Amazing new activities announced for Dubai Sports World 2019

Trapeze, acrobatics, wall and rock climbing, parkour and martial arts

Amazing new activities announced for Dubai Sports World 2019
ITP Consumer Publishing Ltd

To escape the summer melt-fest head indoors – that’s where the competition really heats up.

And, the return of Dubai Sports World is going to be as fierce and fun as ever.

The ninth edition is welcoming new adventures for thrill-seekers.

Fans of La Perle by Dragone now’s your chance to see what flying trapeze and acrobatics is actually like.

Then take on the Nina Warrior course, which is back by popular demand.

Saw Free Solo, the Oscar-winning documentary about a fella who climbs mountains with safety ropes? Now’s your chance to go wall and rock climbing (with ropes).

There’s also parkour, martial arts and combats as well as the vast varierty of usual sports including tennis, badminton, football and so on.

Dubai’s AC Milan Academy will also make its debut at DSW this year, alongside Ball Above All, Just Cricket and Centerline Academies representing basketball, cricket and volleyball.

The huge event takes place at Dubai World Trade Centre from Wednesday June 19 to Tuesday September 10.

The 25,000 sq m indoor air-conditioned venue includes three five-a-side football pitches, three for seven-a-side football and rugby, six basketball courts, three street basketball courts, 18 badminton courts, two tennis courts and a table tennis zone, three volleyball courts, two cricket pitches, cycling and fitness studios powered by Reebok and Les Mills, a padel court and a state-of-the-art gym.

Check online for the full list of summer camps, pricing, classes and how to book.

See you at the next La Perle auditions.
Times TBC. Jun 19-Sep 10. Dubai World Trade Centre, Sheikh Zayed Road, www.dubaisportsworld.ae.

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