Top 10 The Greatest Muslim Female Athletes of All Time

Top 10 The Greatest Muslim Female Athletes of All Time

It usually can not excel in any field believe that Muslim women are oppressed and therefore. Contrarily, he has made a mark for themselves in almost every profession. The great Muslim physicians all over the world, are engineers, lawyers, and artists. No wonder, have been made by Muslim women in sports as well as numerous significant achievements. 

He has participated and won in every sport in the world. He faced many difficulties in the beginning, but still they went against all values ​​and victory. All this was possible because of his unwavering commitment and dedication.

Here is a list of the top 10 greatest women players. He's really competitive players and great champions.

10. Sara Khoshjamal Fekri, Iran

Sarah, 28, is the first Iranian female taekwondo Olympic qualifier. She competed in the 2008 Winter Olympics and reached the quarter-finals. She won three gold medals and one silver medal at the International Taekwondo competitions. Besides these, they also won numerous medals in various Asian taekwondo.

9. Rubab Raza, Pakistan

Rabab, 25, who is the first Pakistani female swimmers taking part in the Olympics. He 50M freestyle swimming competition at the 2004 Olympics and went on to become the youngest player to represent Pakistan in any Olympics event when he was just 13 years old. He has managed several national titles and the Asian Swimming Championship. The two gold medals in the Women's Solidarity Games and won a silver medal at the Ninth South Asian Games.

8. Sheikha Maitha Bint Mohammed Bin Rashid Maktoum, UAE

Sheikha, 36, a martial arts athlete and daughter of the ruler of Dubai, Sheikh Mohammad bin Rashid Al Maktoum. 60 kg more than in 2006 Doha Asian Games karate won the silver medal. He has participated in taekwondo at the 2008 Olympics in the 67 kg category for women. The UAE was the first Saudi woman to be flagbearer Olympics. In 2008, she was ranked 17th in the rate of "20 Hottest Young Royals" list by Forbes magazine.

7. Sheikha Latifa Bint Ahmed Al Maktoum, UAE

Next on our list is a royalty, the cousin of Dubai ruler Sheikh Mohammad bin Rashid Al Maktoum. Sheikha, 25, is known especially for equestrian champion, won numerous medals in show jumping and equestrian regional championship. He won a bronze medal team in the 2006 Doha Asian Games. Later, he won an individual silver medal in the 2010 Asian Games. He also took part in the 2008 Olympics.

6. Kiran Khan, Pakistan

Karan, 27, is an international honor of being the only female swimmer to win a gold medal for Pakistan in the international event. The first in 2001, where he came to national attention at the 28th National Games of Pakistan's seven gold medals, three silver medals and three bronze medals. He also demonstrated the SAF Games, Asian Games, Commonwealth Games and represented Pakistan in the 2008 Olympics, and really good performance. He was able to get 16, the total of the incidents, silver and bronze medals. He was able to bag the gold medal in the 2007 Southeast Asian Swimming and Water Polo Championship in the end.

5. Nawal El Moutawakel, Morocco

Noel, 54, received a gold medal at the Olympics went against all odds and have the distinction of being the first Muslim woman to win the victory. She competed in the 400m hurdles race at the Summer Olympics in 1984. He won two gold medals at the Mediterranean Games in 1983 and 1987. He was one of the eight bearers of the Olympic flag at the 2006 Winter Olympics. In addition, they carried the Olympic torch through London Olympics in 2012.
He is also the International Olympic Committee was the first Muslim woman to become a member in 1998. 2007 he became sports minister in Morocco. What they Laureus Lifetime Achievement Award in 2010. Since 2012, he is Vice President of the International Olympic Committee.

4. Roqaya Al Gassra, Bahrain

Roqaya, 34, were the first Bahraini woman to participate in the Olympics. He became the first Muslim woman to wear the hijab at Olympics, he made history. He took part in the women's 100 meters sprint at the Olympics in 2004 and 2008. He was the flagship for Bahrain at the 2008 Olympics. He was the first woman to win Olympic race against West Asian Games Edition 100M in 2005.

She won two gold medals in the Arab Athletics Championship. In a number of Asian Indoor Championships and the Asian Games when they have gold, three silver and one bronze. He retired from international cricket in 2009.

3. Rania Elwani, Egypt

Rania, 39, the title of this excellent record in swimming "Golden Fish" received by the media. He is among the 11 best swimmers in the world in 100M freestyle race. In 1992, he was named the BBC's rising star Arabia. He trained for 17 years in El Ahly Sporting Club. 8. In addition, he has to win the championship years, he has participated and many African, Mediterranean and Arab great achievements in sports. He won two gold medals at the Mediterranean Games. They have won 77 medals at the national level.

He represented Egypt in the Olympics three times in the year, 1996 and 2000 1992. She retired from swimming in 2004 at the age of 22 years old in 2000, he joined the International Olympic Committee. In 2010, he became a member of the players retired from swimming and the World Anti-Doping Agency Committee (WADA). He is the founder of the Egyptian Olympic Association and the technical supervisor for the national swimming team of Egypt. He is very active in finding strongly advocated peace through sports and solve development issues in the region.

Apart from being a swimming champion, Rania is a physician specializing in obstetrics and gynecology disease. This time, he is a visiting physician, Ain Shams University Hospital, Egypt in obstetrics and gynecology. In 2015, he was appointed as a Member of Parliament by the President of Egypt Abdel Fattah al-Sisi.

2. Hassiba Boulmerka, Algeria

Hassiba, 48, a former middle distance athlete. Algeria was the first Arab woman to win an Olympic gold medal in middle distance running. He's ten years old and 800 were serious about skill 1500 meters. He was very successful regional and national races. In the Mediterranean Games held the first African woman to win a world title at the World Athletics Championships in 1991. She won gold in the 1500m event and 800M and 1991 was also able to defend the title two years later. was.

He took part in the Olympics twice, in 1988 and 1992. He began receiving death threats while preparing for the Olympics and it became too dangerous for him to train in her own country. However, he did not give up and also was able to get an Olympic title after an impressive victory, 1992. She became the second woman ever to win an Olympic gold. Later, he won a bronze medal at the 1993 World Championships after her retirement in 1997. His second world title in 1995. She sports, was elected to the IOC Athletes Commission announced . Currently, she is a successful businesswoman in Algeria.

1. Laila Ali, USA

In our list it as the daughter of a Muslim female athlete Laila Ali, the legendary heavyweight champion, is none other than Mohammad Ali. He is a former professional boxer who holds a perfect record of 24-0 during his boxing career. He started boxing when he was just 18 years old. Before that, he was a manicurist and owner of a nail salon. The unbeaten champion boxer girl and an exceptional example in boxing history. The various achievements of the World Boxing Council, Women's International Boxing Association, Women's International Boxing Federation and International Boxing Association's super middleweight title and include IWBF light heavyweight title.

He has made several television appearances on various TV shows and music videos. He also co-wrote a book reached, the name David Ritz! Strength, spirit, and strength, and encouragement to the young people. Later, he owns turned into an entrepreneur and now, a line of make-up and beauty products.

Undoubtedly, the desire to take to shatter stereotypes of women and sports paved the way for other women. Those who are outstanding athletes achieve success and fame through their commitment and hard work. He proved that nothing is impossible if you are willing to do anything to stay focused and. They are definitely a source of great inspiration for all.

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