Sheikh Zayed bin Hamdan bin Zayed Al Nahyan was crowned as the champion of the 60-foot sailing event organized by the Abu Dhabi Yacht Club and Sailing, under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Hamdan bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Aboard A Hundred Sailors . The pilot, led by al-Nokhitha Ali Abdullah al-Marzouki, finished the 28-nautical-mile race first to win 240,000 dirhams and the champion car race.
Sheik Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid came in second, with a runner-up of AED 210,000 and a third prize for "Burraq", receiving 200,000 AED and a car. The fifth place went to Lahub for Abdullah Ali Jaber Al-Hammadi and won 140,000 financial prizes, while the sixth place went to the boy Mohammed Rashid Musabih Al-Rumaithi and received a financial prize of 130,000 dirhams.
Seventh place was occupied by Saeed Salem Saeed Al Rumaithi and received 125,000 dirhams, being eighth place occupied by Zaf Zaf by Abdullah Ahmed Khadem Rashid Al Muhairi, who received 120,000 AED for a financial award and the ninth by Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum. AED, while the tenth place of the action of Hashim Sheikh Zayed bin Hamdan bin Zayed Al Nahyan and received 110 thousand dirhams.
Majid Abdullah Al Muhairi, Abu Dhabi Yacht Club and Sailing Board Member, and Majed Ateeq Al Muhairi, Executive Director of the Club. The four million dirham race witnessed fierce competition among the participating sailors from Abu Dhabi Island to the finish line on the Abu Dhabi bay breakwater.
Ahmed Thani Al-Rumaithi, Sheikh Zayed bin Hamdan bin Zayed Al Nahyan's club president congratulated a rider in the race, saying that the race was strong, and that the cargo driver deserved to win the title deserved after the sailors stand out.
He also thanked His Highness Sheikh Hamdan Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, representative of the Abu Dhabi Ruler in Al Dhafra, for his constant support and patronage of the club's activities and heritage, and said that sponsorship of the race doubled the value of the event and made all fight for the title. The Abu Dhabi Sailing and Yacht Club will now begin to process the historic Delma race, which is the last leg of the 60-foot glider to be held in October, mainly because it is the largest race of traditional from several emirates. His financial awards reach AED 25 million.