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Patience, Ayuob...

Series, 2nd place
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Ayuob has won two gold medals in the 400-meter sprint and a silver in the group stage.
Ayuob and his trainer have no access to sports equipment, so they use what they find in nature – trees, for example.
Coach Torab Farzin gives Ayuob his only property, his car, which doesn’t always start, and drives him to the stadium, pool, village and various other places. Ayuob always starts the car by giving it a push first.
Because there is no suitable sports fcentre, Ayuob exercises in the open air.
Unlike other athletes, Ayoub has no access to a pool, so he trains in the hot water springs.
Ayuob hasn't exercised in a long time. Now he is inspired by the words of his coach and is hoping to win the Beijing 2021 Paralympic quota.
Ayuob sets a record.
Ayuob runs back to the village with the support of his coach.
Ayuob, who has a heartfelt belief in the first Imam of the Shiites, Imam Ali (as), always has a medal with his name around his neck and has to participate in class A in 400 meters with his eyes covered, due to his poor vision.
Ayub practices only in the border mountains of Chaldoran.
Ayuob washes his artificial eyes with soap and water twice a day.
Ayuob takes a selfie with his parents and sister.

He hasn’t run for eight months. Ayuob’s impatience got the better of him one day. Not because he had been kicked out. Because they stole Iran’s gold from his neck. Ayuob won the Jakarta Para-Asian 2018 quota but was not selected for the tournament. The federation withdrew its quota for 400 meters and handed it over to a weightlifter. They thanked Ayuob for taking part and said that according to their calculations, if he went to the tournament, he would come in sixth, whereas the weightlifter would get the gold. So goodbye. Ayuob also said, God willing. He closed his mouth and said goodbye to Tehran. At his father's house, he turned on the TV and saw that, ironically, the opposite had happened. The athlete who took Ayuob's place finished sixth in weightlifting, and the runner-up record for the gold medal in 400 meters was just two seconds better than Ayuob's last record two months before the start of the Jakarta Games.

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