Sprinter in hijab becomes the first woman to compete for Saudi Arabia in the 100m at the Olympics

Sprinter Kariman Abuljadayel became the first Saudi Arabian woman to
compete in the 100m sprint at the Olympics today .She is one of four
females from the country to be taking part in the Rio games.Despite her full body kit,he 22-year-old still managed to flash some
mid-riff as she finished seventh in her first-round heat. Though she did
not qualify for the finals,she garnered praise around the world…

Abuljadayel follows in the footsteps of Sarah Attar, the first female track athlete to compete for Saudi Arabia in the Olympics in 2012, and the first to compete in a hijab…

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