The authentic Boston sports-themed restaurant, O’Learys, founded by Swedish restauranteur Jonas Reinholdsson, has officially opened for business in Dubai.
Saeed Obaid Al Teneiji, vice president – UAE Football Associati
UAE-based Time Hotels is making headway with its foray into restaurant management, with the imminent launch of a second O’Learys US sports-themed restaurant on September 20.
Occupying a prime location opposite Noor Bank metr
Leading international sports and fitness brands are set to dominate next month’s The Leisure Show Dubai 2016 in a clear reflection of soaring regional interest in healthy living.
More than a third of all exhibitors at the ke
A blustery storm, a touch of melancholy and a sense of pride converged at the closing ceremony of the 2016 Olympics on Sunday as Brazil breathed a collective sigh of relief at having pulled off South America's first Games.
Tryp by Wyndham Abu Dhabi, in association with Lifeline Gym, Abu Dhabi, hosted the ‘Champions Sports Event’ for the girls of the Al Ittihad National Private School Abu Dhabi, to promote the importance of a well-balanced, active lifes
UAE-headquartered Time Hotels Management is expanding its hospitality portfolio in the region with the opening of O’Learys US sports-themed restaurant on Dubai’s Sheikh Zayed Road, opposite Noor Bank metro station.
Dubai Sports City is set to open its newly completed Canal Promenade Retail to the public on April 1 during an Open Day aimed at showcasing the best of the Canal Residence West project.
The development will hos
A wide range of new retail outlets are set to open in the Dubai Sports City, as part of its growth and expansion.
The Canal Promenade Retail, located opposite Sports Village with its array of sporting academies
Dubai-based World Federation of Future Sports has unveiled a new innovation driven economic sector event, which will feature innovation and futuristic technology based sports competitions.
The World Future Spor
Abu Dhabi is getting ready for the start of the new World Triathlon Series season, which starts March 5.
The sold-out second edition will see around 2,200 competitors, including the world’s elite and amateurs, who will tackle the