Historic Moment Sprinter Becomes First Saudi Woman To Run 100m At Olympics

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Historic Moment Sprinter Becomes First Saudi Woman To Run 100m At Olympics

We can change many things in life, but our religion and motherland can’t be changed. Each country treats their people differently and some rules are followed all the time. Women are also treated differently in some regions. In a simple Volleyball match, one team’s performers wear a two-piece garment, while the other team’s members covered their entire body. This is not about the correct dress; it is about the correct mindset. The world watches these athletes, their dress hardly matters. Islamic nations give importance to their rigid norms, nothing can go above that. Models are murdered here, educated women are kept hidden.

Historic Moment Sprinter Becomes First Saudi Woman To Run 100m At OlympicsThe pile of positive things is quite huge and this lump saw yet another addition. Kariman Abuljadayel stunned global audiences with one bold move. A conservative country couldn’t demolish her dreams, she soared higher. This woman of 22 years is from Saudi Arabia and they never send women out to perform among men. The area which was to be covered was just 100 metres, Kariman crossed a million miles. She never focused on winning this race, the participation was enough. One individual can’t cross all the barriers at one time, the dreams are achieved slowly. Another euphoric high produced by an amazing human being.

Historic Moment Sprinter Becomes First Saudi Woman To Run 100m At OlympicsThe warrior started her engine and in a mere 14 seconds, she reached her destination. The scoreboard gave her the 7th position, but people took her to seventh heaven. She represented the unfinished dreams of many; people were determined to make her achievement bigger. The country can definitely give her better facility. The winning spirit is absent from most people, she showed the courage and became an exception. Dreams are killed every day, but the dreams that get away are precious. Saudi Arabia will accept her now, they are proud after all. The improvements are slow, but gradually it is happening.

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