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Saudyjki uprawiające sport - Polaris (67)

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February 20, 2018 -Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: A Saudi woman pauses during a charity running event. "Running for a Cause" is a running race to spread the awareness of breast cancer among women where the revenues of the tickets will go to support Zahra Breast Cancer Association. The General Sports Authority of Saudi Arabia has supported the event by opening up its training facilities around the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah. The event also included other sport activities focused mainly on women. Saudi women have had a momentous year as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman lifted a number of key restrictions on their rights. Women can now attend football matches, partake in sports themselves and by the summer will be allowed to drive cars. (John May/Polaris)
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February 20, 2018 -Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: A Saudi woman runs a 4km charity race. "Running for a Cause" is a running race to spread the awareness of breast cancer among women where the revenues of the tickets will go to support Zahra Breast Cancer Association. The General Sports Authority of Saudi Arabia has supported the event by opening up its training facilities around the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah. The event also included other sport activities focused mainly on women. Saudi women have had a momentous year as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman lifted a number of key restrictions on their rights. Women can now attend football matches, partake in sports themselves and by the summer will be allowed to drive cars. (John May/Polaris)
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February 20, 2018 -Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: Saudi females take photos during a running event in Jeddah. Saudi women have had a momentous year as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman lifted a number of key restrictions on their rights. Women can now attend football matches, partake in sports themselves and by the summer will be allowed to drive cars. (John May/Polaris)
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February 20, 2018 -Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: Saudi female organizers of the General Sports Authority pose for pictures following a charity race. "Running for a Cause" is a running race to spread the awareness of breast cancer among women where the revenues of the tickets will go to support Zahra Breast Cancer Association. The General Sports Authority of Saudi Arabia has supported the event by opening up its training facilities around the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah. The event also included other sport activities focused mainly on women. Saudi women have had a momentous year as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman lifted a number of key restrictions on their rights. Women can now attend football matches, partake in sports themselves and by the summer will be allowed to drive cars. (John May/Polaris)
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February 20, 2018 -Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: Saudi women practice in golf during a charity running event. "Running for a Cause" is a running race to spread the awareness of breast cancer among women where the revenues of the tickets will go to support Zahra Breast Cancer Association. The General Sports Authority of Saudi Arabia has supported the event by opening up its training facilities around the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah. The event also included other sport activities focused mainly on women. Saudi women have had a momentous year as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman lifted a number of key restrictions on their rights. Women can now attend football matches, partake in sports themselves and by the summer will be allowed to drive cars. (John May/Polaris)February 20, 2018 -Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: Saudi women practice in golf during a charity running event. "Running for a Cause" is a running race to spread the awareness of breast cancer among women where the revenues of the tickets will go to support Zahra Breast Cancer Association. The General Sports Authority of Saudi Arabia has supported the event by opening up its training facilities around the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah. The event also included other sport activities focused mainly on women. Saudi women have had a momentous year as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman lifted a number of key restrictions on their rights. Women can now attend football matches, partake in sports themselves and by the summer will be allowed to drive cars. (John May/Polaris)
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February 20, 2018 -Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: Saudi women practice in archery during a charity running event. "Running for a cause" is a running race to spread the awareness of breast cancer among women where the revenues of the tickets will go to support Zahra Breast Cancer Association. The General Sports Authority of Saudi Arabia has supported the event by opening up its training facilities around the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah. The event also included other sport activities focused mainly on women. Saudi women have had a momentous year as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman lifted a number of key restrictions on their rights. Women can now attend football matches, partake in sports themselves and by the summer will be allowed to drive cars. (John May/Polaris)
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February 20, 2018 -Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: View of King Abdullah Sports City, also nicknamed The Shining Jewel, in Arabic or simply The Jewel, in Arabic, is a new multi-use stadium and sports city located 60 kilometers north of Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. Running for a cause is a running race to spread the awareness of breast cancer among women where the revenues of the tickets will go to support Zahra Breast Cancer Association. The General Sports Authority of Saudi Arabia has supported the event by opening up its training facilities around the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah. The event also included other sport activities focused mainly on women. (John May/Polaris)
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February 20, 2018 -Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: Saudi organizers of the General Sports Authority pose for pictures segregated following the award ceremony of a charity race. "Running for a Cause" is a running race to spread the awareness of breast cancer among women where the revenues of the tickets will go to support Zahra Breast Cancer Association. The General Sports Authority of Saudi Arabia has supported the event by opening up its training facilities around the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah. The event also included other sport activities focused mainly on women. Saudi women have had a momentous year as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman lifted a number of key restrictions on their rights. Women can now attend football matches, partake in sports themselves and by the summer will be allowed to drive cars. (John May/Polaris)
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February 20, 2018 -Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: Saudi women practice in golf during a charity running event. "Running for a Cause" is a running race to spread the awareness of breast cancer among women where the revenues of the tickets will go to support Zahra Breast Cancer Association. The General Sports Authority of Saudi Arabia has supported the event by opening up its training facilities around the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah. The event also included other sport activities focused mainly on women. Saudi women have had a momentous year as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman lifted a number of key restrictions on their rights. Women can now attend football matches, partake in sports themselves and by the summer will be allowed to drive cars. (John May/Polaris)February 20, 2018 -Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: Saudi women practice in golf during a charity running event. "Running for a Cause" is a running race to spread the awareness of breast cancer among women where the revenues of the tickets will go to support Zahra Breast Cancer Association. The General Sports Authority of Saudi Arabia has supported the event by opening up its training facilities around the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah. The event also included other sport activities focused mainly on women. Saudi women have had a momentous year as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman lifted a number of key restrictions on their rights. Women can now attend football matches, partake in sports themselves and by the summer will be allowed to drive cars. (John May/Polaris)
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February 20, 2018 -Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: Saudi women look excited following a 4km charity running race. Most of the participants were never run before in their life. "Running for a Cause" is a running race to spread the awareness of breast cancer among women where the revenues of the tickets will go to support Zahra Breast Cancer Association. The General Sports Authority of Saudi Arabia has supported the event by opening up its training facilities around the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah. The event also included other sport activities focused mainly on women. Saudi women have had a momentous year as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman lifted a number of key restrictions on their rights. Women can now attend football matches, partake in sports themselves and by the summer will be allowed to drive cars. (John May/Polaris)
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February 20, 2018 -Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: Saudi women practice in archery during a charity running event. "Running for a cause" is a running race to spread the awareness of breast cancer among women where the revenues of the tickets will go to support Zahra Breast Cancer Association. The General Sports Authority of Saudi Arabia has supported the event by opening up its training facilities around the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah. The event also included other sport activities focused mainly on women. Saudi women have had a momentous year as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman lifted a number of key restrictions on their rights. Women can now attend football matches, partake in sports themselves and by the summer will be allowed to drive cars. (John May/Polaris)
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February 20, 2018 -Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: Saudi women prepare for a 4km charity running race. Most of the participants were never run before in their life. "Running for a Cause" is a running event to spread the awareness of breast cancer among women where the revenues of the tickets will go to support Zahra Breast Cancer Association. The General Sports Authority of Saudi Arabia has supported the event by opening up its training facilities around the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah. The event also included other sport activities focused mainly on women. Saudi women have had a momentous year as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman lifted a number of key restrictions on their rights. Women can now attend football matches, partake in sports themselves and by the summer will be allowed to drive cars. (John May/Polaris)
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February 20, 2018 -Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: Saudi women practice in archery during a charity running event. "Running for a cause" is a running race to spread the awareness of breast cancer among women where the revenues of the tickets will go to support Zahra Breast Cancer Association. The General Sports Authority of Saudi Arabia has supported the event by opening up its training facilities around the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah. The event also included other sport activities focused mainly on women. Saudi women have had a momentous year as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman lifted a number of key restrictions on their rights. Women can now attend football matches, partake in sports themselves and by the summer will be allowed to drive cars. (John May/Polaris)
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February 20, 2018 -Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: A Saudi woman runs a 4km charity race. "Running for a Cause" is a running race to spread the awareness of breast cancer among women where the revenues of the tickets will go to support Zahra Breast Cancer Association. The General Sports Authority of Saudi Arabia has supported the event by opening up its training facilities around the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah. The event also included other sport activities focused mainly on women. Saudi women have had a momentous year as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman lifted a number of key restrictions on their rights. Women can now attend football matches, partake in sports themselves and by the summer will be allowed to drive cars. (John May/Polaris)
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February 20, 2018 -Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: Medics from the Saudi Ministry of Health offer their services to a man during a charity running event. "Running for a Cause" is a running race to spread the awareness of breast cancer among women where the revenues of the tickets will go to support Zahra Breast Cancer Association. The General Sports Authority of Saudi Arabia has supported the event by opening up its training facilities around the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah. The event also included other sport activities focused mainly on women. Saudi women have had a momentous year as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman lifted a number of key restrictions on their rights. Women can now attend football matches, partake in sports themselves and by the summer will be allowed to drive cars. (John May/Polaris)
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February 20, 2018 -Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: Saudi women pause during the award ceremony of a charity running race. "Running for a Cause" is a running race to spread the awareness of breast cancer among women where the revenues of the tickets will go to support Zahra Breast Cancer Association. The General Sports Authority of Saudi Arabia has supported the event by opening up its training facilities around the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah. The event also included other sport activities focused mainly on women. Saudi women have had a momentous year as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman lifted a number of key restrictions on their rights. Women can now attend football matches, partake in sports themselves and by the summer will be allowed to drive cars. (John May/Polaris)
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February 20, 2018 -Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: A Saudi woman runs a 4km charity race. "Running for a Cause" is a running race to spread the awareness of breast cancer among women where the revenues of the tickets will go to support Zahra Breast Cancer Association. The General Sports Authority of Saudi Arabia has supported the event by opening up its training facilities around the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah. The event also included other sport activities focused mainly on women. Saudi women have had a momentous year as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman lifted a number of key restrictions on their rights. Women can now attend football matches, partake in sports themselves and by the summer will be allowed to drive cars. (John May/Polaris)
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February 20, 2018 -Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: Saudi women prepare for a 4km charity running race. Most of the participants were never run before in their life. "Running for a Cause" is a running event to spread the awareness of breast cancer among women where the revenues of the tickets will go to support Zahra Breast Cancer Association. The General Sports Authority of Saudi Arabia has supported the event by opening up its training facilities around the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah. The event also included other sport activities focused mainly on women. Saudi women have had a momentous year as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman lifted a number of key restrictions on their rights. Women can now attend football matches, partake in sports themselves and by the summer will be allowed to drive cars. (John May/Polaris)
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February 20, 2018 -Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: Saudi men pray during a charity running event. "Running for a Cause" is a running race to spread the awareness of breast cancer among women where the revenues of the tickets will go to support Zahra Breast Cancer Association. The General Sports Authority of Saudi Arabia has supported the event by opening up its training facilities around the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah. The event also included other sport activities focused mainly on women. Saudi women have had a momentous year as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman lifted a number of key restrictions on their rights. Women can now attend football matches, partake in sports themselves and by the summer will be allowed to drive cars. (John May/Polaris)
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February 20, 2018 -Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: Saudi men pray during a charity running event. "Running for a Cause" is a running race to spread the awareness of breast cancer among women where the revenues of the tickets will go to support Zahra Breast Cancer Association. The General Sports Authority of Saudi Arabia has supported the event by opening up its training facilities around the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah. The event also included other sport activities focused mainly on women. Saudi women have had a momentous year as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman lifted a number of key restrictions on their rights. Women can now attend football matches, partake in sports themselves and by the summer will be allowed to drive cars. (John May/Polaris)
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February 20, 2018 -Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: Saudi women practice in golf during a charity running event. "Running for a Cause" is a running race to spread the awareness of breast cancer among women where the revenues of the tickets will go to support Zahra Breast Cancer Association. The General Sports Authority of Saudi Arabia has supported the event by opening up its training facilities around the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah. The event also included other sport activities focused mainly on women. Saudi women have had a momentous year as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman lifted a number of key restrictions on their rights. Women can now attend football matches, partake in sports themselves and by the summer will be allowed to drive cars. (John May/Polaris)February 20, 2018 -Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: Saudi women practice in golf during a charity running event. "Running for a Cause" is a running race to spread the awareness of breast cancer among women where the revenues of the tickets will go to support Zahra Breast Cancer Association. The General Sports Authority of Saudi Arabia has supported the event by opening up its training facilities around the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah. The event also included other sport activities focused mainly on women. Saudi women have had a momentous year as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman lifted a number of key restrictions on their rights. Women can now attend football matches, partake in sports themselves and by the summer will be allowed to drive cars. (John May/Polaris)
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February 20, 2018 -Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: Registration for participants. Running for a cause is a running race to spread the awareness of breast cancer among women where the revenues of the tickets will go to support Zahra Breast Cancer Association. The General Sports Authority of Saudi Arabia has supported the event by opening up its training facilities around the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah. The event also included other sport activities focused mainly on women. Saudi women have had a momentous year as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman lifted a number of key restrictions on their rights. Women can now attend football matches, partake in sports themselves and by the summer will be allowed to drive cars. (John May/Polaris)
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February 20, 2018 -Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: Saudi women practice in archery during a charity running event. "Running for a cause" is a running race to spread the awareness of breast cancer among women where the revenues of the tickets will go to support Zahra Breast Cancer Association. The General Sports Authority of Saudi Arabia has supported the event by opening up its training facilities around the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah. The event also included other sport activities focused mainly on women. Saudi women have had a momentous year as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman lifted a number of key restrictions on their rights. Women can now attend football matches, partake in sports themselves and by the summer will be allowed to drive cars. (John May/Polaris)
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February 20, 2018 -Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: Saudi women practice in golf during a charity running event. "Running for a Cause" is a running race to spread the awareness of breast cancer among women where the revenues of the tickets will go to support Zahra Breast Cancer Association. The General Sports Authority of Saudi Arabia has supported the event by opening up its training facilities around the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah. The event also included other sport activities focused mainly on women. Saudi women have had a momentous year as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman lifted a number of key restrictions on their rights. Women can now attend football matches, partake in sports themselves and by the summer will be allowed to drive cars. (John May/Polaris)February 20, 2018 -Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: Saudi women practice in golf during a charity running event. "Running for a Cause" is a running race to spread the awareness of breast cancer among women where the revenues of the tickets will go to support Zahra Breast Cancer Association. The General Sports Authority of Saudi Arabia has supported the event by opening up its training facilities around the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah. The event also included other sport activities focused mainly on women. Saudi women have had a momentous year as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman lifted a number of key restrictions on their rights. Women can now attend football matches, partake in sports themselves and by the summer will be allowed to drive cars. (John May/Polaris)
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February 20, 2018 -Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: Saudi women practice in golf during a charity running event. "Running for a Cause" is a running race to spread the awareness of breast cancer among women where the revenues of the tickets will go to support Zahra Breast Cancer Association. The General Sports Authority of Saudi Arabia has supported the event by opening up its training facilities around the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah. The event also included other sport activities focused mainly on women. Saudi women have had a momentous year as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman lifted a number of key restrictions on their rights. Women can now attend football matches, partake in sports themselves and by the summer will be allowed to drive cars. (John May/Polaris)February 20, 2018 -Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: Saudi women practice in golf during a charity running event. "Running for a Cause" is a running race to spread the awareness of breast cancer among women where the revenues of the tickets will go to support Zahra Breast Cancer Association. The General Sports Authority of Saudi Arabia has supported the event by opening up its training facilities around the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah. The event also included other sport activities focused mainly on women. Saudi women have had a momentous year as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman lifted a number of key restrictions on their rights. Women can now attend football matches, partake in sports themselves and by the summer will be allowed to drive cars. (John May/Polaris)
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February 20, 2018 -Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: Saudi men pray during a charity running event. "Running for a Cause" is a running race to spread the awareness of breast cancer among women where the revenues of the tickets will go to support Zahra Breast Cancer Association. The General Sports Authority of Saudi Arabia has supported the event by opening up its training facilities around the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah. The event also included other sport activities focused mainly on women. Saudi women have had a momentous year as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman lifted a number of key restrictions on their rights. Women can now attend football matches, partake in sports themselves and by the summer will be allowed to drive cars. (John May/Polaris)
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February 20, 2018 -Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: A Saudi woman pauses during a charity running event. "Running for a Cause" is a running race to spread the awareness of breast cancer among women where the revenues of the tickets will go to support Zahra Breast Cancer Association. The General Sports Authority of Saudi Arabia has supported the event by opening up its training facilities around the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah. The event also included other sport activities focused mainly on women. Saudi women have had a momentous year as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman lifted a number of key restrictions on their rights. Women can now attend football matches, partake in sports themselves and by the summer will be allowed to drive cars. (John May/Polaris)
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February 20, 2018 -Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: Saudi women watch their children playing during a charity running event. "Running for a Cause" is a running race to spread the awareness of breast cancer among women where the revenues of the tickets will go to support Zahra Breast Cancer Association. The General Sports Authority of Saudi Arabia has supported the event by opening up its training facilities around the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah. The event also included other sport activities focused mainly on women. Saudi women have had a momentous year as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman lifted a number of key restrictions on their rights. Women can now attend football matches, partake in sports themselves and by the summer will be allowed to drive cars. (John May/Polaris)
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February 20, 2018 -Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: Women ride their bikes during a running event around the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah. Riding in public was unthinkable at the time in the deeply conservative Muslim kingdom, where religious police patrolled public spaces to enforce modest dress, bans on music and alcohol, prayer-time store closures and the mixing of unrelated men and women. Saudi women have had a momentous year as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman lifted a number of key restrictions on their rights. Women can now attend football matches, partake in sports themselves and by the summer will be allowed to drive cars. (John May/Polaris)
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February 20, 2018 -Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: Saudi women look excited following a 4km charity running race. Most of the participants were never run before in their life. "Running for a Cause" is a running race to spread the awareness of breast cancer among women where the revenues of the tickets will go to support Zahra Breast Cancer Association. The General Sports Authority of Saudi Arabia has supported the event by opening up its training facilities around the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah. The event also included other sport activities focused mainly on women. Saudi women have had a momentous year as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman lifted a number of key restrictions on their rights. Women can now attend football matches, partake in sports themselves and by the summer will be allowed to drive cars. (John May/Polaris)
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February 20, 2018 -Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: Saudi women look excited following a 4km charity running race. Most of the participants were never run before in their life. "Running for a Cause" is a running race to spread the awareness of breast cancer among women where the revenues of the tickets will go to support Zahra Breast Cancer Association. The General Sports Authority of Saudi Arabia has supported the event by opening up its training facilities around the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah. The event also included other sport activities focused mainly on women. Saudi women have had a momentous year as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman lifted a number of key restrictions on their rights. Women can now attend football matches, partake in sports themselves and by the summer will be allowed to drive cars. (John May/Polaris)
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February 20, 2018 -Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: Saudi Dina Al-Tayeb receives her prize as a winner of a 4km charity running race. "Running for a Cause" is a running race to spread the awareness of breast cancer among women where the revenues of the tickets will go to support Zahra Breast Cancer Association. The General Sports Authority of Saudi Arabia has supported the event by opening up its training facilities around the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah. The event also included other sport activities focused mainly on women. Saudi women have had a momentous year as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman lifted a number of key restrictions on their rights. Women can now attend football matches, partake in sports themselves and by the summer will be allowed to drive cars. (John May/Polaris)
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February 20, 2018 -Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: Women ride their bikes during a running event around the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah. Riding in public was unthinkable at the time in the deeply conservative Muslim kingdom, where religious police patrolled public spaces to enforce modest dress, bans on music and alcohol, prayer-time store closures and the mixing of unrelated men and women. Saudi women have had a momentous year as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman lifted a number of key restrictions on their rights. Women can now attend football matches, partake in sports themselves and by the summer will be allowed to drive cars. (John May/Polaris)
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February 20, 2018 -Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: Saudi women practice in golf during a charity running event. "Running for a Cause" is a running race to spread the awareness of breast cancer among women where the revenues of the tickets will go to support Zahra Breast Cancer Association. The General Sports Authority of Saudi Arabia has supported the event by opening up its training facilities around the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah. The event also included other sport activities focused mainly on women. Saudi women have had a momentous year as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman lifted a number of key restrictions on their rights. Women can now attend football matches, partake in sports themselves and by the summer will be allowed to drive cars. (John May/Polaris)February 20, 2018 -Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: Saudi women practice in golf during a charity running event. "Running for a Cause" is a running race to spread the awareness of breast cancer among women where the revenues of the tickets will go to support Zahra Breast Cancer Association. The General Sports Authority of Saudi Arabia has supported the event by opening up its training facilities around the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah. The event also included other sport activities focused mainly on women. Saudi women have had a momentous year as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman lifted a number of key restrictions on their rights. Women can now attend football matches, partake in sports themselves and by the summer will be allowed to drive cars. (John May/Polaris)
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February 20, 2018 -Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: Saudi women practice in archery during a charity running event. "Running for a cause" is a running race to spread the awareness of breast cancer among women where the revenues of the tickets will go to support Zahra Breast Cancer Association. The General Sports Authority of Saudi Arabia has supported the event by opening up its training facilities around the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah. The event also included other sport activities focused mainly on women. Saudi women have had a momentous year as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman lifted a number of key restrictions on their rights. Women can now attend football matches, partake in sports themselves and by the summer will be allowed to drive cars. (John May/Polaris)
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February 20, 2018 -Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: Saudi women pause during the award ceremony of a charity running race. "Running for a Cause" is a running race to spread the awareness of breast cancer among women where the revenues of the tickets will go to support Zahra Breast Cancer Association. The General Sports Authority of Saudi Arabia has supported the event by opening up its training facilities around the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah. The event also included other sport activities focused mainly on women. Saudi women have had a momentous year as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman lifted a number of key restrictions on their rights. Women can now attend football matches, partake in sports themselves and by the summer will be allowed to drive cars. (John May/Polaris)
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February 20, 2018 -Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: Saudi female organizers of the General Sports Authority pose for pictures following a charity race. "Running for a Cause" is a running race to spread the awareness of breast cancer among women where the revenues of the tickets will go to support Zahra Breast Cancer Association. The General Sports Authority of Saudi Arabia has supported the event by opening up its training facilities around the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah. The event also included other sport activities focused mainly on women. Saudi women have had a momentous year as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman lifted a number of key restrictions on their rights. Women can now attend football matches, partake in sports themselves and by the summer will be allowed to drive cars. (John May/Polaris)
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February 20, 2018 -Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: Women ride their bikes during a running event around the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah. Riding in public was unthinkable at the time in the deeply conservative Muslim kingdom, where religious police patrolled public spaces to enforce modest dress, bans on music and alcohol, prayer-time store closures and the mixing of unrelated men and women. Saudi women have had a momentous year as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman lifted a number of key restrictions on their rights. Women can now attend football matches, partake in sports themselves and by the summer will be allowed to drive cars. (John May/Polaris)
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February 20, 2018 -Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: A Saudi woman runs a 4km charity race. "Running for a Cause" is a running race to spread the awareness of breast cancer among women where the revenues of the tickets will go to support Zahra Breast Cancer Association. The General Sports Authority of Saudi Arabia has supported the event by opening up its training facilities around the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah. The event also included other sport activities focused mainly on women. Saudi women have had a momentous year as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman lifted a number of key restrictions on their rights. Women can now attend football matches, partake in sports themselves and by the summer will be allowed to drive cars. (John May/Polaris)
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February 20, 2018 -Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: Saudi women practice in archery during a charity running event. "Running for a cause" is a running race to spread the awareness of breast cancer among women where the revenues of the tickets will go to support Zahra Breast Cancer Association. The General Sports Authority of Saudi Arabia has supported the event by opening up its training facilities around the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah. The event also included other sport activities focused mainly on women. Saudi women have had a momentous year as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman lifted a number of key restrictions on their rights. Women can now attend football matches, partake in sports themselves and by the summer will be allowed to drive cars. (John May/Polaris)
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February 20, 2018 -Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: Saudi women practice in archery during a charity running event. "Running for a cause" is a running race to spread the awareness of breast cancer among women where the revenues of the tickets will go to support Zahra Breast Cancer Association. The General Sports Authority of Saudi Arabia has supported the event by opening up its training facilities around the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah. The event also included other sport activities focused mainly on women. Saudi women have had a momentous year as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman lifted a number of key restrictions on their rights. Women can now attend football matches, partake in sports themselves and by the summer will be allowed to drive cars. (John May/Polaris)
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February 20, 2018 -Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: Saudi women watch the award ceremony of a charity running race where the majority of the participants had never run before in their life. "Running for a Cause" is a running race to spread the awareness of breast cancer among women where the revenues of the tickets will go to support Zahra Breast Cancer Association. The General Sports Authority of Saudi Arabia has supported the event by opening up its training facilities around the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah. The event also included other sport activities focused mainly on women. Saudi women have had a momentous year as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman lifted a number of key restrictions on their rights. Women can now attend football matches, partake in sports themselves and by the summer will be allowed to drive cars. (John May/Polaris)
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February 20, 2018 -Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: Saudi women look excited following a 4km charity running race. Most of the participants were never run before in their life. "Running for a Cause" is a running race to spread the awareness of breast cancer among women where the revenues of the tickets will go to support Zahra Breast Cancer Association. The General Sports Authority of Saudi Arabia has supported the event by opening up its training facilities around the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah. The event also included other sport activities focused mainly on women. Saudi women have had a momentous year as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman lifted a number of key restrictions on their rights. Women can now attend football matches, partake in sports themselves and by the summer will be allowed to drive cars. (John May/Polaris)
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February 20, 2018 -Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: A Saudi woman runs a 4km charity race. "Running for a Cause" is a running race to spread the awareness of breast cancer among women where the revenues of the tickets will go to support Zahra Breast Cancer Association. The General Sports Authority of Saudi Arabia has supported the event by opening up its training facilities around the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah. The event also included other sport activities focused mainly on women. Saudi women have had a momentous year as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman lifted a number of key restrictions on their rights. Women can now attend football matches, partake in sports themselves and by the summer will be allowed to drive cars. (John May/Polaris)
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February 20, 2018 -Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: Saudi women practice in golf during a charity running event. "Running for a Cause" is a running race to spread the awareness of breast cancer among women where the revenues of the tickets will go to support Zahra Breast Cancer Association. The General Sports Authority of Saudi Arabia has supported the event by opening up its training facilities around the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah. The event also included other sport activities focused mainly on women. Saudi women have had a momentous year as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman lifted a number of key restrictions on their rights. Women can now attend football matches, partake in sports themselves and by the summer will be allowed to drive cars. (John May/Polaris)February 20, 2018 -Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: Saudi women practice in golf during a charity running event. "Running for a Cause" is a running race to spread the awareness of breast cancer among women where the revenues of the tickets will go to support Zahra Breast Cancer Association. The General Sports Authority of Saudi Arabia has supported the event by opening up its training facilities around the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah. The event also included other sport activities focused mainly on women. Saudi women have had a momentous year as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman lifted a number of key restrictions on their rights. Women can now attend football matches, partake in sports themselves and by the summer will be allowed to drive cars. (John May/Polaris)
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February 20, 2018 -Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: Women ride their bikes during a running event around the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah. Riding in public was unthinkable at the time in the deeply conservative Muslim kingdom, where religious police patrolled public spaces to enforce modest dress, bans on music and alcohol, prayer-time store closures and the mixing of unrelated men and women. Saudi women have had a momentous year as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman lifted a number of key restrictions on their rights. Women can now attend football matches, partake in sports themselves and by the summer will be allowed to drive cars. (John May/Polaris)
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February 20, 2018 -Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: Saudi men pray during a charity running event. "Running for a Cause" is a running race to spread the awareness of breast cancer among women where the revenues of the tickets will go to support Zahra Breast Cancer Association. The General Sports Authority of Saudi Arabia has supported the event by opening up its training facilities around the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah. The event also included other sport activities focused mainly on women. Saudi women have had a momentous year as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman lifted a number of key restrictions on their rights. Women can now attend football matches, partake in sports themselves and by the summer will be allowed to drive cars. (John May/Polaris)
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February 20, 2018 -Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: Saudi women prepare for a 4km charity running race. Most of the participants were never run before in their life. "Running for a Cause" is a running event to spread the awareness of breast cancer among women where the revenues of the tickets will go to support Zahra Breast Cancer Association. The General Sports Authority of Saudi Arabia has supported the event by opening up its training facilities around the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah. The event also included other sport activities focused mainly on women. Saudi women have had a momentous year as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman lifted a number of key restrictions on their rights. Women can now attend football matches, partake in sports themselves and by the summer will be allowed to drive cars. (John May/Polaris)
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February 20, 2018 -Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: A Saudi woman arrives at the training facilities around the King Abdullah Sports City to participate at a running event in Jeddah. Saudi women have had a momentous year as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman lifted a number of key restrictions on their rights. Women can now attend football matches, partake in sports themselves and by the summer will be allowed to drive cars. (John May/Polaris)
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February 20, 2018 -Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: A Saudi woman stands at the registration of charity running event. "Running for a cause" is a running race to spread the awareness of breast cancer among women where the revenues of the tickets will go to support Zahra Breast Cancer Association. The General Sports Authority of Saudi Arabia has supported the event by opening up its training facilities around the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah. The event also included other sport activities focused mainly on women. Saudi women have had a momentous year as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman lifted a number of key restrictions on their rights. Women can now attend football matches, partake in sports themselves and by the summer will be allowed to drive cars. (John May/Polaris)
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February 20, 2018 -Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: Saudi men pray during a charity running event. "Running for a Cause" is a running race to spread the awareness of breast cancer among women where the revenues of the tickets will go to support Zahra Breast Cancer Association. The General Sports Authority of Saudi Arabia has supported the event by opening up its training facilities around the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah. The event also included other sport activities focused mainly on women. Saudi women have had a momentous year as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman lifted a number of key restrictions on their rights. Women can now attend football matches, partake in sports themselves and by the summer will be allowed to drive cars. (John May/Polaris)
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February 20, 2018 -Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: Saudi men pray during a charity running event. "Running for a Cause" is a running race to spread the awareness of breast cancer among women where the revenues of the tickets will go to support Zahra Breast Cancer Association. The General Sports Authority of Saudi Arabia has supported the event by opening up its training facilities around the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah. The event also included other sport activities focused mainly on women. Saudi women have had a momentous year as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman lifted a number of key restrictions on their rights. Women can now attend football matches, partake in sports themselves and by the summer will be allowed to drive cars. (John May/Polaris)
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February 20, 2018 -Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: Saudi women prepare for a 4km charity running race. Most of the participants were never run before in their life. "Running for a Cause" is a running event to spread the awareness of breast cancer among women where the revenues of the tickets will go to support Zahra Breast Cancer Association. The General Sports Authority of Saudi Arabia has supported the event by opening up its training facilities around the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah. The event also included other sport activities focused mainly on women. Saudi women have had a momentous year as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman lifted a number of key restrictions on their rights. Women can now attend football matches, partake in sports themselves and by the summer will be allowed to drive cars. (John May/Polaris)
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February 20, 2018 -Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: Saudi Dina Al-Tayeb receives her prize as a winner of a 4km charity running race. "Running for a Cause" is a running race to spread the awareness of breast cancer among women where the revenues of the tickets will go to support Zahra Breast Cancer Association. The General Sports Authority of Saudi Arabia has supported the event by opening up its training facilities around the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah. The event also included other sport activities focused mainly on women. Saudi women have had a momentous year as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman lifted a number of key restrictions on their rights. Women can now attend football matches, partake in sports themselves and by the summer will be allowed to drive cars. (John May/Polaris)
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February 20, 2018 -Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: Saudi women practice in golf during a charity running event. "Running for a Cause" is a running race to spread the awareness of breast cancer among women where the revenues of the tickets will go to support Zahra Breast Cancer Association. The General Sports Authority of Saudi Arabia has supported the event by opening up its training facilities around the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah. The event also included other sport activities focused mainly on women. Saudi women have had a momentous year as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman lifted a number of key restrictions on their rights. Women can now attend football matches, partake in sports themselves and by the summer will be allowed to drive cars. (John May/Polaris)February 20, 2018 -Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: Saudi women practice in golf during a charity running event. "Running for a Cause" is a running race to spread the awareness of breast cancer among women where the revenues of the tickets will go to support Zahra Breast Cancer Association. The General Sports Authority of Saudi Arabia has supported the event by opening up its training facilities around the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah. The event also included other sport activities focused mainly on women. Saudi women have had a momentous year as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman lifted a number of key restrictions on their rights. Women can now attend football matches, partake in sports themselves and by the summer will be allowed to drive cars. (John May/Polaris)
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February 20, 2018 -Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: Saudi women practice in archery during a charity running event. "Running for a cause" is a running race to spread the awareness of breast cancer among women where the revenues of the tickets will go to support Zahra Breast Cancer Association. The General Sports Authority of Saudi Arabia has supported the event by opening up its training facilities around the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah. The event also included other sport activities focused mainly on women. Saudi women have had a momentous year as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman lifted a number of key restrictions on their rights. Women can now attend football matches, partake in sports themselves and by the summer will be allowed to drive cars. (John May/Polaris)
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February 20, 2018 -Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: Saudi women watch the award ceremony of a charity running race where the majority of the participants had never run before in their life. "Running for a Cause" is a running race to spread the awareness of breast cancer among women where the revenues of the tickets will go to support Zahra Breast Cancer Association. The General Sports Authority of Saudi Arabia has supported the event by opening up its training facilities around the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah. The event also included other sport activities focused mainly on women. Saudi women have had a momentous year as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman lifted a number of key restrictions on their rights. Women can now attend football matches, partake in sports themselves and by the summer will be allowed to drive cars. (John May/Polaris)
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February 20, 2018 -Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: View of King Abdullah Sports City, also nicknamed The Shining Jewel, in Arabic or simply The Jewel, in Arabic, is a new multi-use stadium and sports city located 60 kilometers north of Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. Running for a cause is a running race to spread the awareness of breast cancer among women where the revenues of the tickets will go to support Zahra Breast Cancer Association. The General Sports Authority of Saudi Arabia has supported the event by opening up its training facilities around the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah. The event also included other sport activities focused mainly on women. (John May/Polaris)
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February 20, 2018 -Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: A Saudi woman runs a 4km charity race. "Running for a Cause" is a running race to spread the awareness of breast cancer among women where the revenues of the tickets will go to support Zahra Breast Cancer Association. The General Sports Authority of Saudi Arabia has supported the event by opening up its training facilities around the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah. The event also included other sport activities focused mainly on women. Saudi women have had a momentous year as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman lifted a number of key restrictions on their rights. Women can now attend football matches, partake in sports themselves and by the summer will be allowed to drive cars. (John May/Polaris)
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February 20, 2018 -Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: Women ride their bikes during a running event around the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah. Riding in public was unthinkable at the time in the deeply conservative Muslim kingdom, where religious police patrolled public spaces to enforce modest dress, bans on music and alcohol, prayer-time store closures and the mixing of unrelated men and women. Saudi women have had a momentous year as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman lifted a number of key restrictions on their rights. Women can now attend football matches, partake in sports themselves and by the summer will be allowed to drive cars. (John May/Polaris)
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February 20, 2018 -Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: Saudi women look excited following a 4km charity running race. Most of the participants were never run before in their life. "Running for a Cause" is a running race to spread the awareness of breast cancer among women where the revenues of the tickets will go to support Zahra Breast Cancer Association. The General Sports Authority of Saudi Arabia has supported the event by opening up its training facilities around the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah. The event also included other sport activities focused mainly on women. Saudi women have had a momentous year as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman lifted a number of key restrictions on their rights. Women can now attend football matches, partake in sports themselves and by the summer will be allowed to drive cars. (John May/Polaris)
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February 20, 2018 -Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: Saudi women prepare for a 4km charity running race. Most of the participants were never run before in their life. "Running for a Cause" is a running event to spread the awareness of breast cancer among women where the revenues of the tickets will go to support Zahra Breast Cancer Association. The General Sports Authority of Saudi Arabia has supported the event by opening up its training facilities around the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah. The event also included other sport activities focused mainly on women. Saudi women have had a momentous year as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman lifted a number of key restrictions on their rights. Women can now attend football matches, partake in sports themselves and by the summer will be allowed to drive cars. (John May/Polaris)
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February 20, 2018 -Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: Women ride their bikes during a running event around the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah. Riding in public was unthinkable at the time in the deeply conservative Muslim kingdom, where religious police patrolled public spaces to enforce modest dress, bans on music and alcohol, prayer-time store closures and the mixing of unrelated men and women. Saudi women have had a momentous year as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman lifted a number of key restrictions on their rights. Women can now attend football matches, partake in sports themselves and by the summer will be allowed to drive cars. (John May/Polaris)
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February 20, 2018 -Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: Saudi men pray during a charity running event. "Running for a Cause" is a running race to spread the awareness of breast cancer among women where the revenues of the tickets will go to support Zahra Breast Cancer Association. The General Sports Authority of Saudi Arabia has supported the event by opening up its training facilities around the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah. The event also included other sport activities focused mainly on women. Saudi women have had a momentous year as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman lifted a number of key restrictions on their rights. Women can now attend football matches, partake in sports themselves and by the summer will be allowed to drive cars. (John May/Polaris)
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February 20, 2018 -Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: Saudi men pray during a charity running event. "Running for a Cause" is a running race to spread the awareness of breast cancer among women where the revenues of the tickets will go to support Zahra Breast Cancer Association. The General Sports Authority of Saudi Arabia has supported the event by opening up its training facilities around the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah. The event also included other sport activities focused mainly on women. Saudi women have had a momentous year as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman lifted a number of key restrictions on their rights. Women can now attend football matches, partake in sports themselves and by the summer will be allowed to drive cars. (John May/Polaris)
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February 20, 2018 -Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: Women ride their bikes during a running event around the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah. Riding in public was unthinkable at the time in the deeply conservative Muslim kingdom, where religious police patrolled public spaces to enforce modest dress, bans on music and alcohol, prayer-time store closures and the mixing of unrelated men and women. Saudi women have had a momentous year as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman lifted a number of key restrictions on their rights. Women can now attend football matches, partake in sports themselves and by the summer will be allowed to drive cars. (John May/Polaris)
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February 20, 2018 -Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: Saudi female runners members of the Jeddah Running Collective (JRC) pose for pictures following the award ceremony of a charity race. "Running for a Cause" is a running race to spread the awareness of breast cancer among women where the revenues of the tickets will go to support Zahra Breast Cancer Association. The General Sports Authority of Saudi Arabia has supported the event by opening up its training facilities around the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah. The event also included other sport activities focused mainly on women. Saudi women have had a momentous year as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman lifted a number of key restrictions on their rights. Women can now attend football matches, partake in sports themselves and by the summer will be allowed to drive cars. (John May/Polaris)