- Simone Manuel has been officially recognised as the first Black woman to receive seven medals at a swimming tournament
- She has meanwhile set other records including significant achievements in 50 and 100 freestyle championships
- Manuel has expressed her appreciation to God for her victories and also revealed her secrets to success
African American, Simone Manuel, has set a new world record in a world championship.
YEN.com.gh understands that Manuel has become the first woman to grab seven medals in such a competition.
She won four gold and three silver medals in one week, blackamericanweb.com reports.
She again took home the honours of being the first American woman to become victorious in the 50 and 100 freestyle on Sunday, August 4, 2019.
Manuel however expressed gratitude to God for her victories and revealed personal strategies she implemented to achieve success.
He was playing outside his home when he disappeared.
All efforts to trace him, including a report to the police, extensive searches, efforts by spiritual priests and the use of posters proved futile.
Samuel’s sister, Firduasi, was however convinced that he was still alive and therefore clung on to the hope that she would one day meet with him.
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