Toddlers dress up before they go

DUBAI - It was baby's day out once again at the Al Ghurair City Mall, where babies were dressed in T-shirts with a picture of their favourite buddy, Modhesh, as the fourth contest of the Baby Olympics took place. More than 15 toddlers took part in the competition, where babies were made to wear Modhesh T-Shirts and were told to run to the next level to collect a Modhesh Bag and return to the starting point first to win.

By A Staff Reporter

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Published: Fri 6 Aug 2004, 11:38 AM

Last updated: Thu 2 Apr 2015, 1:10 PM

The competition was open to children who were three years old. The first and second place were promoted to the final round. The first place went to Noora Mohammed from UAE, second place to Daniel Alonso from Venezuela, and third place to Noor Al Huda from Syria.

The five-day Baby Olympics, organised by the Dubai Summer Surprises Office, features a variety of contests for the tiny tots, toddlers. Beginning with the baby crawling contest on July 31, the Olympics have so far featured many contests including the Dress Up contest and the Tricycle Race, which concluded yesterday.

Maryam Arhama, supervisor of the event, said, "This year the response has been phenomenal. Kids are loving every competition lined-up for them and are really challenging each other on winning the top prize" She further added, "Kids were specially dressed up in Modhesh T-shirts for the Dress Up competition. It was great to watch the children running around the Tracks and parents cheering out loud for them."


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