As part of Dubai Fitness Challenge’s campaign to get the city engaged and active, four lucky readers will be given the chance to win valuable prizes from VLCC and Optimum Nutrition along with an additional reader walking (or jogging) away with a voucher from well-known sporting goods retailer, Decathlon.
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Running from 26 October to 24 November 2018, returning for its second consecutive year, DFC is the world’s only inclusive multi-activity, month-long, city-wide fitness movement.
This year the month-long campaign includes five themed fitness villages at DIFC, DMCC Park, Kite Beach, Al Khawaneej Walk and Palm Jumeirah with an incredible array of activities for all ages, abilities and levels of fitness.
The villages will run for 26 days during DFC at locations accessible to communities across Dubai to make it even easier for everyone to build 30 minutes of exercise into their daily routine.
There is something for absolutely everyone as the Challenge encompasses all forms of activity – from beach cricket, cycling and football, to paddle boarding, team sports, walking and yoga, as well as everything in between. All are encouraged to participate individually or together with friends, family and colleagues, enjoying new and exciting ways to improve their fitness levels.
The Dubai Fitness App is available to download from the Apple and Google Play app stores, allowing users to register and enjoy several new features for quick and easy tracking of progress, discovering fitness events, classes and activities, as well as encouraging friends and family by social sharing functionality. Further details are available on the official DFC website www.dubaifitnesschallenge.com.
TERMS & CONDITIONS
If applicable, stipulate any additional terms and conditions of the competition here that readers should be made aware of:
No prize winner hereunder shall be permitted to:
(A) Replace his/her designated prize with another prize or item
(B) Transfer or assign his/her designated prize to another person, or
(C) Redeem his/her prize for cash. Promoter reserves the right, exercisable at any time in their sole discretion, to substitute a prize (or portion thereof), provided that the substitute prize is an item of comparable or greater value. Prizes are awarded “as is” with no warranty or guarantee, either expressed or implied by the promotion entities.
All prize details are at promoter’s sole discretion. Any costs and expenses associated with prize acceptance and use not specified herein as being provided are each winner’s sole responsibility, including any and all applicable taxes.
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