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Somalian Female Athlete Produces The Worst Performance In The History Of The World In 100m Race (Video)

Somalian Female Athlete Produces The Worst Performance In The History Of The World In 100m Race (Video)


Reactions have trailed a Somalian female Athlete for her terrible performance in a 100m race as she clocks ‘slowest-ever’ time after finishing 10 seconds behind other athletes at the World University Games in China.

Somali sports authorities have come under for selecting Nasro Abukar Ali, a female athlete accused of being underqualified and unfit, to represent the country at the prestigious 2023 World University Games.

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Nasra came in last place during the 100m race at the 31st Summer World University Games held in Chengdu, China on Tuesday, setting a new record for the slowest finish in the competition’s history.

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In a Viral video of the race that has sparked questions on social media, Netizens are in amazement as to why Somalia would send an athlete who was so underprepared and untrained to a major event.

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It was claimed Abukar is actually the niece of Somali Athletics vice-president Khadija Adan Dahir.

The selection process has been questioned and marred by allegations of favoritism and mismanagement.

Some even claimed that Nasro was selected to represent the country in order to benefit his family members, thereby throwing the country’s image into the mud on a global stage.

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Minister of Youth and Sports Mohamed Barre Mohamud apologized and said his ministry did not know how the 20-year-old was selected to compete in the 100-meter race, the AP reported.

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