It seems to have been in another lifetime the IAAF World Athletics Championships Doha 2019 kicked off with men’s long jump qualification. But here we are, day 10 bearing down.
Yes, we have done it. But there’s a feast of goodies on the final day to keep us engaged until the journey’s ends.
The iconic Khalifa Stadium has reached the last day of international events for Men and Women IAAF Championship Athletics. This is the third biggest sporting event in the world.
Over the years, several new events have been added, mostly for women. The stadium is now ultra-modern with cutting edge features such as air conditioning technology, LED lighting and digital floodlights, providing optimal performance conditions for athletes and unparalleled viewing experience for spectators. The groundbreaking cooling technology is more sustainable than existing techniques.
The foreign correspondents in Doha who were present in the Khalifa International Stadium to cover the IAAF World Athletics Championships 2019 praised on Qatar’s organization of the events.
The organization committee received a good response from the journalists. On the level of services provided by the organization team to journalists, Walker said that he found it useful. He also mentioned that the availability of transport makes it easier for journalists to cover the events. With the help of designated authorities and the efforts of security personnel, the competition is going successfully well from a security standpoint.
Abdullah Darwish, who is responsible for the Western Part of Khalifa International Stadium said that the committee focused on training the security personnel to ensure they carry out their duties well.
SOJC Track’s Alex Castell said that despite the heat and humidity, the weather inside the stadium was good thanks to the technology. The home crowd at the IAAF World Athletics Championships are extremely supportive and cheering to the athletes. The athletes are always aimed for a big achievement.