Delhi, 4 February: Syed Mohammed Hussain has achieved something extraordinary: he won the gold medal in karate at the International Championship Games held in Visakhapatnam. His phenomenal success is not only a feat for him but also a proud moment for the country.
Hussain’s victory was a result of intense training, hard work and dedication. He faced tough competition from experienced players from 15 countries and emerged triumphant. It was his determination and technique that gave him the edge over his opponents. He was able to pin down his Mongolian opponent in the final round and secure India’s first gold medal in karate.
The 18-year-old karateka’s success is even more remarkable considering his age. By beating seasoned players in the tournament, he has shown that age is no barrier to achieving excellence. His achievement is a testament to his growing stature in the Indian circuit. Hussain’s victory comes with recognition and admiration from many quarters. He has not only made India proud by winning gold but also inspired many youngsters to pursue their dreams despite their age or circumstances. He is also an example of how, with the right attitude and support from family and coaches, one can achieve extraordinary results.
Hussain has dedicated his victory to his entire country and thanked his family and coach for their endless support and prayers. His words are not just meaningful, but also a reminder of our collective responsibility towards nurturing talent and supporting our young sportspersons in their journey to success.