Is this the future of sports broadcasting? Drone flies behind women’s obstacle event showing incredible sight at Citius Meeting in Switzerland
- A drone flew behind the women’s 100m event providing a mesmerizing view
- Swiss star Ditaji Kamundji won the race in 12.47 seconds in Bern
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A track event in Bern, Switzerland has reached new heights – in the form of a drone.
In the 100m hurdles final of the sixth annual Citius meeting, Switzerland’s Ditaji Kamundji won the race in 12.47 seconds.
Kamundji won ahead of Jamaican Amoi Brown (12.51) and Poland’s Pia Skrzyszowska (12.59).
In the win, she took the Swiss record for the 100m hurdles, eclipsing a 2011 record of 12.62s, held by Lisa Ureech.
According athletics.comthe 21-year-old became the first on the European seasonal list.
The images taken by House of Drones offer a glimpse into the future, which could potentially spark greater interest in athletics.
Drone footage of a women’s 100m hurdles in Bern, Switzerland
Ditaji Kambundji broke the Swiss 100m record in 12.47 seconds at the Citius Meeting
There are several examples of how new technologies have been integrated into sporting events around the world.
The SkyCam has become a staple of NFL coverage over the decades and has created some incredible angles over the years.
Perhaps most notably, is Cordarrelle Patterson’s 2019 kickoff return touchdown against the New Orleans Saints.
Usain Bolt was knocked down by a cameraman while trying to step over a rail at the 2015 World Championships in Athletics.
South African cricketer Anrich Nortje was hit by a spider camera while playing against Australia at Melbourne Cricket Ground in