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The Bloomberg Square Mile Relay 2017 in Dubai saw MustaNGroup take the title in a time of 1:03:21, outrunning more than 75 other teams to lift the coveted trophy and become the 'fastest firm in the city'!

Competing fiercely for top spot were Clyde & Co. and Al Tamimi & Company coming in just behind MustaNGroup in a time of 01:05:36 and 1:07:33 respectively. Individually, the fastest runner, Brian MacArthur from On Shoes, completed the 1.6km route in a time of 05:11.

Bloomberg were the inaugural winners of the Fastest Mixed Team award, with a time of 01:11:36.

More than 750 runners from Dubai's biggest businesses took part in the second annual Bloomberg Square Mile Relay, racing through the Dubai International Financial Centre. Check out the full results here.

Who competed?
  • 1. Advent Software Middle East Limited Dubai 2017 Advent Software Middle East Limited
  • 2. Al Tamimi & Company Dubai 2017 Al Tamimi & Company
  • 3. Arab Bank Dubai 2017 Arab Bank
  • 4. Banque Internationale a Luxembourg Dubai 2017 Banque Internationale A Luxembourg
  • 5. Barclays Dubai 2017 Barclays International Banking Team
  • 6. Bloomberg Dubai 2017 Bloomberg - The A Team
  • 7. Bloomberg Businessweek Middle East Dubai 2017 Bloomberg Businessweek Middle East
  • 8. BNY Mellon Dubai 2017 Bny Mellon
  • 9. Boyden Middle East Dubai 2017 Boyden Middle East
  • 10. Centaur Asset Management Dubai 2017 Centaur Asset Management
All Companies
Proudly sponsored by:
Bloomberg Dubai Valiant Maserati

The Course

Set amidst the urban setting of the Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC), runners challenge each other for position as they navigate tight turns, sharp bends, and flights of stairs on this unique route. The stunning skyline provides a dramatic backdrop to the race course that challenges returning runners on the start line, but also offers a unique, fun and exciting race for first-time participants. Check out the route from the 2017 Bloomberg Square Mile Relay in Dubai at the DIFC.

Race Village Location

The Gate Building
Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC)

Directions
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The Schedule

  • 5:30 pmCaptains arrive to register and collect baton
  • 6:00 pmTeam members arrive
  • 6:30 pmOfficial Fitness First warm-up
  • 7:00 pmRelay starts
  • 8:30 pmRace finishes (approx)
  • 8:45 pmAwards Ceremony
  • 9:00 pmAfter-Party @ Bazxar
  • 10:00 pmRace Village closes

Partners

Headline Sponsor

Venue Partner

Wellness Partner

Automotive Partner

Media Partner

Radio Partner

Media Partner

Hospitality Partner

Fitness Partner

Hotel Supplier

Apparel Supplier

Timing Supplier

Trophy Supplier

Running Shoe Partner

Community Partner

Charities

The

The Extra Mile

In an effort to reinforce our commitment to giving back, we have evolved how we contribute to the communities we run in. Unlike past years where the winning team's nominated charity received a cheque donation, every team's participation will help fund a local revitalisation project that will allow runners to volunteer with the local Square Mile Relay community and have a positive impact on the city. The collective effort of 7500+ runners across 10 cites will positively impact our global community of race cities reinforcing Bloomberg’s long standing commitment to strengthening and improving lives in the communities where we live and work.

Emirates

Emirates Red Crescent

Community Partner

The Bloomberg Square Mile Relay is proud to support the Emirates Red Crescent who are the Official Community Partner of the race. The Red Crescent in Dubai works to promote the spirit of solidarity and compassion within the community, and thanks to the support of the Bloomberg Square Mile Relay, as well as many other benefactors, can continue its charitable programs and projects in the humanitarian field for those in need. The Red Crescent Branch in Dubai has become a centre for humanitarian and relief services, conducting 185 development projects in 13 countries around the world. Both locally and internationally, they coordinate awareness programs, first aid, and the protection and control of epidemics, as well as providing humanitarian assistance for vulnerable, needy people across a variety of causes and when disasters occur.