The Dubai stretch of the UAE’s busiest highway will transform into the world’s largest running track as it hosts a run this weekend. Vehicles will be emptied off the Sheikh Zayed Road as runners take over the highway for the Dubai Run on Sunday, November 26, serving as the finale of the
The free run will see thousands of people join, irrespective of their age and running ability. The offers two route options, both of which will take runners past the city's most iconic landmarks:
The run will kick off with a Dubai Police supercar parade.
Registration for both routes is free. Participants can secure their spot by signing up on the website and choosing their desired route.
Upon registration, a QR code will be issued, which is essential for collecting bibs. Pick up is set until November 25 at Run and Ride Central in One Central. Those without a bib will not be able to take part in the event.
A total of 193,000 runners, joggers, wheelers and walkers setting a record for the number of participants and making it the largest community fitness event in the world.
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