Hana Goda is not just any teenager, she is one that has broken records, has achieved tremendous goals, and is thriving to make history like never before.
Who is Hana Goda?
Hana Goda is a 13-year-old Egyptian who holds the title of Number 1 World Champion in table tennis for women under the age of 15. The athlete holds the first title in table tennis for women under the age of 15, 17, and 19 in Egypt. Goda is Al-Ahly Sporting Club’s champion in table tennis for all ages and she is only 13 years old.
Hana is making history and is asking for a chance to put Egypt on the map by making her dream of winning an Olympic medal come true. However, because the Olympics brings together the most talented athletes in the world, it requires practice, and starting as young as 13 in Tokyo would give her an advantage in the following Olympics.
Hana Goda hopes to become the youngest table tennis athlete in Olympics 2021 in Tokyo
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Hana is pleading President Abdel Fattah El Sisi, Dr. Ashraf Sobhy, Minister of Youth and Sports, and Engineer Hesham Hatab, President of the Olympic Committee in Egypt, for a chance to represent her country and her team in the Olympics 2021 in Tokyo.
Hana is asking for the opportunity of a lifetime, one that she truly deserves, and that is to become the youngest table tennis player in the Olympics 2021. As a world champion and as Egypt’s number 1, shouldn’t she be given that chance? Hasn’t she earned that right?
We’ve seen the impact of social media and how it can manage to get people their rights, make voices be heard and we hope that we can help Hana’s voice reach those who have the authority to make Hana’s dreams come true.
Best of luck, Hana. We support you. We believe in you. And we hope you achieve your dreams and become the youngest Olympics table tennis player in Tokyo.
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