New Ekuveni Synthetic Track opened for public

President of Maldives, Ibrahim Mohamed Solih seen at the inauguration ceremony of the new Ekuveni Synthetic Track | Photo: Presidents Office

Male’, Maldives — President of Maldives, Ibrahim Mohamed Solih inaugurates the new Ekuveni Synthetic Track in the west of capital Male’ City.

On January 17th, President Solih inaugurated the new Ekuveni Synthetic Track in Malé City. He greeted participants of the 100-metre Special Paralympic Run during the ceremony and joined the Veterans Team running against the Senior Athletics Team and the Junior Athletics Team.

During the inauguration ceremony, President Solih stated that the incumbent government aims to facilitate young and aspiring athletes to reach their potential and fulfill all Maldivians’ dreams in international sporting arenas and competitions.

The upgraded Ekuveni running track now has facilities to cater to athletes and the general public’s needs. President Solih stated that this project supports the pledge to promote fitness, wellness and healthier lifestyles for everyone.

President Solih also noted the importance of building more health-conscious people through sports and recreational activities. Highlighting that the government is currently working on completing the swimming track in Malé City towards the first weeks of February.

The renovation project of the Male’ running track began after 24 years on 22 June 2020 under the Corporate Social Responsibility initiative. The Ekuveni Synthetic Track is completed with a lot of assistance from the neighboring country, India.