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Dubai Water Channel will witness the start of the second round of the Dubai 30-foot rowing race, which is being organized by the Dubai International Marine Club, in the 2018-2019 sports calendar.
The event is being held at the stunning waterfront in the heart of Dubai, in conjunction with the 30-day Dubai Challenge (30 minutes 30 days). Today, the event brings together 49 boats that completed the registration process last Thursday, with more than 500 young men They embody the past plate in the most beautiful destination.
The second round is an exceptional event with the participation of two boats from the Kingdom of Bahrain, the first sister (Victorious) to his owner Sheikh Nasser bin Hamad Al Khalifa, Chairman of the Supreme Council for Youth and Sports, Chairman of the Bahrain Olympic Committee and the second (KHK) to his owner Sheikh Khalid bin Hamad Al Khalifa, President of the Bahrain Athletics Federation. The tournament will turn into a major Gulf marine sports event with the participation of the Oman 40 boat in the first half of the first round.
The race, which took place two weeks ago, is the first round of the Dubai 30-foot rowing race, which was a great success, surpassing expectations, through the splendor of the venue and its suitability for such races, which left the satisfaction and acceptance of the participants (The captain of the boat's rudder) and Gerre (sailors).
The procedures for participating in the Grand Race will start early today through the completion of the technical inspection procedures on the boats participating in the morning and then the technical meeting to draw the lot and explain the instructions and regulations for the race at 11 am and start the procedures for starting at the race point at 2 pm in preparation for the start of the race At three o'clock.
The race will bring together a number of names that have languished in the Dubai 30-row rowing competition, including the Dubai Police General Command, which will carry the numbers 1 and 3, as well as the boats of Al Naimi 22, Ras Al Khaimah 28, Harbor Youth 34 and Shawaf 36, Mersal 21, Al-Qurtasi 25, Dubai 5, Dubai 51 and Anad 6
Also participating in the race are the boats of Wadi Ham 88, Wadi Ham 99, Ajman 7, Za'abi 8, Hanyam 9, Thuban 10, Wadi Al Seiji 11, Adenok 12, Shabab Bin Majid, Burraq, Al-Saif 37, Assas 39, Wadi Ham 40, Fahidi 43, Amman 44, Al-Zafour 49, Ras Al Khaimah 27, Jalfar 55, Mizahm 70, 65 and Ras Al Khaimah 50
The 30-day local paddle race takes place on Saturday in conjunction with the Dubai Challenge (30 minutes for 30 days) and in line with the Dubai Challenge Challenge launched by His Highness Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai, The reign of Dubai Chairman of the Dubai Sports Council, with the aim of making Dubai one of the most active and active cities for sport in the world
He added that the event will be witnessed by a large number of fans of marine sports and rowing enthusiasts. He welcomed the participation of the Kingdom of Bahrain for the first time through the two boats (Vectorius) to its owner Sheikh Nasser bin Hamad Al Khalifa, Chairman of the Supreme Council of Youth and Sports, Chairman of the Bahrain Olympic Committee, HH Sheikh Khalid Bin Hamad Al Khalifa, the First Deputy Chairman of the Supreme Council for Youth and Sports, Chairman of the Bahrain Athletics Federation. The tournament will turn into a major Gulf marine sports event with the participation of Oman Boat 40.
Al Qamzi confirmed that the race committee in the club has completed all the procedures for holding the race today and the success of the big demonstration in coordination with government departments and national institutions that provide their full support for the success of various events and events organized by the Dubai International Marine Club in the sports season 2018-2019.
The General Supervisor of the race praised the role of the Dubai Police General Command, the Coast Guard, the General Directorate of Civil Defense in Dubai, the Dubai Municipality, Dubai Maritime City Authority, Dubai Media Corporation (Dubai Sports Channel), Abu Dhabi Media Corporation Nakheel and SkyDive Dubai, which contribute to the success of all events
Dubai International Marine Club launched its 30-foot local rowing boat competition for the first time on March 7, 1997 under the guidance and support of His Highness Sheikh Hamdan bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Deputy Ruler of Dubai and Minister of Finance.
The competition of this category was a great success in the form of participation by the owners, captains and crews from the first season through the participation of 15 boats and embraced the first titles assigned to Fateh 2,
The first round of the Dubai 30-row rowing race, which took place on the 12th of this month, saw the crowning of the Oman 40 boat in the first place of the first half (white) while Dubai Police Boat 3 took first place in the second half (blue).