scheduled to be held on Palm Jumeirah’s West Beach. Th Run for Reading takes place at Zaabeel Park. The Dubai Investment Complex Championship was held at the Al-Salam School in Al-Tawar. The padel community competition is organized at Central Padel Dubai. The Modern Women’s Regatta will be held at the Dubai Maritime Sailing Club and the Labor Sports Championship will continue at the ENOC Complex in Al-Quoz. – trade arab news agency