Monday, February 2 – February 6
Julius Baer Silver Cup 2015
Venue: Dubai Polo and Equestrian Club, Arabian Ranches
The McLaren Dubai Polo Gold Cup 2015 is held under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Maktoum Bin Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Deputy Ruler of Dubai. Set in the stunning surroundings of the Dubai Polo and Equestrian Club at the Arabian Ranches, this event will present the world's best polo teams and players who will battle it out for the prize. This final event will be held on February 23 at noon. Dine in the VIP stands, bring your friends for a picnic on the lush lawns, or party to the beats in the tent.
Website: McLaren Dubai Polo Gold Cup
Wednesday, February 4 – February 7
Dubai Tour 2015
Venue: Dubai International Marine Club (Mina Seyahi)
Dubai Tour is a professional cycle race and spans over four days and four different stages and settings covering iconic locations in Dubai. Having achieved 2HC status after last year’s incredible success for an inaugural event, Dubai Tour 2015 will host 16 teams of eight riders each. The guest of honor at the event is none other than one of the world’s finest road bicycle racers, Vincenzo “The Shark” Nibali.
Thursday, February 5
Dubai World Cup Carnival 2015 (Race 5)
Venue: Meydan Racecourse
Start: 6:45 PM
A battle between the world's best horses, jockeys and trainers, Dubai World Cup Carnival will feature a series of nine highly-competitive race meetings. The Dubai World Cup Carnival attracts the most famous stars of the international racing scene, with the finale – the Dubai World Cup – set to be held on March 28, 2015 taking the title of the world's richest race meeting.
Website: Dubai World Cup
Saturday, February 7-15
Liwa Challenge Master Trek
Venue: Liwa Desert
A gruelling 200km endurance race testing runners’ physical and mental health to the limit will debut in Abu Dhabi’s stunning, yet exacting, Liwa Desert. Runners will be self-sufficient as they traverse the desert course, carrying with them all their supplies, including water, food and sleeping equipment. The race, with runners deciding on a 100km or 200km course, will finish at the top of the 100-metre Tel Mareeb, one of the highest dunes in the Rub Al Khali.
Website: Liwa Desert
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