Wataniya Telecom, the first telecom operator in the private sector in Kuwait and a member of the Ooredoo Group, announced the end the Roadrush 2013/2014 season. The 4th RoadRush race took place at the Bahrain International Circuit on Jan 31st and Feb 1st, 2014. Trophies were presented to the winners in presence of Wataniya Telecom representatives in a ceremony organized to celebrate the winners.
In this occasion, Wataniya Telecom stated: “We are glad that we have brought this type of sport to young women in the area. Many women are now fans of racing, and we wanted to provide them an opportunity to practice their favorite sport in a safe and secure environment.” Wataniya added “We appreciate all the efforts made to accomplish these great results.
We also would like to emphasize that we will continue to support young people of Kuwait in different fields including sports, education, entertainment, technology and many more.” Wataniya Telecom is very proud of the drivers who participated in the race at international standards. The company will continue to support youth in Kuwait in all categories including sports, education, entertainment and technology.
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