Swat girl wins gold in Dubai taekwondo championship:

Oh yeah! Pakistani kids are not going slowly. Here a good news for all Pakistanis. Our little angle Ayesha who belong to swat the district of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa has won a gold medal in 34kg category at the 8th Fujairah Taekwondo championship which held in Dubai. Her full name is Ayesha Ayaz and she is nine year old. She is the Student of class four. She started practicing the sport at the age of three. Ayesha got that honor of being the first youngest female in Pakistani history who has participated in taekwondo championship competition. She has just figured out how to win respects of being a five-time district champion, two-time provincial victor and three-time national victor. Her more youthful siblings zaib and zaryab khan have additionally won distinctions up to national level. Ayesha’s father Ayaz Naik is also a Taekwondo player and running his own academy in swat that grant training in martial art. Everybody in swat expressing their happiness over Ayesha’s memorable victory and considering it a role model for other youngsters.

Taekwondo is a martial art developed in Korea 20 centuries ago. Now it has become a popular international sport. Taekwondo is a free fighting battle sport utilizing the empty hands and feet to repulse the rival. This championship is held at regular intervals by world Taekwondo. There are five rules of Taekwondo and all taekwondo experts regardless of whether contenders or not are consistently expected to maintain all the rules of taekwondo. Rules of Taekwondo are as per the following:

  1. politeness
  2. honesty
  3. Persistence
  4. Self-control
  5. Indomitable

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