The beauty who was 8 months pregnant still danced and surpassed all competitors to win gold

Friday, April 9, 2021 19:06 PM (GMT + 7)

(Sports news, martial arts news) An 8-month pregnant female boxer still competes in martial arts and wins gold medal, the story seems like a joke, but it’s true.

Video of the performance of the 8th month pregnant female athlete:

The world of sports has seen many pregnant women practice, but it’s rare to be pregnant until the 8th month and still win gold. Recently at the Nigerian National Sports Festival, female athlete Aminat Idrees, though “overwhelmingly pregnant”, still competed and surpassed all opponents to win the gold medal in Taekwondo.

Female boxer Aminat Idrees won the gold medal in Taekwondo despite her eighth month pregnancy

The 26-year-old excitedly said about her reasons for joining the biennial multi-sport event in Nigeria: “It has been a privilege for me. I tried it out after I became pregnant and found it possible to continue. .. Feeling really good. Seeing things are fine so I decided to register and this is a real privilege for me. ”

After the video of a pregnant female fighter still winning gold was posted on social networks, there are two conflicting opinions. Some people praised the bravery of the Nigerian female boxer, in contrast, many accounts criticized the female athlete for ignoring the life of the child in the abdomen.

Idrees said: “A lot of people do not understand what Taekwondo really is. This is a way to help people understand the game. I feel that playing this sport has no risk with pregnancy, so I decided to give it a try.” it. My doctor, as well as the organizers encouraged me to attend the tournament because it is completely harmless to my children.

The Chairman of the Organizing Committee of the National Sports Festival of Nigeria, Mr. Philip Shaibu, has “taken care of” Idrees, he affirmed that the 26-year-old female fighter has stable health before attending the 2021 National Taekwondo Tournament.

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