A co-actor in sports service at Middle Atlas


Nadia Ammar: a supporting actress at the service of sport in Middle Atlas

Source: Map

08/03/2022 17:00

Nadia Ammar, the president of the “Alpine Atlas” association and the founder of the international marathon “Trail Zayan”, is an example of these women who dedicate their lives to sports and the youth of the province. henifra

Born in 1975, Nadia has been involved in the world of sports since her early childhood, after discovering school track and field competitions. This young sprinter specialized in short distances and achieved excellent results in the 100m races in various national competitions.

Nadia, who is currently a physical education teacher in Khenifra, is very happy to do her best and benefit from the depth of her energy to be successful in the many schools, local and national competitions she has worked in.

Nadia started her school career in her hometown of Azrou, where she earned a primary school certificate and a Bachelor of Physical Education degree. He then packed his suitcases in Taza to continue his education at the Central Regional Pedagogical Institute, and later in Meknes for university studies in private law.

In an interview with MAP, Nadia said she focuses on volunteer work to support efforts to promote sports through the organization of various national and international events. He was keen to use his experience and reputation in auto racing to join the influence of the state of Khenifra and its development as an emerging tourist and sports centre.

Nadia, who is also a member of the Khenifra Regional Tourism Council, adds that Khenifra Province has great natural, cultural and historical potential with great wealth and diversity that tourist operators can exploit to make it a locomotive and essential leverage. sustainable and integrated development.

“The tourism industry has experienced an unprecedented crisis and serious economic difficulties in recent years, which has prompted us to consider a plan to restart this activity at the provincial level through the prism of athletes,” he explains.

Since then, a number of national and international sports competitions for economic and touristic purposes have been organized to promote sports, especially mountain sports, on the one hand, based on the strengths of the province. Nadia states that the Middle Atlas is to promote its natural areas and tourist attractions to a wide audience.

The latest edition of the international marathon “Trail Zayan” was a huge success and saw the participation of more than 480 athletes from various Arab and European countries and attracted many visitors, he was delighted.

Contributing to the impact and strengthening of the tourist attraction of the mountainous Khenifra province, this sporting event now has an important place in the agenda of the major sporting events in the province. It is also involved in stimulating economic activity in a region that relies heavily on tourism to overcome the consequences caused by the novel Coronavirus pandemic.

Nadia says she has always been passionate about community work and is constantly trying to develop and implement new ideas and great projects. Recently created the Canoe-Ski-Triathlon section to promote the practice of this discipline at the level of the Khénifra National Park, which contains important places with international standards for the implementation of such sports activities, which enrich the tourism offer in the province and contribute to its economic development.

In this context, he emphasizes that the province of Khenifra is on its way to become one of the preferred destinations for ecotourism and water sports enthusiasts by creating new products and touristic offers related to its unique features and natural assets. added value and economic wealth like other regions of the country.