NAS Sports Tournament kicks off this month

Obstacle courses, Jiu Jitsu, wheelchair basketball and more

Sports & Outdoor
Sports & Outdoor
Sports & Outdoor
Sports & Outdoor
Sports & Outdoor

Fancy yourself as a bit of a sporting hero? Well now’s your chance to show what you’re made of.

The NAS Sports Tournament is returning for its sixth year and the competition promises to be fiercer than ever.

New events include 3x3 basketball and Jiu Jitsu, adding to futsbal, volleyball, padel tennis, fencing, the NAS Night Challenge, the 5km and 10km run, the 75km cycle race and wheelchair basketball.

Registration for the events is now open (aside from futsal and volleyball which is already closed) and will continue until May 6, except for the padel tournament which will close on April 27 and the NAS Night Challenge, which will close on May 30.

The NAS 3x3 basketball championship will take place from Friday May 18 until Monday 21 at Dubai Festival City Mall, while the Jiu Jitsu championship will take place on June 1 at the Nad Al Sheba Sports Complex.

The wheelchair basketball tournament will take place from Friday May 18 to Sunday June 3 with all the matches, except the final, taking place at the Dubai Club for the People of Determination. The final will take place at the Nad Al Sheba Sports Complex on the penultimate day of NAS Sports Tournament 2018.

The NAS cycling championship will take place across two nights – Thursday May 24 and Friday 25 and the 5km NAS Night Challenge obstacle race taking place on Thursday May 31 for individuals and Friday June 1 for teams. The 5km and 10km Run is scheduled for Sunday May 20.

The fencing tournament will take place from Saturday May 19 until Tuesday 22 with all the early round bouts taking place at the Shabab Al Ahli Dubai Club before the event moves to Nad Al Sheba Sports Complex for the finals on Tuesday May 22.
To register go to Fri May 18 -Thu May 31. For more information go to

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