Posted on February 11, 2016

Ooredoo’s all-day National Sport Day celebrations were held as a great success by visitors and the company alike, with thousands of attendees.

The event, which started at 8.30am at the Museum of Islamic Art Park (MIA) promised to have a strong focus on getting visitors to think about their fitness levels and strength this year, and included a host of classes, trainers and activities to help the whole community get into shape. Thousands flocked to the park to take part in the events such as Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, a walking group, gladiator joust, circuit training, football, kayaking and more.

Highlighting their ongoing commitment to providing support and healthy living information for Qatar’s people, Ooredoo and the Qatar Sports For All Federation, in cooperation with the Ministry of Culture and Sports, also launched a new app. Developed by Ooredoo in partnership with the Ministry of Culture and Sports, the ‘Sports For All’ app enables users to easily find the directions to their nearest sports arenas, so they can practice their favourite sports and stay fit 365 days a year.

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Talking about the event and launch, Fatima Sultan Al Kuwari, Director Community & Public Relations, Ooredoo, said: “Living a healthy year-round lifestyle is really important, which is why we’ve teamed with the Ministry of Culture and Sports to develop the helpful Sport For All App. This year’s National Sport Day event was our most fitness orientated yet, and we’re proud of everyone who turned up, worked out and showed how strong they are.”

To download the free Sports for All App, users can go to for iOS or for android. Ooredoo’s support for Qatar’s National Sport Day is part of their ongoing commitment to raise awareness of the importance of fitness and health to the people of Qatar.

Go to for more information. 

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