The Sealine Running Challenge will start in the Sealine area the day after tomorrow / Friday /, organized by the Qatar Sports for All Federation, with wide participation, from the various included groups, of children and youth, within the Qatar Trails series, and the distance of the race ranges between 2.5, 5 and 10 kilometers.
The Celine Challenge Race is part of four upcoming night races that the federation will organize, as part of the 2023 Agenda series of races, which amount to 30 races and marathons, that the federation will hold throughout the current year.
Mr. Abdullah Al-Dosari, Director of Events and Activities at the Qatar Sports for All Federation, explained that the starting point for the race will start in Sealine at 6:30 am, reviewing the most important epics of this year’s race.
And he said: "We have dedicated a competition for youngsters from two to seven years of age for a distance of 800 meters, to encourage them to participate in the races, pointing out that the desert trails challenge series serves an important segment of young people who practice running and marathons, as it provides all of these groups with a competitive atmosphere, and also allows young people and the elderly Children have the opportunity to benefit from the races, raise their level of physical fitness, and improve their competitiveness.
The Director of Events and Activities at the Qatar Sports for All Federation considered Celine’s challenge a distinct addition to the agenda of events and activities organized by the Qatar Sports for All Federation, through what it offers of a test of endurance, physical strength, and physical fitness, amid favorable conditions full of challenges and fun together, which opens The door for the contestants to go through a unique and exciting experience, which brings them great health and psychological benefits, in the Celine area, which enjoys natural beauty, gives the race a pleasant atmosphere, and creates a greater opportunity for competition".
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