5,000 male and female students compete in the “Dubai Schools Games”

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The competitions for the third edition of the “Dubai Schools Games” continue, the largest sports tournament of its kind in Dubai, which includes 22 different sports competitions, in which more than 5,000 male and female students from 220 schools are participating. It is organized by the “ESM” company, in collaboration with the Dubai Sports Council and sponsored by Liv Bank. The digital (liv) of Emirates National Bank of Dubai, and its competitions will continue until June 24.

Next Monday, the football championship competitions will start and last until the 26th of this month, while the cricket championship competitions will be held on January 31 and February 1, and the athletics competitions on February 20 and 21. Rugby Championship competitions will also be held from February 27 to March 2, and the Net Championship competitions will be held.Paul for the 13 and 15-year-olds from March 6 to 9, the bicycle race starts on March 11, and the tennis tournament will be held from March. 14 to 16.

The chess tournament was held at the Dubai Chess and Culture Club, with the participation of 21 schools in 6 categories: under 9, 11, 13, 15, 17 and 19 years old. The same school won first place in the under-11 years . category, Gina from Indian School won the first place in the under-13 category, and in the under-15 category, Vijayvirgia from Al-Safir School won the first place, and Kathuria from GEMS Modern Academy won the first place in the under-17 and under-19 category years.


While the results of the bow and arrow competitions held at the Dubai Club for People of Determination, in which the participants participated in 3 categories: under 12, 15 and 18 years old, Amina Kamel from Kings Dubai School took the first place in the girls under 12 category after scoring 444 points. In the under-12 category for boys, Vidas Kirit Somasi of Millennium School won first place with 557 points. In the under 15 category for girls, Latifa Fikri of Al Mawakeb School, Al Barsha won first place with 497 points. In the under-15 category for boys, Ali Hussain of Delhi Private School won. In first place with a score of 467 points, and in the under-18 category, Mariam Al-Sayegh won. from Al-Mawakeb School Al-Barsha with a score of 543 points.

48 teams participated in the Netball Tournament, which included 480 pupils from 14 schools, who participated in the categories under 8, 9, 10 and 11 years old. The rhythmic gymnastics championship was also held in Dubai National School with the participation of 60 pupils from 31 schools in the categories under 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13 and 14 years old. In ball, hoop, ribbon, freehand and other competitions.

The course program includes competition in 22 sports tournaments: football, volleyball, basketball, rhythmic gymnastics, golf, sports competitions for people of determination, tennis, swimming, bicycles, badminton, indoor cricket, cricket in open stadiums, and padel. Gymnastics, chess, remote chess, electronic games, archery, athletics, netball, rugby, teachers’ championship.


The course offers the opportunity for the largest number of school students to participate in the sports tournament, since participation in it is free for all schools and for different ages, nationalities, groups and physical levels, from the age of under 9 years to the age of under 19 year, and the course is an opportunity for private school students to highlight their talents and sporting abilities. Where the program for the selection of talents from all sports is applied, and representatives of Dubai clubs are present in competitions to select and register talented people and follow up the development of their performance and levels. The organizing committee is working to create a create sports file for each player or player registered in the course so that he can benefit from it during his transfer to university level and joining sports. clubs to play at the high level.

The organization of the tournament comes within the framework of the efforts of the Dubai Sports Council to develop sports in the school sector, and a confirmation of the decisive role that schools play in the development of the sports movement in the country as the basis of the correct sports. pyramid, from which promising talents emerge that provide clubs and teams and lead them to the podiums in various international forums. School sports tournaments represent the first foundational stages in the process of selecting and developing sports talents before they join clubs. The Council also intends, through organizing the tournament, to raise awareness in schools of the importance of practicing sport and physical activity as a way to promote physical and mental health and well-being for all.


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