Al Hammadi and Sheikha Rashid shine in the Ramadan Wash cycling challenge

The Ramadan Wash Challenge for Bicycles, the community race for citizens, organized by the Abu Dhabi Sports Council in collaboration with “MyWash”, witnessed great success with the participation of 181 male and female participants (149 men – 32 women), in a characteristic Ramadan atmosphere , and strong competition between all participants.
The challenge started from Saadiyat Island at a distance of 67 km, specifically from Ahmed Bin Khaled Street near the picturesque Saadiyat Beach Walk, which passed through Jacques Chirac Street, the Louvre Abu Dhabi Museum and the cultural district, to Yas Island via Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Street , to the Al Reef area, and back again from Same Road to the starting line.
Abdullah Al Hammadi won first place and the 50,000 dirhams prize after covering the race with a time of 1: 31: 31: 10 hours. Mohammed Al-Mutaiwee won the 30,000 dirhams prize and Walid Al-Naqbi won the 20,000 dirhams prize.
In the singles (women), Sheikha Rashid won first place and the 50,000 dirhams prize after covering the same distance in the time of 2: 01: 24: 11 hours of dirhams.
In the team category (men), the Abu Dhabi Cycling Club team (A) came first, the Dubai Police team in second place and the Al Shafar Jumeirah team in third place. In the team category (women), the Al Shafar Jumeirah team came first and the Abu Dhabi Cycling Club team came in second.
The award ceremony was attended by Aref Hamad Al Awani, Secretary General of the Abu Dhabi Sports Council, Mansour Bouasaiba, President of the Emirates Cycling Federation, Ahmed Al Tunaiji, Representative of MyWash, Suhail Al Arifi, CEO of the Events Sector in Abu Dhabi Sports Council and Jonathan Emery, CEO of Aldar Development Company.

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