Young Bader Al-Sharari became the first blind Saudi to win the title of international knight, after he was able to overcome challenges and difficulties. Al-Sharari became the first blind Saudi to win the International Equestrian Card. He also won the Equestrian Cup and the gold medal in horse competitions, and won first place over sighted contestants in the 40-60 show jumping race with the Saudi Federation.
Since his early childhood, Al-Sharari lived blind, learned the Braille language during his studies, and obtained his first digital Braille device through a Saudi association that supports people with visual impairments, which encouraged him to join an equestrian course in order to obtain a graduation shield through it. Al-Sharari added that he and many others Blind and visually impaired people use the Braille device to help them in their daily affairs, such as downloading books, following programs, and learning via the Internet. Great to help people with disabilities.
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