A Boy’s Life Story from Slum to Usain Bolt Club in Jamaica


If you have enthusiasm and courage to do something different then everything seems possible. Something like this has done by the Nisar Ahmed. A 16-year-old rickshaw puller’s son has been selected for training at Usain Bolt club in Jamaica. Nisar’s mother is a house made.
The sixteen-year-old Nisar has nourished in a slum area of Azadpur in Delhi. He has the immense interest in athletics from his early age. In the school, he becomes habitual of the sprints and he used to run barefoot. His coached recited him as an extremely talented boy.
Recently he was picked up with 14 others from the all over India to the training camp in Jamaica, the home of eight-time Olympic gold medalist sprinter Usain Bolt.
“I am very excited to travel to Jamaica for training. I will learn there and one day will win a medal for the county. My father is a rickshaw puller and most of what he earns goes on me” Nisar said in media interaction.

Due to lack of income resources, he wants support from the government and has a wish to meet with sports minister for his financial and other support. He assured in media interaction for a medal for the country.
“I want to meet the Sports Minister so that I can ask him for support. I am sure if I will get the support I will do well. I am also training for Commonwealth Games trials and hope I will qualify.” He added in media interaction.