The shooting competition open run for all nationalities continues at the 14th Al Dhafra Festival, which is held under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces, organized by the Committee for the Management of Festivals and Cultural Programs And heritage in Abu Dhabi, receiving participants in its competitions until December 31 at the competition site at Al Dhafra Shooting Club in Madinat Zayed, Al Dhafra Region.
The organizing committee has allocated 10 valuable prizes to the winners of the first ten places in the competition. Citizens, residents and visitors can participate in the competition whose competitions are held on a daily basis, while the first places and the degrees of the winners will be announced after the competition ends.
The conditions for the competition are that the age of the participant is 16 years and over male, the use of a 223 caliber Sako rifle, the shooting distance is 200 meters in all stages of the qualifiers, the participation in two rounds preliminary – final, each shooter in each round is allocated 5 shots to adjust The goal and 10 shots for the competition, and the shooter in the competition is allowed several attempts to re-shoot him, and the highest result obtained in the attempts depends on him and the cost of the attempts is on the shooter, the top 30 results are selected to qualify the owners for the final stage, and the shooter is allowed to use the club’s front support only, and adjust the weapon During the competition it is only conducted by the shooter.
Also, the position of the shooter in the competition is the position of the lieutenant, and the time period of the contest is 15 minutes, and the result is calculated without decimal fractions and is considered / x / ten marks, and in the event that the shooter violates the instructions to throw after the end of the specified time period for the competition, the shot that he gets is deducted after time is up.
After the end of the competition time, the top ten contestants are chosen to distribute the prizes to them. When a tie occurs in the result between the contestants, it is decided by calculating the number of more and then fewer tens, and if the tie continues, each ram is given 5 shots to settle the tie, and in the event that there are more than ten shots in the goal The contestant’s highest ten shots are counted, and if he finds less than ten shots in the target, the result is calculated as it is.
The festival’s organizing committee stressed that those wishing to participate in the shooting competition need to conduct a COVID-19 examination 5 days and 14 days before the competition’s date for participation in the competition, as a maximum, and to adhere to the preventive and precautionary measures in place at the festival site and set by the organizing committee in coordination. With the concerned authorities for the safety of participants and workers.