Doha Institute holds Sport Day activities

      Published on Wednesday, 12 February , 2020      0 Views     
Doha Institute holds Sport Day activities

The Doha Institute for Graduate Studies hosted an exciting celebration of National Sport Day on Sunday, featuring a variety of athletic and dynamic activities.

The activities emphasised the importance of sport and a healthy lifestyle.

The event featured different fun-filled activities, including the annual Doha Institute marathon, tug of war, cycling, squash and a football match between the Doha Institute and the College of North Atlantic, in addition to an introductory meeting about the boxing presented by Qatar’s first professional boxer, Sheikh Fahd bin Khalid Al Thani, and other energetic sports activities.

The celebration witnessed the participation of a large number of Doha Institute employees, including faculty members and administrators in addition to students, who engaged in multiple sports activities.

On the occasion, the event’s coordinator, Khadija Buhlaiqa, said, “The National Sport Day is an event in which we highlight many sports and health activities. The organisation of such an event at the Doha Institute for

Graduate Studies has become an annual tradition in line with Qatar National Vision 2030 on creating an interactive, active and healthy lifestyle.”

Category Sport | 2020/02/12 latest update at 8:22 AM
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