September 30, 2022

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Flight throw, Qatar World Cup ball.  see pictures |  world Cup

Flight throw, Qatar World Cup ball. see pictures | world Cup

Adidas launched today, Wednesday, the official flight ball for the Qatar World Cup, which will be held from November 21 to December 18 this year. The name in Arabic means “journey”.

The cruise’s colors and visual arts were inspired by Qatari culture, architecture and flag, as well as traditional local boats. Its launch marks the beginning of the ball’s journey across ten cities around the world, as adidas will launch a series of initiatives aimed at improving access to sport in local communities.

The trip will be the ball in the 2022 World Cup – Photo: Disclosure / Adidas

The flight is the 14th straight ball made for competition by the German company, which promises greater speed and stability than its predecessors during the course in the air. The World Cup star has a white base, a textured polyurethane cap and 20 buds – characteristics that, according to the company, provide better flight accuracy and stability.

To confirm the development, the ball was tested in wind tunnels similar to those used by automakers to reduce the wind resistance of prototype vehicles. The trip will take place for the first time in a stadium built specifically for the launch event in Qatar before being donated to Challenge Riyadh, the champions of the Saudi Women’s Football League.

The name of the trip means “the trip” – Image: Disclosure / adidas

– The speed of the game increases, and as it accelerates, accuracy and stability in flight become critical. The new design allows the ball to maintain significantly greater speed as it floats through the air.

Also according to the company, 1% of Journey’s net sales will go to the Common Purpose Movement, a project co-founded by Manchester United’s Juan Mata, which funds charitable activities around the world.

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