The festival will take place around the shores of Aspire lake from March 26 to 30.
Dr Ahmed was welcomed by AZF CEO and Aspetar’s Director General Mohammed Khalifa Al Suwaidi and a number of senior officials.
The tournament will start on Wednesday
The research will be put into use in the upcoming IAAF World Championships in Doha and 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
The delegation discussed opportunities for cooperation and ways in which Aspetar can support Thai efforts to establish a sports medicine hospital.
More than 53,000 attendees and 18 international teams benefited from the event
During its first two days, the Aspire International Kite Festival managed to attract more than 20,000 people.
The festival is sponsored by The Cultural Village Foundation- Katara, Ooredoo, Qatar Airways, Dolphin Energy, Kidzania and Al-Salam group.
Al Huda, Nusseibeh, and Al Israa Primary Independent Schools for Girls as well as Vision and GEMS International Schools participated on the first day of the festival.
The annual tournament saw some of Qatar’s finest young talents from Al Gharafa, Al Ahli, Al Sadd, Al Duhail, Al Arabi, Al Rayyan, Al Khor and Al Shamal compete in two age groups.
The festival will turn the blue skies into a 3-D artistic platform and will feature more than 80 international kiters this year.
The programme teaches self-management and encourages individuals to walk over 10,000 steps a day through recreational and social activities.
As part of its efforts to prevent injuries and ensure players are fit to compete at their highest performance level, Aspetar also offered players customised physiotherapy solutions.
AZF will dedicate a secure and private sports zone for females.
The event has been organised in recognition of the contributions made by the media in promoting healthy lifestyle and physical activity in Qatar.