Within the activities of "Dubai Ice Show"

AK Bars wins the Continental Hockey League summit against Avangard

Saeed Hareb launches the kick-off badge.

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Dubai witnessed the strongest meeting in the "Continental Hockey League", which brought together the teams "AK Bars" and "Avanguard", within the World Hockey League, which is held in cooperation between the Dubai Sports Council, the Department of Economy and Tourism in Dubai, the Continental World Hockey League, and H Club Si Avangard Omsk ice hockey, and its result ended in favor of the "AK Bars" team, with a score of 3-1

The World Ice Hockey League summit match was attended by the Commander-in-Chief of Dubai Police, Lieutenant General Abdullah Khalifa Al Marri, Secretary General of the Dubai Sports Council, Saeed Hareb, Assistant Secretary-General of the Dubai Sports Council, Nasser Aman Al Rahma, and President of the Continental Hockey League, Alexei Morzov. Saeed Hareb launched the match kick-off, which comes within the activities of the "Dubai Ice Show", in the context of the celebrations of the fiftieth anniversary of the union and the golden jubilee of the founding of the state, and witnessed intense competition and was described as the strongest and most difficult in the Ice Hockey World League, and witnessed a large audience in the Coca-Cola Arena hall City Walk Dubai. Avangard striker Sergei Tolchinsky said in an interview with the Russian "Hawk" website: "I enjoyed playing in Dubai, this is a new and unique experience. In this place it will be imprinted in our memory and we will not forget it.” His colleague Corban Knight said:“It was an enjoyable experience to play a game in Dubai, being the first professional team to play a full hockey game here is a special feeling, and we are very pleased with the hospitality in Dubai, we were welcomed very well, the atmosphere was great, everything was top notch, It was a wonderful and unique experience for me, I have never been to Dubai and it is great to come here, and for sure I will make sure to come back here again, whether it is another match, or for my vacation this place is amazing.”

The Dubai Ice Show activities include organizing several snowboarding events, most notably the “Sleeping Princess” world show, which concludes its competitions today, in which Olympic champion Tatiana Navka and world figure skating champion Alina Zagitova will participate. 1,500 professional snowboarders.

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