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The 18-year-old swimmer, who last year saved 20 souls dragging on for three hours, the boat in the Aegean sea – Now is the Olympics in Rio

The Yusra Mardini is an athlete swimming with significant performance in the country of Syria before the war started, and follow the…uprooting of the refugees.Together with her sister and another woman managed to swim, to pull a boat full of refugees from Turkey to greece. Now, the young Syrian is in Rio and competes in the olympics with the group of refugees.Last summer the Γιούσρα was in a boat with about 20 refugees. They went from the coast of Turkey to Lesvos. The dealers have been told to mess up the machines as soon as they arrive on the island, but they didn’t, the machines broke down half an hour after they started, leaving them drifting in the dark Aegean sea.And the Γιούσρα was terrified, however, he threw the kid a smile, to don’t understand the fear. Three-four people they only knew how to swim from the occupants, and she and her sister were two of them. The Γιούσρα didn’t know just how to swim, she was an athlete, bathing with very good performance before the country, Syria, plunged into the abyss of war and leave her and her family homeless.When the engines of the boat stopped them, the Island didn’t seem. It was all around the black pitch darkness. “I’ll die anyway, at least let’s try,” thought the Γιούσρα and dived in the waters of the Aegean sea. And the tried. For three hours dragged along with her sister and another woman, a boat with people. They dragged a boat into the darkness, into the sea. As the coast. “With one hand swimming with the other I was pulling the boat with a rope. I can’t describe the experience,” he says.From there, the Γιούσρα continued the journey. Passed from Skopje, Serbia, Hungary, Austria, Germany, until she ended up in a camp of refugees in Berlin, where he reunited with his father and started up again the workouts in swimming. And now, in Rio, as one of the 10 athletes of the Olympic Team of refugees. The name of Γιούσρα Μαρντίνι, it is 18 years old and competing in the 200 meters free.But maybe that’s not the name nor the age that I remember. Not even the performance at the Olympic Games in Rio. What you will remember is the story.Source

The Yusra Mardini is an athlete swimming with significant performance in the country of Syria before the war started, and follow the…
uprooting of the refugees.Together with her sister and another woman managed to swim, to pull a boat full of refugees from Turkey to greece. Now, the young Syrian is in Rio and competes in the olympics with the group of refugees.
Last summer the Γιούσρα was in a boat with about 20 refugees. They went from the coast of Turkey to Lesvos. The dealers have been told to mess up the machines as soon as they arrive on the island, but they didn’t, the machines broke down half an hour after they started, leaving them drifting in the dark Aegean sea.
And the Γιούσρα was terrified, however, he threw the kid a smile, to don’t understand the fear. Three-four people they only knew how to swim from the occupants, and she and her sister were two of them. The Γιούσρα didn’t know just how to swim, she was an athlete, bathing with very good performance before the country, Syria, plunged into the abyss of war and leave her and her family homeless.When the engines of the boat stopped them, the Island didn’t seem. It was all around the black pitch darkness. “I’ll die anyway, at least let’s try,” thought the Γιούσρα and dived in the waters of the Aegean sea. And the tried. For three hours dragged along with her sister and another woman, a boat with people. They dragged a boat into the darkness, into the sea. As the coast. “With one hand swimming with the other I was pulling the boat with a rope. I can’t describe the experience,” he says.
From there, the Γιούσρα continued the journey. Passed from Skopje, Serbia, Hungary, Austria, Germany, until she ended up in a camp of refugees in Berlin, where he reunited with his father and started up again the workouts in swimming. And now, in Rio, as one of the 10 athletes of the Olympic Team of refugees. The name of Γιούσρα Μαρντίνι, it is 18 years old and competing in the 200 meters free.
But maybe that’s not the name nor the age that I remember. Not even the performance at the Olympic Games in Rio. What you will remember is the story.
Source

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