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UAE leads Gulf Youth Games 2024 with 286 medals

The UAE extended its lead of the first Gulf Youth Games 2024, tallying 286 medals, including 93 gold, 100 silver, and 93 bronze. Held across Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Sharjah, Ajman, and Fujairah, under the theme “Our Gulf is One... Our Youth is Promising”, the event saw delegations from GCC countries compete and depart on

UAE medal tally swell to 144 at Gulf Youth Games UAE 2024

Emirati athletes continue to demonstrate their dominance in the inaugural Gulf Youth Games, hosted by the UAE until 2nd May, under the theme “Our Gulf is One... Our Youth is Promising”. Their remarkable performances have propelled them to a total of 144 medals, showcasing the prowess of rising stars of the host nation

UAE soar to top spot at Gulf Youth Games after rich haul of 37 medals

The UAE solidified their position at the top of the medal table after two days of competition in the inaugural Gulf Youth Games. With Emirati athletes delivering dazzling performances, the host nation boasts an impressive haul of 37 medals, including nine gold, 21 silver, and seven bronze. Kuwait followed closely behind in second place,

Sustainability, Unity and Youth take centre stage at opening ceremony of Gulf Youth Games

Dubai Opera is gearing up to host the opening ceremony of the first Gulf Youth Games, which will be held in the UAE from April 16 to May 2. The event will feature 3,500 male and female athletes competing in 25 individual and team sports. The opening ceremony will be held on April 16 and will be attended by 1,500 people. The ceremony will