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Qatar NOC opens winter camp


30 Dec 2017
Doha, Qatar, December 30, 2017: The Qatar Olympic Committee has opened its Team Qatar Winter Camp, in partnership with Seashore Group and Kahramaa, at Sealine beach in the south of Qatar. The huge beach-front sports zone - featuring competitive events, family fun and other activities - will be open every Friday from 1pm-8pm until March 30, 2018.

QOC Secretary General Jassim al Buenain said: “We are so excited to open our Team Qatar Winter Camp for another season for all the public to enjoy.  “Located at the heart of Sealine beach, it provides the perfect setting for families and friends to experience a huge range of sporting activities and entertainment. 

“The Qatar Olympic Committee aims to inspire our nation to participate in sport at any level, whether that be playing a beach volleyball game on a Friday with your family or becoming the next Mutaz Barshim,” he added, referring to Qatar’s high jump world champion.

“The first step towards this is simply having fun and enjoying sport and this is exactly the environment that we hope our Winter Camp provides." Sponsored by Seashore Group and Kahramaa, and in partnership with the Ministry of Municipality and Environment, the Winter Camp contains a multitude of activities including beach volleyball, football and basketball areas, a laser field, a kids' zone with inflatable slides, swings and games, pony rides and an arcade dome with table tennis, billiards, video games and more.

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www.olympic.qa
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