Maps of THE ABU DHABI WorldTour Video by Iaphet Elli www.eventinews24.com www.rcs.it @rcssport Abu Dhabi, 24 October 2016 – The numbers of the second edition of the Abu Dhabi Tour are impressive – and this year's event won by Astana’s Tanel Kangert saw a growth in many respects one year on from the inaugural edition. That growth includes a promotion to the WorldTour for next year; the third Abu Dhabi Tour will take place from 23 to 26 February 2017. Here’s the story of the second edition, in numbers: 1 – for the Estonian Tanel Kangert, winner of the second edition 2 – editions of Abu Dhabi Tour so far 3 – stage winners: Mark Cavendish won two stages, then Giacomo Nizzolo and Tanel Kangert 4 – stages, with a total of 555km 5 – the continents represented by the athletes 6 – riders from the UAE, only Italy (18), Great-Britain (10) and Belgium (9) had more 12h27’34” – the total time raced 14 – riders that shared their data with Velon across the four stages including Rio Olympics road race champion Greg Van Avermaet (BMC Racing Team), Mark Cavendish (Dimension Data) and local hero Yousif Mirza (Nasr Dubai) 18 – the age of the youngest participant, Alan Banaszek (Poland) 19 – TV production cameras: 9 at the finish, 4 at the start, 1 in each of the two helicopters, 4 on the motorbikes during the race 24 – the age of best young rider Julien Bernard whose father Jean-François finished third in the 1987 Tour de France 28 – hours of live coverage on the Host Broadcaster, Abu Dhabi Sports Channel 33 – nations represented in the bunch 44.534km/h – average speed 45 – the age of the oldest rider in the peloton, Davide Rebellin (Italy), from the same team as the youngest man, Banaszek 45.703km/h – the average speed of the fastest stage 50 – press releases since the workshop in April 63 – Mark Cavendish’s average speed (in kph) in the last kilometer of stage 2 with a maximum at 71.7km/h 107 – riders at the start 102 – riders at the finish 147 – vehicles in total including cars, vans and team cars 177 – countries providing TV coverage 384 – the average power (in Watt) of Nicolas Roche - second in stage 3 - monitored by the Velon data tracking devices on the Jabel Hafeet climb. The maximum was 648 Watts 686 – the number of rooms booked for the whole Abu Dhabi Tour 882 – the power (in watts) developed by stage 1 winner Giacomo Nizzolo in the last 500m at Madinat Zayed 1,974 – articles published online about the Abu Dhabi Tour from 20 to 24 October 2,068 – media accreditations printed 2,700 – kg of ice provided for teams 5,000 – the square metres of hospitality area arranged for the four stages 10,200 – kg of team equipment delivered from 20 different Nations 12,000 – photos taken by the official photographers 28,000 – Abu Dhabi Tour Facebook fans 40,000 – water bottles distributed to the whole staff, including riders 44,000 – Unique Users per day - abudhabitour.com 221,000 – Page Views per day - abudhabitour.com
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Just a quick video exploring the United Arab Emirates in an Emerati Mirage 2000. Some bombing practice off the coast on Abu Musa island in the gulf as well! Not a ton of commentary, also cut the end a little short due to my F'ing up the landing LOL!
Abu Dhabi - United Arab Emirates - Motion,Pict. 2013 Watch Dubai City: http://youtu.be/fIGi5RXLbXY Abu Dhabi Car Tour & Yas Island (Ferrari World & F1)-Some Clues: 03:22 Capital Gate skyscraper adjacent to the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre 06:20 Aldar headquarters building 06:53 The Gate development SkyTower 07:00 Etihad Towers 07:11 The Emirates Palace - seven star luxury hotel 09:50 Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque 12:43 Road to Yas Island with (16:35) Ferrari World & F1 Race Track English 日本語 العربية हिंदी 한국 中文 Deutsch français italiano русский português español Music by "zero-project": http://www.zero-project.gr
A new series about whenever a change in the world map has occured! This first episode is about the UAE actually taking land from Yemen of all things.
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Fast and Furious Abu Dhabi Attractions U.A.E - The video shows the highlights of the city, the key attractions, from Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque to $3 Billion Emirates Palace Hotel to Corniche and Marina Area. The video is shot by GoPro Hero 3 in 1080p, 2.7k, and 4k mode. Attractions: 1. Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque 2. Emirates Palace Hotel 3. Abu Dhabi Corniche Area 4. Abu Dhabi Marina 5. Abu Dhabi Airport Music Creative Commons License Arabic by Mirek Krawcyzk and Arabic Rap by Mazy
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