UAE: Emirates Bodybuilding Federation to Hold ‘Mr Dubai Indian 2015’ body building championship

UAE: Al zeal fitness and Dubai Indian community jointly organizing the biggest body building championship ever in the history of UAE, with the title “Mr Dubai Indian 2015” on December 18 and 19 at Al Nasr Leisure Land, Dubai. This competition is only for Indian expatriates.

This mega event will be conducted under the aegis of and also Associates with Indian fitness and bodybuilding federation.

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The Mr Dubai Indian competition will be held in six different weight categories. 60kg – 65kg, 65kg – 70kg, 70kg – 80kg, 80kg – 90kg, 90kg – 100kg, And 100+ category. Winner of each category will qualify for the final round, every category will have 1st runner up and 2nd runner up prizes.

Prize Details:
“Mr Dubai Indian” Title + 10,00,000 INR + Cup + Certificate,
Mr Dubai Indian Runner up 5, 00,000 INR + Cup + Certificate
1st Runner up 2, 50,000 INR + Cup + Certificate
Other 3 finalist 1,00,000 INR + Cup + Certificate each.

This is the golden platform for our Indian bodybuilders to perform and bag the titles overseas.

Another important part of our event is launching of a unique website “UAE gym tracker” and also book. This website and book will give easy reach to almost every gyms of UAE With GPS location, Contact address, photos and clients feedback’s.

Abdulkarim Mohammed Saeed, 2nd vice president technical committee EBBF, Iqbal Abdul hameed brand ambassador of Mr Dubai Indian championship, Imran khan Yermal, President of Dubai Indians programming committee and Manager of Al Zeal fitness, Eusub Ansar, General Secretary of Dubai Indian committee, Adarsh Acharya, Vice president DIC, Nagendra Kamath, Abdul Mukthar, Ahmed Kausar and Chiranjith Hegde were also present.

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