PM Shares an Important Lesson For Pakistan’s Youth

Following the conclusion of the Tokyo Olympics, Prime Minister Imran Khan gave an important message to the youth of Pakistan.

The premier shared a minute-long video clip of a female athlete who stumbled and fell in a race but quickly got back on her feet and won the race.


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“I want the youth of Pakistan to watch the race and learn the most important lesson that sports taught me: you only lose when you give up,” penned the PM.

The athlete in the video is Sifan Hassan of the Netherlands, who at the start of the final lap of a qualifying round of the 1,500-meter race got clipped and fell down.

However, the 28-year-old runner quickly got up and ran at full speed, eventually passing every runner, including four in the last 50 meters, to win the heat in 4 minutes 5.1 seconds.


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Sifan only managed to win a bronze medal in the 1,500-meter final. Faith Kipyegon of Ethiopia and Laura Muir of Great Britain won gold and silver medal respectively, with the Ethiopian athlete setting a new Olympic record.

Besides the bronze medal in the 1,500-meter final, Sifan Hassan also won gold medals in the 10,000-meter and 5,000-meter finals.