Pakistan’s Rabia Shahzad Wins Gold Medal at Glasgow Open 2020

 Pakistan’s Rabia Shahzad Wins Gold Medal at Glasgow Open 2020

Pakistani Youth is doing Marvels on Different Podiums of the Global Spectrum. It is un Unleashed Reality that Pakistan is Consecrated with some of the Infrequent Endowed Individuals who are Physically and Intellectually Determined to make their Country Proud. Pakistan’s Rabia Shahzad Wins Gold Medal at Glasgow Open 2020.

Recently, a young Pakistani Girl Epitomized her country at Glasgow Open 2020 and clutched gold. Rabia Shahzad, a qualified Pakistani weightlifter won gold at Glasgow Open Classic Weightlifting Championship 2020.

Pakistan’s Rabia Shahzad Wins Gold Medal at Glasgow Open 2020

Rabia Shahzad makes Pakistan proud by winning gold at Glasgow Open Weightlifting Championship 2020!

Speciously, it is not the first time the professional weightlifter has received colossal veneration in a far-off land. Last year, Rabia Shahzad had won gold in the United Kingdom (UK) Championship and it was indeed a commendable triumph for Pakistan. Hitherto, Rabia Shahzad has conquered and has won another gold in the Glasgow Open 2020 on her finances.

Weightlifter Spilled some Beans on her Personal and Professional life

Rabia Shaehbaz shared her long professional and personal struggle with media, let us have a glimpse of it.

“It was an inbuilt interest. As a child, I used to wrestle with my father & had one major encounter with 4 boys in 4th grade, who eventually ran away. My father just loves sports, be it any. He had always supported me. I had changed 8 sports in total before getting into weightlifting, and he had supported all by providing financial and moral support. I did not get any weightlifting facility or coach in Karachi which is the biggest city of Pakistan. No recognition & appreciation I received, and that’s unfair.”

Rabia Shehbaz conveyed a Motivational Message to the Youth

“If u want to do weightlifting, just do it. You only have to follow your passion & not to pay attention to what others say or think, it’s your life, just live the way you like it. Don’t mold your choices for anyone.”

“It was tough. Too many obstacles. I just stood steadfast, because it’s my passion and I love it.

Toughest was the competition time when I had to warm up, perform lifts on the competition platform, then confirm my next lift. Along with that, I had to manage my pre-workout meals and stuff.”

Lahorified congrats Rabia Shehbaz on her laudable victory and Keep shining bright pride of Pakistan.

Times of Islamabad also Congratulated Her on Amazing Victory!

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