100 Contestant Suhail Abdul Rahman Al-Marri kidnapped the lights on the closing day of the Dubai Open Skateboarding Championship Kite Surf which was organized by the Dubai International Marine Sports Club as part of the racing calendar in the 2020-2021 season over two days Nisnass Beach.
Al-Marri scored the best average during the Hydrofoil competitions that took place yesterday and included 7 races in the national category, beating his colleagues, contender No. 33 Ahmed Dahi Al-Muhairbi, who came in second and contestant No. 85 Ghaith Al-Ghaith, who came in third place.
The tournament – organized by the club for the fourth consecutive season in cooperation with the Emirates Committee for Kite Surf, rowing, water skiing and a professional tour for the first time this season by adopting the general arrangement of three rounds – has achieved great success, represented by the participation of more than 100 contestants representing more than 30 countries. Around the world, professionals and amateurs from the stars of the Emirates and residents, as well as international heroes who visit the country to enjoy the most beautiful winter in the world.
And the contestant, Ahmed Dahi Al-Muhairbi, had succeeded in winning the national category of the “Twin Tape” competitions on the first day last Friday beating Suhail Al-Marri the second and Khaled Al-Jafalah the third to succeed on the closing day in getting the second place in another category which is Hydrofoil.
The closing day witnessed the brilliance of contestant No. 3 rising, Abdullah Dahi Al Muhairbi, one of the talented stars in this sport, as he managed to achieve second place in the junior category behind the Lebanese contestant No. 40 Gabriel Kasas to confirm his distinction for the third time in the tournament through the three categories of open skills, hydrofoil and twin tip.
The Dubai Open won in its fourth edition with a remarkable international presence from the most prominent sports stars in the continents of the world, where he was crowned champion of the professional competitions Hydrofoil world champion three times in contestant No. 1 Slovenian Tony Vodice, who is visiting Dubai specifically to participate in the event in advance of a unique level, and the contestant Vodice has advanced on All the participants in the professional category, including the Bulgarian No. 11 contestant Havdar Alexandrov, who finished second, and the contestant No. 95 South African, Salivi Parsons, who finished third.
In the women’s competitions, the French contestant No. 4, Derain Selmense, was alone at the top of the general standings, ahead of the rest of the participants, among them was the Czech contestant No. 23 Paula Mihalova, who was runner-up, while the third place went to contestant No. 8, the French Angelco Barber.
The final day of the Dubai Open Parachute Skating Championship Kite Surf was attended by Saeed Hareb, Secretary General of the Dubai Sports Council, and Hazeem Muhammad Al Qamzi, general supervisor of the event, crowned the first three places in each category.