DOHA, Hosts Qatar’s basketball team will lock horns against Saudi Arabia in the round four match of Group E of the FIBA Asia Cup 2021 Qualifiers at the Al Gharafa Sports Club Arena on Monday. The Qatar side will play Monday’s match having four points in their tally, equally with the opponents Saudi Arabi and Syria, while Iran leads the group E with 6 points. Group E will also see a clash between…"Qatar to play Saudi Arabia in FIBA Asia Cup Qualifiers"
The maroon and gold silks of Qatar Racing Ltd were back in the winners’ enclosure at Kempton when the two-year-old filly MUSED opened her scorecard in the British Stallion Studs EBF Median Auction Maiden Fillies’ Stakes on Monday, 30 November. Running on the all-weather surface over 1400m, MUSED went quickly up to the lead and controlled the race from pillar to post. Under retained rider Cieren Fallon, she pulled clear inside the final furlong to…"Qatar Racing celebrates a new 2YO winner with MUSED"
DOHA, The Qatar Handball Association yesterday announced the squad of Qatar men’s national handball team in preparation for the 2021 IHF World Championship in Egypt. Team Qatar will begin their training sessions on Saturday at Duhail Arena under the leadership of their coach Valero Rivera. As per the draw held recently, Qatar will play in group C alongside Croatia, Japan and Angola. Qatar qualified for the World Handball Championships by virtue of winning the men’s…"Team Qatar lineup for 2021 IHF Men’s Handball World Championship"
H.H Sheikh Mohammed Bin Khalifa Al Thani’s homebred WEETAMOO (IRE) (Le Havre x Wild Silva) made a winning debut in Prix de Pomerol, a race for unraced juvenile fillies over 1900 metres at Bordeaux on Saturday, 7 November. The Philippe Sogorb-trained runner enjoyed a good trip, having sat on the heels of the leaders, and showed commendable courage by reeling in MIDNIGHT SPECIAL (Muhtathir) at the wire to win by a short head with Anthony…"H.H Sheikh Mohammed Bin Khalifa Al Thani’s WEETAMOO strikes at first time of asking"
Doha, HE Qatar Olympic Committee (QOC) President Sheikh Joaan bin Hamad Al-Thani crowned Egypt’s World No.1 Ali Farag, champion of Qatar Classic 2020, after his 3-1 victory over New Zealand’s World No.5 Paul Coll in the final match. The Egyptian player defeated New Zealander 11/8, 6/11, 11/9, and 11/9 in the 61-minute game at Khalifa International Tennis and Squash Complex. HE President of the Qatar Tennis Squash and Badminton Federation Nasser bin Ghanim…"Sheikh Joaan crowns Egypt’s Ali Farag Champion of Qatar Classic 2020"
H.H Sheikh Mohammed Bin Khalifa Al Thani’s homebred BIG FIVE (GB) (Frankel x Louvain) maintained his unbeaten record by proving a clear winner of the Prix Gay Mécèn, a class 1 race run over 2,400 metres for three-year-olds at Saint-Cloud on Saturday, 7 November. Trained by Francis-Henri Graffard and ridden on this occasion by Olivier Peslier, BIG FIVE won very cosily after leaving BARATIN (FR) (Tin Horse) three lengths in his wake. BIG FIVE’s previous…"H.H Sheikh Mohammed bin Khalifa Al Thani’s BIG FIVE retains his unbeaten record"