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Qatar's National Handball Team

Day 2 in Rio - Qatar's Li Ping vs. Ádám Pattantyús of Hungary in Table Tennis - And more!

Qatar's Olympic journey rolls into its second day. Find out in which sports Qatar participates in today!

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Follow and Support Team Qatar as they start their Rio 2016 Olympic Journey!

The Qatar Olympic Committee launches a social media campaign for the public to follow and show their support for Team Qatar. Read on for more information.

Sheikh Fahad Bin Khalid Al Thani: Qatar's First Pro-Boxer

Ladies and gentlemen, in this corner of the ring, presenting Qatar’s first ever pro boxer, Sheikh Fahad Bin Khalid Al Thani!

FIFA lauds Qatar’s Workers Cup event

The Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) has praised Qatar’s efforts in organising the Workers Cup in Doha.

Euro 2016 final: Portugal crowned champions

For football buffs in Qatar who stayed up late to catch the UEFA Euro 2016 final last night, it was worth the effort as Portugal and France played out a gripping match that was eventually won by Cristiano Ronaldo’s boys.

Nasser Al-Attiyah aims for highest spot on Rio podium

Qatar’s sporting legend Nasser Al Attiyah will join an elite group of Olympians from around the world when he competes in his sixth consecutive Olympic Games in Rio in just over a month.


5 Alternatives to boring sports to try during Ramadan

Aren’t you bored of the sports that are overdone or just not entertaining? There are plenty of activities to keep you fit and energized, but some might not even be very effective, and if they are, they are mentally draining, as they don’t give you the variety you are craving.

From Qatar to Brazil: Qatar Beach Volleyball team celebrates

For the first time, athletes from Qatar will compete in the volleyball category during the Olympics this summer.

Legend Retires from International football after Copa America loss

'I've done all I can, it hurts not to be a champion,' is what Lionel Messi had to say after Argentina lost to Chile in the final game of Copa America. The 5 time Ballon d'Or winner, retired from Argentina National Football team after serving for 11 years.

Qatari conquers world’s top seven summits

Sheikh Mohammed Abdulla Al Thani, aka Moe Al Thani has successfully climbed the world’s top seven summits, becoming the first Qatari to achieve this incredible feat. He is one of only 350 people in the world to climb the seven highest mountains peaks on seven continents.


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