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Dubai Police wins SWAT Challenge

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Feb. 16, 20 | 2:46 pm

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The Dubai Police A team grabbed the championship win for the second edition of the UAE SWAT Challenge.

A video clip on the official Instagram account of Dubai Police showcased the highlights of their participation in the competition.

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This is the second consecutive year that the police force has won.

The Russian team “Vityaz” came in second and Chechnya team “RUS” came in third place.

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Dubai Police A team beat 64 teams from 26 nations after garnering the highest overall score of 198 points in the five days of various challenge.

Major-General Abdullah Khalifa Al Marri, Commander-in-Chief of the Dubai Police, personally crowned the winner and handed them the $70,000 prize money.

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