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    Boost Bahrain 2019 Race Season Launches

    Boost Bahrain announced the launch of their new race season at a press conference which took place at The Ritz-Carlton . The conference was led by a distinguished panel which included, Abdulla Al Shamlan, Co-Founder of Boost Bahrain, Abdulla AlObaidat, Acting CEO and Partner of Obai & Hill, Jeremy Canivet, Director of Sales & Marketing The Ritz Carlton, Bahrain and Fatima Fathalla, Director, Corporate Communications, GFH Financial Group.

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    The new race season showcases 12 races in the upcoming 8 months and a number of exciting projects that are set to take place which includes the Swim Series in partnership with The Ritz-Carlton.

    Abdulla Al Shamlan, Co-Founder of Boost Bahrain quoted “We are thrilled to launch the 3rd edition of the Boost Bahrain’s Open water series at the spectacular venue of the Ritz Carlton. We are looking forward to making the season a success and working together to further develop the sports ecosystem in the Kingdom.”

    “We are delighted to partner again with Boost Bahrain to host their series at our Royal Beach Club facilities, which just saw enhancements of a new Fitness Studio and Mixed-Gym. Fitness and wellbeing are indeed at the very core of our brand and hotel experiences and we look forward to welcoming back participants to this great event celebrating, just that, here in the Kingdom of Bahrain,” says Jeremy Canivet, Director of Sales & Marketing The Ritz-Carlton, Bahrain.

    “It gives GFH great pleasure to partner with Bahrain’s first specialized sporting event organizers BOOST on the debut of our very first sporting event XLR8 10K to be held in October and hosted in the beautiful desert oasis, Al Areen’s Lost Paradise of Dilmun.” said Fatima Fathalla, Director, Corporate Communications, GFH Financial Group.

    The Ministry of Youth and Sports as always has extended their support to the initiatives organized by Boost Bahrain that are in alignment with the vision for the Kingdom of Bahrain in encouraging the youth to participate in more sporting events.

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