posted on 14/03/2013: 930 views
The Abu Dhabi International Sports Exhibition (ADISE 2013) is set to launch its second edition from 9th to 12th of April at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre (ADNEC).
The UAE Jiu-Jitsu Federation is organising ADISE 2013 for the second consecutive year with the support of the Abu Dhabi Sports Council.
A large number of players and sports teams will be participating in ADISE 2013, In fact, the remarkable Christophe Hamel and his team will be presenting an extreme show on the trampoline along with the Crazy Dunkers who will be performing an acrobatic show of basketball.
The exhibition will also include the participation of free style football champions as well as BMX games which will extend over the four day event.
ADISE's committee has dedicated an area of approximately 5000 sq metres that will include several sports activities such as bungee jumping, wall climbing, zip lining, mountain bike track, paddle tennis, cricket, golf, skateboarding and street ball tournaments with more than 70 teams expected to compete.
The exhibition this year will witness the participation of more than 15 sports organization, authorities and federations, such as the UAE National Olympic Committee, Abu Dhabi Sports Channel, Abu Dhabi Tourism and Culture Authority, Dubai Sports Council, UAE Basketball Federation, UAE Disabled Federation, UAE Fencing Federation, Emirates Golf Federation, UAE Athletic Federation and many more.
ADISE's programme also includes different categories ranging from motor sports, water sports, outdoor and adventure sports, sports cars, Health and Fitness along with additional sports activities. – Emirates News Agency, WAM
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