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Sky Dubai sponsors 33 athletes from 8 countries

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Sky Dubai, the entertainment venue, has revealed the identities and names of the athletes in support for the year 2021-2022.

In determining the best skaters and skiers in the region, the diversified team includes 33 top male and female athletes from 8 nations, including Emirates and foreigners aged 10 to 20.

As part of its commitment to nurturing and nurturing young talent, Sky Dubai offers a number of benefits, including unlimited access to the slopes for skiers, skiers and skiers and 90 hours of training with experienced trainers. athlets..

Athletes were identified and named based on a rigorous selection process, taking into account many factors, including local and international results in three different disciplines of skiing and snowboarding: alpine skiing, freestyle skiing and skiing, with a written request, a chart. Guide in addition to tips from Sky Dubai Instructors.

The free skating team includes Obaid Al Marri, Ali Al Qubaisi, Abdullah Al Muhairi, Sultan bin Ali, Abdullah Al Rashid (UAE) and Abdullah Al Marri (Bahrain), the free skating development team Sultan Al Gandhi, Haris Al Hurais and Manal Al. Janahi (UAE) and Skaters and Board Riding Team Freestyle Skating Humaid Al Ansari, Amna Al Muhairi, Zander Kotzi, Saeed Al Marri (UAE), Ahmed Dalal, Sam Baltak and Woody Holborn (United Kingdom and) Ski Development Team Ayesha Bin Thani (UAE).

The alpine ski team includes Astemir, Omar Astemir (Turkey), Friedrich Lind (Denmark), Michael Kojian (South Australia), Darius Davis, Finn Sheriff, James White, Nefmaster, Beatrice Austridge, Alex Austridge, Ethan Kira Qatar (Lebanon), Johnward George (France), Luke Eliotan, Sofia Malcolm and Bobby Rose Collins (UK) are on the Alpine Sky Development Team.

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Winter sports promotion

Over the past decade, Sky Dubai has contributed to the promotion of winter sports culture in the Middle East and North Africa, providing more than 80,000 people annually with the opportunity to learn about skiing and snow sports. In 2017, Sky established the Dubai-sponsored Athletes Program, strengthening its commitment to nurturing young talent and providing a platform for athletes to learn, improve and enhance their skills.

Earlier this year, the UAE was recognized as a co-member of the International Sky Federation (FIS) after a five-year campaign led by Sky Dubai in association with the Emirates Winter Sports Federation, which will pave the way for athletes. Participating in ice sports, competing internationally for the first time and allowing the United Arab Emirates to host international snow sports competitions recognized by the International Ski Association.


Majid Al Futtaim Mohammed Al Adari, Vice President, Global Snow Programs, Leisure & Cinema, Leisure, said: “Sky Dubai is committed to developing, supporting and supporting emerging talents, and has developed a sponsored athletics program designed to identify highly qualified skaters. And provide them with the support they need to reach their full potential.

We congratulate this year’s team for representing the next batch of athletes participating in the Winter Games and improving the UAE’s position in the international ice sports scene.

The criteria for this year’s selection process were exceptionally high, which is a sign of the promising young talent we have in Sky Dubai. It is a very proud moment to see this new generation of athletes develop their strengths and skills over the years and be a part of this journey.

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