Dubai: Sheikh Hamdan attends contests on second day of Government Games
08 March 2023, 12:00 AM
31 March 2023, 12:00 AM
Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai and Chairman of The Executive Council, attended competitions in the Battle of Communities and Battle of Government — Men's categories on the second day of the fourth edition of Gov Games being held in Dubai.
The Organising Committee of the tournament announced that four international teams that participated in the preliminary round have qualified for the finals of the Battle of Cities. The qualifying teams include Copenhagen from Denmark, Brisbane from Australia; Gdansk from Poland; and Kutna Hora from the Czech Republic.
Organised from March 2 to 5 in partnership with the official sponsor DP World and in cooperation with the Dubai Sports Council, the event continued to see incredible displays of resolve and skill from participants. The contesting teams displayed exceptional levels of coordination and teamwork, and outstanding persistence in tackling challenges that tested their ability to maintain their composure and focus, and think under pressure.
During the second day, the challenges presented at the Gov Games were a true test of human will, physical strength, and mental focus. With participating teams demonstrating inspiring commitment and dedication, the Gov Games 2023 continues to push the boundaries of sportsmanship.
Sheikh Hamdan said: "The Gov Games 2023 represents the values of teamwork, determination and excellence and our steadfast commitment to constantly raising our performance that have driven our mission to be one of the best governments in the world. Through the Gov Games, we seek to bring together teams from across the UAE and the world to share this spirit and celebrate these values, which have enabled us to surmount all challenges to achieve our strategy to deliver world-leading government services."