British Ambassador Simon Martin and his wife Sophie, who will be leaving Bahrain by the end of this month, are departing with fond memories of an island that has felt like home for the last three years.
Bahrain’s rambunctious Ravens Football Club definitely has something to crow about as they recently made it onto Nike’s radar for promoting the grassroots game in the kingdom as well as inspiring women to lace up and play.
Year on year elite sport has huge events and competitions. It has winners, losers and a whole bunch of clichés. The success of athletes in huge competitions is often coupled with its own, somewhat baseless, assumption that it will inspire a new generation of athletes.
American rap sensation and designer Tyler, the Creator, is jazzing up the game of tennis with retro-inspired colour-blocked tracksuits to offer sport fanatics a touch of nostalgia in a range of genderless apparel.
Cricket fans worldwide witnessed history in the making as New Zealand and England went head to head in a super-over International Cricket Council World Cup final that is going to be discussed and debated for generations to come.
British Formula One racer Lewis Hamilton clinched his 80th F1 victory and his sixth at the British Grand Prix, making him the most successful driver at Silverstone and earning Mercedes the Constructors’ Championship trophy, writes Naman Arora.
On behalf of the Bahrain Volleyball Association, I’d like to invite GulfWeekly readers to come check out the U21 Volleyball World Championship starting tomorrow until July 27 at Shaikh Isa Sports City in Riffa.