In the midst of a large crowd of fans of the Drones sport, the third World Championships of Drones, organized by the Saudi Federation for Cybersecurity, Programming and Drones, was concluded yesterday and hosted by King Abdullah Economic City in Jeddah for two days.
In the seventh and final round of the race, a group of world-class and most professional contestants competed for the title in three stages in which each team reviewed their skills and expertise in that field.
The activities of the final day saw the participation of the folk arts group, which presented folkloric performances representing the various regions of the Kingdom, which were appreciated by the audience.
At the end of the tournament, Nawaf Al Rakan, chief executive of the Saudi Cyber ​​Security and Programming Federation, won the first place in the race, in the presence of Nicholas Horbashisky, CEO of the World Drones Race.
Al-Rakan confirmed that the race has the direct support of Saud Al-Qahtani, Advisor to the Royal Court, Chairman of the Saudi Federation for Cybersecurity, Programming and Drones, and his belief that the people of this country have the ability to innovate and excellence whenever they have the opportunity to do so. Which reflects their ability to host global events in various fields.
She pointed out that the Saudi Federation for Cybersecurity, Programming and the Dragon will do all that will benefit from the energies of young people and enable them to achieve the desired progress and the desired prosperity of this benevolent country.
The final race of the Drones World Championship, which is held in the seventh round in the Kingdom, saw the participation of 10 of the most famous and famous racetracks in the Dronz race, led by the American competitor "Jet", which won the championship for the years 2016 and 2017.
In addition, the French professional Duncan has joined the Drones race in France, and the Kingdom's hosting of this special event is an opportunity to attract citizens to a new type of sport and provide a suitable environment for young people of all ages who can innovate and excel in sports and technology alike.
The Saudi Arabian drones were launched on September 13 as part of the final event of the 2017 World Drones, organized by the Saudi Federation for Cybersecurity, Programming and Drones, held at King Abdullah Economic City in Jeddah.


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