Chioma Ajunwa

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 Chioma Ajunwa-Opara, MON (Amụrụ ya na ụbochi iri abụọ na ise, na Ọnwa iri na abụọ na afọ 1970) – aha eji mara ya bụ Chioma Ajunwa. Ọ bụ onye Naijeria na emere ha ihe egwụregwụ sụpọtụ nke a na akpọ "long jump". Na ndọghachi azụ nile ọ gabigara na ọrụ ya, ụwa matara ya mgbe o ritere Ọlaedo na ihe egwụregwụ sụpọtụ a n'akpo "Olympics", nke a mere o jiri bụrụ onye mbụ ritere ọlaedo na Naijeria na oge egwụregwụ nke akpọrọ "Summer Olympics" na afọ 1996 na ebe a na akpọ Atlanta. Ajụnwa bụ nwanyi mbụ na Africa ritere ọlaedo na ụdi egwụregwụ a. Ajụnwa bụkwa onye Ụwe ojii na Naijeria.

Mbido Ndụ ya[mèzi | edit source]

Amụ batara ya na ezinụlọ onye ogbenye na obodo a n'akpọ Ahiazu-Mbaise. Chioma Ajunwa bụ nwa nke ikpeazụ n'ime ụmụ itolu, o nwere ụmụnne nwoke isiii na ụmụnne nwanyi abụọ. Papa ya nwụrụ mgbe ọ ka na eto-eto, we hapụrụ nwụnye ya ọrụ ikwado nnụkwụ ezinụlọ. Ajụnwa onye ihe egwuregwu sụpoti na amasi sonyere na ihe egwuregwu sụpoti na ụlọ akwụkwọ mgbe ọ gbara afọ iri na asatọ. O nwetere akwụkwọ nnabata na Mahadụm mana o bidoghi akwụkwọ nihi mama ya enweghi ego ikwụ ụgwọ Mahadụm. O mechara kpebia imụ ọrụ mekaniki mana mama ya ekweghi ya imụ ọrụ a.[1][2][3]

Fụtụbọlụ[mèzi | edit source]

Di ka onye ọkachamara na egwuregwu sụpọti, Ajunwa gbara ndi otụ ụmụnwanyi fụtụbọlụ na mbụ, ọ nọ kwa na otụ fụtụbọlụ a n'akpo "Falkọns" gbara fụtụbọlụ na Wọldụ Kọp n'afo 1991. Mgbe a ọna agba bọlụ a'naghi ekwe ya soro ndi ọzọ igba bọlụ, ya bụ na etinyere ya i bụ onye ejiri mmejuo otụ fụtụbọlụ. Na osisa ajụjụ ajụrụ ya banyere ọnodụ ya mgbe ọ na agba bọlụ, ọsi na ọdighi akwa ụta na ọ hapụrụ egwuregwu fụtụbọlụ, maka na ọkanyela akara ya na egwuregwu ọzọ.

References[mèzi | edit source]

  1. Chioma Ajunwa, mon Nigeria’s first Olympic gold medallist: My bitter-sweet story
  2. Ajunwa Chioma NGR (Web page). iaaf.org. International Association of Athletics Federations (1996–2009). Retrieved on 24 March 2012.
  3. Poverty Made Me a Mechanic