QOC provides multiple events and activities on its social media platforms

DOHA, The Qatar Olympic Committee (QOC) is providing multiple activities and sport events on its social media platforms to encourage the public and followers  to exercise   sport activities  at home, abiding by quarantine measures, adopting social distancing guidelines in effort to maintain their physical and psychological health.

QOC is encouraging the individual sport as  the best method to maintain the health of the individuals and society physically and psychologically .

Among QOC’s vital events and activities is  Team Qatar Virtual Run  which takes place every Thursday & Friday for 5km, 10km and 21km , along with 2020 Qatar Olympic Committee E-Tournament (FIFA & Pro Evolution 20) , as well as “ Think with Qatar team” program which offers questions to  the public on events organized  by the QOC on its social media platforms,  ultimately the winners in these events shall get valuable prizes.

At  local media level , the  Al Kass TV’s broadcaster Mishaal Shakir delivers show  at 11pm  titled “   Live with Qatar team”  during the holy month of Ramadan ,  the show hosts  athlete from Qatar team  on every Wednesday and Friday to focus light on  the careers of Qatar team athletes and their achievements. The show  on  its first day  has  hosted  the Qatari rally driver and sport shooter, Nasser  Salih Nasser Al-Attiyah who focused light on  his sport career and achievements in both Rally and shooting sports.

In another collective effort, a number of team Qatar stars from different sport disciplines are providing  online – tips and training sessions to help public people to   maintaining  fitness during home quarantine. The QOC’s social media platforms also provide online short video clips to encourage public and followers  to maintaining self-physical fitness.

In another scene,  the diet expert , Mohammed Al Ahraq  presents  a 55-minute show ( Stay Health with Team Qatar )  via  the   QOC’s social media platforms to highlight topics encouraging the child nutrition system.​

Source: Qatar Olympic Committee

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