WEB DESK: Age is not an obstacle in Pakistan when it comes to clinching international titles at a very young age. Here are 10 youngsters who made Pakistan proud at a very young age.
At the age of 17, she became the youngest noble prize winner in the world for campaigning for education as every child’s right. She is also listed among the 100 influential people in the Times. Her recent result of straight A’s is yet another twinkle in her shining armor.Sumail Hassan
We are always told to do what we like and that’s exactly what Sumail did. He won the Dota 2 Asian Championship playing for Evil Geniuses which is the biggest E sports team. He became the youngest and first Pakistani millionaire in E sports to be added in the Guinness World Record surpassing $1 million earnings.
A teenager is being billed as Pakistan’s brainiest student after passing 46 school exams with a grade of A or A* in his exams. He is notable for making six world records by getting a total of 87 A’s in A Levels, O levels and IGCSEs.
A young British Tech genius Ayan Qureshi at the age of five has claimed the title of being the youngest Microsoft Certified Professional after he successfully passed the standard examination procedures for the certification at Birmingham City University Centre. He built his own home computer lab and likes to spend his leisure time in the Lab. He was very happy when he setup his first computer network in the Lab. Ayan achieved the land mark of being the world’s youngest Microsoft Certified Professional on the 27th September 2014.
According to PakWheels.com, This young guy has the courage for car racing not less than any other international Formula One driver. Saad Ali recently, on 27-28th of March, participated in the season finale of Formula Gulf 1000. It was a two race weekend and Saad finished both races on the podium; both 3rd places finishes.
12-year-old Mehek Gul World Record of Chess Making by one hand. Mehek Gul took just 45 seconds to arrange the pieces on a chessboard using only one hand.
A 12-year old student Babar Iqbal hailing from Dera Ismail Kahn made a fourth world record in field of computer, Babar, generally known as genius cyber kid, had set up three world records including Youngest Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) at the age 9 years, Youngest Certified Wireless Network Administrator (CWNA) at the age 9 years and Youngest Certified Web Professional Associate (CIWA) at age 10 years.
While, the fourth record he made as Youngest Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist (MCTS) at the age 12 in Dubai in 2009.
At the age of 17, she bagged first prize in the National Women’s Olympics. She ranked 17th in the All-Asia Asian Tennis Federation (ATF) Championships She also ranked third after performing exceptionally in the ATF Doubles Championship in Aleppo, Syria. She is ranked second amongst the under-18s female tennis players in Pakistan.