Committed to driving human growth through sports, Ooredoo recently sponsored the Oman Equestrian Federation team at the Asian Championships in Delhi, in addition to supporting Laila Al Harthy, an Ooredoo family member, who represented the Sultanate in bowling at the 4th GCC Womens’ Games, held in Muscat for the first time.
“Ooredoo offers its congratulations to the Oman Equestrian Federation team and Laila Al Harthy for their outstanding performances and competitive spirit. As a community-focused brand Ooredoo seeks to empower men and women in their respective disciplines and we are proud to have been an integral part of the highly successful performances that were recently delivered both locally and internationally,” said Amaal Al Lawati, Director at Ooredoo.
With competitors from as far afield as the United States of America, the Oman Equestrian Federation team won a total of 14 medals at the Asian Championships, organised by the Indian Equestrian Federation. In addition and after a month of intensive training, Laila Al Harthy ranked highly, securing 4th place at the 4th GCC Womens’ Bowling event.
Al Lawati added, “The support that we offer to sportspeople is intended to provide unforgettable experiences, a chance for individuals and teams to showcase their talent to the world. The benefits of sport extends beyond competition and enjoyment into how people live their everyday lives, instilling values such as discipline and teamwork. We hope that sport continues to inspire growth, success and ‘good living’ for the Oman Equestrian Federation teamand for Laila Al Harthy.”
Its recent sponsorship agreements characterise Ooredoo’s approach towards encouraging healthy lifestyles and supporting sportspeoples’ ambitions, aspirations and growth. To date, Ooredoo has sponsored and held a number of events to drive growth through sports, including football, cricket, bowling and equestrian events, in addition to forming partnerships with local gymnasiums to promote greater health awareness and personal wellbeing.