Pakistani girl clinched two gold medals in women wrestling bouts held in California, USA.
According to the details, Nida Ali Jamali, originally hailed from Badin, district of Sindh provinc, has clinched two gold medals showing her best performance in female wrestling bouts held recently in California State.
A local new source reported that Nida is in U.S.A for her studies where she developed interest in wrestling.
She received formal training of wrestling for the competition and performed well.
Nida was among 77 out of 6549 applicants selected under U.S. government’s Youth Exchange Program and being first position holder in test.
She was granted one-year scholarship to study in America. She got admission at Mary’s Villa High School there on 14th August 2018 and is living with host parent’s family.
The host family had had recommended to the school management not to put homework burden on her as she has come only for a year, meanwhile, Nida didn’t want any favor and rejected the offer saying that ‘I am here (in USA to learn variety of new things and would study like other students do’.
Her uncle told media reporters that she had her own library in her home town, and being a book-lover and having mastery over English literature, she got 117 percent marks in American history subject breaking the previous record of Mary’s Villa High School.
“She is favorite student of all the teachers of and according to them, they will be missing Nida as she had to return to Pakistan after completion of exchange program.