The UAE Jiu-Jitsu Federation (UAEJJF) unveiled the calendar for 2017/18 season which has already got under way and culminates with the 10th Abu Dhabi World Professional Championship in April. While the national team fighters will have a busy international schedule, the Emirati female fighters will have a new competition to look forward to - the Mother of The Nation Cup, which will be staged over three rounds.
Faisal Al Ketbi shared top spot in jiu-jitsu with Hungarian Kristof Szucs at the World Games in Wroclaw, Poland. They won a gold and a silver each, after meeting each other in two finals, in the 94-kilogramme weight and the absolute division. Al Ketbi got the better of Szucs by points 2-0 in the 94kg final on Friday before the Hungarian paid back in kind in the open weight by the same score on Saturday.
Godolphin are confident the underfoot conditions and a return to 2,400 metres would suit Jack Hobbs when he takes on nine others in the King George VI and Queen Elizabeth II Stakes at Ascot on Saturday. The Dubai Sheema Classic winner on the Dubai World Cup night in March is out to restore his status as a top-class middle-distance runner after being tailed off in the eight-runner Group 1 Prince of Wales’s Stakes at Royal Ascot on June 21 in his last start.
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Selecting a term
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