Saudi Princess Sirene bint Abdul Rahman bin Khalid al-Saud became the first female to win a first place title at the King Abdul Aziz Camel Festival.
The princess won the solo “al-Dig “category for camels under 4 years old.
She is also the first female to ever compete in camel races in the history of Saudi Arabia.
The judges also revealed the names of the top four male runner-ups which followed the princess’s winning title.
The King Abdul Aziz Camel Festival, has gained major interest in the Gulf region over the past years.
The festival is organized by Saudi Arabia’s Camel Club, and will run until March 20 in the southern Sayahdah district of Al-Dahnaa.
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