The 2020 Ooredoo Ride of Champions’ Corporate Challenge Provides a Friendly Match Between Qatar’s Fittest Firms
The Corporate Challenge at this year’s Ooredoo Ride of Champions provided the ultimate Employee Culture, Branding, and Health Team Building Event on Qatar’s calendar. (Doha, Qatar – 16th December 2020) In a ride that saw record participation, the 2020 Ooredoo Ride of Champions was, by all measures, a massive... Read more
Champions and Public Continue to Win with the 2020 Ooredoo Ride of Champions
Official Airline, Turkish Airlines is Giving Riders and Public Chance to Win Once More Time This Year In a ride that covered the distance of 37 flights between Doha and Istanbul, there were over 1,700+ winners, the Champions who participated in this year’s event.   (8th December 2020, Doha,... Read more
The Qatar Cyclists Center organised 2020 Ooredoo Ride of Champions Believed to Be The Most Accessible Mass Participation Event in Qatar’s History, Featuring Best Buddies, Accessible Qatar, and More!
Proving that The Ooredoo Ride of Champions Is in Reality a Ride For All!!! (Doha, Qatar – 19th November 2020) Reflecting on the success that was the 4th edition of the Qatar Cyclists Center organised, Ooredoo Ride of Champions, the 2020 edition made history, with the most inclusive Ride... Read more
Safety First to Enable Fun Was the Key Theme at the 2020 Ooredoo Ride of Champions, Enabling Thousands to Have Fun, Get Exercise and look after their Mental Health in 2020
A record number of champions from all communities and of all abilities participated in Qatar’s largest cycling celebration, at The Ooredoo Ride of Champions The 2020 Ooredoo Ride of Champions, organized annually by Qatar Cyclists Center, under the sponsorship of the Ministry of Culture and Sports, proved that it... Read more
The government is considering releasing some offenders from prisons in England and Wales to ease pressures caused by the coronavirus pandemic. Justice Secretary Robert Buckland said the virus poses an “acute” risk in prisons, many of which are overcrowded. Some 3,500 prison staff – about 10% of the workforce... Read more
Scientists are to track the spread of the coronavirus in the UK by using clues in its genetic code. Analysing samples collected from patients will also reveal whether the virus is mutating into new strains. There have been more than 5,600 laboratory-confirmed cases in the UK so far, but... Read more
TOKYO (REUTERS) – Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said on Monday (March 23) that postponing the Tokyo Olympic Games may become an option if holding the event in “complete form” became impossible. The International Olympic Committee (IOC) said on Sunday after an emergency meeting that it is stepping up... Read more
BEIJING (REUTERS) – Mainland China had 39 new confirmed cases on Sunday (March 22), the country’s National Health Commission said, down from 46 a day earlier. All of the new cases involved travellers arriving in China from abroad, the health authority said in a statement on Monday. That brings... Read more
7:33 PM ET Nate Saunders Close F1 Associate Editor • Previously worked in rugby union and British Superbikes • History graduate from Reading University • Joined ESPNF1 in February 2014 Laurence Edmondson Close F1 Editor • Joined ESPN in 2009 • An FIA accredited F1 journalist since 2011 While there was no actual racing... Read more
AFP/Reuters/Rome/Berlin/Madrid/Paris Italy’s world-topping toll from the coronavirus pandemic approached 5,500 yesterday after the Mediterranean country reported another 651 deaths. The novel coronavirus causes the Covid-19 disease. The latest daily toll was smaller than Saturday’s record 793 fatalities, but still the second-highest registered during Italy’s month-long crisis. The number of... Read more