Australia's Rudi Browning took gold at the World Drone Racing Championships on Sunday in the Chinese city of Shenzhen, beating more than 120 other competitors.
The 15-year-old competed with people of all ages during the four-day championship.
Austria’s Bastian Hackl took second prize, while Lativan Karlie Gross came third.
Meanwhile, Switzerland's Timothy Trowbridge set a new world record when his drone hit an average speed of 114.2382 kilometres per hour across two runs of a 100-metre straight line track.
The inaugural edition of the FAI World Drone Racing Championships attracted more than 10,000 spectators.