DUBAI, 20th January, 2023 (WAM) — The various competitions of the 4th Labour Sports Tournament continue at several locations in Dubai with the remarkable participation of 20,000 labourers from different companies working in Dubai. It is scheduled to conclude on 31st March 2023.
The Tournament, the biggest of its kind, is organised by Dubai Sports Council (DSC) in collaboration with the Permanent Committee of Labour Affairs in Dubai, Dubai Police and Dubai Municipality under the title “Their Happiness is Our Goal”.
Participants in the Tournament compete in 10 sports competitions; football, basketball, volleyball, badminton, arm wrestling, yoga, tug of war, cricket, road race & swimming.
The arm wrestling competition will be launched on 22nd Janaury at Dulsco Pitches in Al-Quoz Area with the participation of 100 players.
The Tug of War competition was successfully organised from 8th to 15th January at Al-Quoz Park with 430 players representing 43 teams from 30 companies. Desert Group Team won the competition’s 1st place, followed by Emrill in 2nd place and then Al-Nabooda in 3rd place.
The yoga competition will take place on 5th February at the DP World in Jebel Ali, and the kabaddi competition will be held on 12th February at Al-Garhoud Area.
The basketball competition is scheduled from 19th to 26th February at Dulsco pitches in Al-Quoz. The cricket 2 competition will be held from 9th to 23rd March at the Cricket Stadium in Jebel Ali. In addition, the swimming competition will be organised on 15th March at Dubai Municipality Club in Al-Jaddaf.
The competitions of the Labor Sports Tournament are organised every Sunday at six locations: Jebel Ali, Al-Quoz, Al-Jaddaf, DP World, DUTCO and Dulsco.
DSC organises the Labour Sports Tournament to give labourers a unique opportunity to exercise their favourite sports, spend entertaining time, break their work routine, boost social ties with counterparts in other entities & improve their level of physical fitness.