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Emirates News Agency – ADNOC Abu Dhabi Marathon 2022 reveals new race series edition in build-up to main December event



ABU DHABI, 9th August, 2022 (WAM) — Abu Dhabi Sports Council and Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) have announced an all-new Race Series Edition to provide opportunities for the public to train across shorter distances ahead of the fourth edition of the ADNOC Abu Dhabi Marathon, set to take place on 17th December, 2022.

The Race Series Edition is open to people of all ages and will feature three organised runs. The first is scheduled to take place indoors on 3rd September, 2022, and it will offer participants the opportunity to run five kilometres (km) inside Yas Mall Abu Dhabi, or shorter 1km and 3km races. The second event will take place on 8th October, 2022, at Hazza bin Zayed Stadium, in Al Ain, and offer an outdoor 10km race as well as 3km and 5km options.

The third run of the series is on 5th November, 2022, just over a month before the ADNOC Abu Dhabi Marathon. It will allow participants to race a 21.1km half-marathon on a new course on Yas Island, as well as 3km, 5km and 10km distances.

Aref Al Awani, General Secretary of the Abu Dhabi Sports Council, said, “The new series of community races represent a distinctive addition to the fourth ADNOC Abu Dhabi Marathon programme and the agenda of our sporting activities in general.

“It further reveals our enduring commitment to encourage the practice of sports among members of society of all age groups and ensure that it promotes our healthy and active lifestyle programme to further improve the Quality of Life Index in Abu Dhabi.”

Dr. Saif Sultan Al Nasseri, Director, Human Capital Directorate at ADNOC, said, “The Race Series Edition provides a great opportunity for members of the public to train and practice their race strategies ahead of the ADNOC Abu Dhabi Marathon and we encourage everyone to take advantage. ADNOC is pleased to support this initiative, and we will continue enabling the well-being of our community through our integrated health and sporting initiatives.”

In keeping with the slogan “For the Community, By the Community”, the Race Series demonstrates how the ADNOC Abu Dhabi Marathon 2022 is driving community engagement and promoting a healthy lifestyle for all UAE residents.

Registration for the Race Series Edition will open in August https://supersportsuae.com where runners will have the option to select their preferred event and distance or sign up for the whole series.

Organisers have created a special bundle for those eager to participate in the whole Race Series. Individual sign-up for each event is AED55, while entry for the half-marathon, on Yas Island on 5th November, is AED175. Runners who sign up for all three events will receive a 20 per cent discount, with the entry fees starting from AED115.

Additionally, those who have already registered for the ADNOC Abu Dhabi Marathon 2022 will benefit from a 30 per cent discount code for the Race Series Edition.

Registration for the ADNOC Abu Dhabi Marathon 2022 and its accompanying races across 10km, 5km, and 2.5km distances are open via the official website https://www.adnocabudhabimarathon.com. Those who sign up before 30th September, 2022, will receive a 10 per cent discount.

Last year’s ADNOC Abu Dhabi Marathon attracted more than 12,000 participants of various ages and abilities, in addition to a sizeable group of elite international athletes. The 42.2km race was held alongside additional 10km, 5km, and 2.5 km competitions to maximise participation from across Abu Dhabi, the wider UAE, and overseas visitors.

 



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