Qatar hosts World Waterski & Wakeboard Finals

Jain, Ravi
February 2005
Middle East;Feb2005, Issue 353, p58
The article focuses on the Corniche in Doha, Qatar, the place which provided a breathtaking venue for the finals of the International Waterski Federation's World Cup Championship in December 2004. The Qatar Marine Sport Federation was one of the major sponsors of the championship and took charge of the detailed local organisation. Doha, the capital on the palm tree-lined east coast, is seen as a major international sports and cultural centre. It has successfully hosted the Athletics Grand Prix, Formula Power Boat Racing, Tennis Open, Golf Masters, Football World Cup, World Trade Organisation Conference and the Islamic Conference Summit.


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