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This isn’t the end for Nargis Hameedullah, she says she will work to be more successful than ever

The 19-year old said that she will continue to make Pakistan proud with my hard work and passion.

SAMAA | - Posted: Sep 4, 2018 | Last Updated: 3 years ago
SAMAA |
Posted: Sep 4, 2018 | Last Updated: 3 years ago

The 19-year old said that she will continue to make Pakistan proud with my hard work and passion.

Nargis Hameedullah poses for a photo after her bronze medal win in Asian Games 2018 karate event. Photo Courtesy: TNS World

Nargis Hameedullah, who is the first Pakistani athlete to win a medal in the Asian Games karate event, is determined to achieve more success in her career.

The 19-year old from Quetta said that she will continue to make Pakistan proud with her hard work and passion.

She defeated her opponent from Nepal to win the bronze medal in the Asian Games 2018 karate event.

Nargis’s parents are ecstatic over the athlete’s performance. She said, “I don’t have the words to describe my happiness.”

Hameedullah’s coach Ghulam Ali was equally pleased over her bronze medal win. He said, “Her hard work has yielded results at last.”

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