Women partnership in sport creates positive change in their living conditions

By: Nangyalay Osmani

Born in 2000 AD in a sport loving family, student of faculty of journalism, Manizha Adela member of ITF Afghanistan is holder of (Dan-1) Black Belt from international federation.
Our sport correspondent has made the following interview with this sportswoman. At the outset, talking on his sport life and achievements, she said, due to my enthusiast to sport seven years ago, I started to learn Taekwondo professionally under the training of Ustad Abdul Basir Yusufi the qualified trainer of our country. She added, due to continued exercises, ultimately I managed to acquire membership of Afghanistan National Taekwondo Team and ITF in 2017. I performed six races in the weight of 50 kg and achieved first and second positions and I have received 6 gold medals. In Ramadan cup and Peace Cup I achieved first position and gold medal.
Talking on her foreign competitions, Manizha Adela said, in 2015 I attended international competitions hosted by Pakistan and in the weight of 56kg received a gold medal in 2018 competitions in Nepal, I overcame my three rivals and received a gold medal.
Talking on the mystery of her victories, she went on to say, I fought at close quarters with all problems ahead, and achieved my championship dreams. My family and trainer Ustad Abdul Basir Yusufi had encouraged me. Since the beginning I intended to gain gold medals to my country.
“Sport gifts to people valuable sense. Everybody specially ladies should be involved with their favorite sport” she concluded.

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