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Dubai braces for SkyRun 2019

Participants to run up 1,334 steps of iconic Jumeirah Emirates Towers

Dubai: The iconic Jumeirah Emirates Towers is all set to host the Dubai Holding SkyRun 2019 on October 25. Held in partnership with Dubai Sports Council (DSC), International SkyRunning Federation, Vertical World Circuit, Talise Fitness and Jumeirah Group, the 16th edition of the charitable race will see professional athletes, sports enthusiasts and amateurs from the UAE and around the world tackle a challenging course of 1,334 steps over 52 floors of the Jumeirah Emirates Towers Offices.

This year, participants will be joined by more than 15 international sky running athletes, including Gretta Beckett, Omar Bekkali and Piotr Lobodzinski - the top winner of the past two editions of the race.