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The Custodian of the Two  Holy Mosques Endurance Cup 2024 in Al Ula with 51 countries 

By : Dema almutairi In a unique and high-level sports event, the desert of Al-Ula hosted the “Alfursan’ Cup 2024,” with the participation of 51 countries in an exciting endurance race covering 120 kilometres. The presence of the President of the Saudi Equestrian Federation, Prince Abdullah Bin Fahd Al Saud, and several distinguished sports figures […]

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Saudi Stable’s Triumphs Abroad: Fahd Al-Sayari’s Journey of Success in International Horse Racing

Introduction The Saudi Arabian stable has made remarkable strides beyond the borders of the Kingdom, gaining extensive experience in foreign horse racing events. The team’s resolute pursuit of excellence has resulted in numerous triumphs, including victories in prestigious international races such as the King Mohammed V Cup and notable achievements in renowned French competitions. Mr. […]

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The Brooklyn Nets Have So Much Talent but So Little Charm

I watched the Nets play in Brooklyn last week, and a Boston Celtics home game broke out. “M-V-P, M-V-P, M-V-P!” rang the chants, aimed not at one of the Nets but at Jayson Tatum, Boston’s feather-touch, do-it-all forward, as he toed the free-throw line in the fourth quarter of what became a runaway victory for […]

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Novak Djokovic Returns to the Australian Open, No Longer a Villain

MELBOURNE, Australia — It was the day before the Australian Open, and the Park Hotel in Melbourne’s Carlton neighborhood was closed with only the occasional pedestrian passing in front of the dusty, deserted entrance on a sedate Sunday. Quite a different scene than last year, when Novak Djokovic, the world’s No. 1 tennis player, was […]

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Nick Kyrgios Is Coming for Tennis

MELBOURNE, Australia — Nick Kyrgios is finally home. He is in Australia, with his people and in the place he longs for during all those homesick months living out of a suitcase on the professional tennis road. For months, he soaked up the sun and trained in Sydney. But he also squeezed in a bit […]

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Here’s What Happened in Saturday’s N.F.L. Wild-Card Games

This was not the kind of history Trevor Lawrence wanted to make in his first playoff appearance: The Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback became the first player in the Super Bowl era to throw three interceptions in the first quarter of a playoff game. It got worse. Lawrence threw a fourth interception in the second quarter, and […]

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How NFL Receivers Run Their Routes, Step by Step

EAGAN, Minn. — The N.F.L. is a passing league, so quarterbacks’ names — rightfully — receive top billing. But marquee throwers also need teammates to catch their passes, and in many instances receivers aren’t getting due credit for their role in making big plays successful. Tua Tagovailoa, Kirk Cousins and Jalen Hurts led their teams […]

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War and Motherhood Sidelined Ukraine’s Elina Svitolina. She’s Ready to Return.

“I’m sure that they worked extremely hard to get back where they were and some of them are even better,” Svitolina said. “So that certainly gives me hope and motivation I can do the same.” Svitolina’s only contact with tennis during her break came in July, when she served as the chair umpire in an […]

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At Juventus, a Strange Season Takes Another Turn

Both of these things are true: At the start of the summer, Chelsea had a squad that consisted largely of players who had — only a year earlier — been crowned champions of Europe. Since then, the club has spent something in the region of $380 million on reinforcements. And yet, glancing through its squad, […]

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