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UAE will hold the first-ever Wheelchair Cricket World Cup in 2025

Mon 10 Jun 2024    
The Brew News Team | < 1 min read

Dubai: The International Council of Wheelchair Cricket (ICWC) proudly announces the launch of the first-ever Wheelchair Cricket World Cup in UAE, slated for the United Arab Emirates in 2025. Ghazal Khan, ICWC’s Vice Chairperson, shared the exciting news, marking a monumental moment for global cricket and inclusivity in sports.

The World Cup will showcase the exceptional talent of wheelchair cricket athletes in UAE from around the world. With the UAE as the host nation, the tournament promises unparalleled competition against the backdrop of one of the world’s most vibrant cities.

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The Divyang Cricket Control Board of India expressed happiness and readiness to participate, with players eagerly preparing to represent their country on the global stage. The event aims to promote diversity, inclusivity, and sportsmanship, fostering unity among athletes and fans.

Wheelchair cricket world cup - UAE - 2025

Backed by the global cricketing community, the Wheelchair Cricket World Cup in UAE is poised to be a resounding success, leaving a lasting legacy for future generations of wheelchair cricket enthusiasts. Stay tuned for more updates as excitement builds towards the historic event in UAE 2025.

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