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My name is Adel Abdel Razziq. I'm 16 years old. I'm Jordanian but I live in Lebanon. I was born with one hand. I've been horseback riding since I was 4. In 2018, I started practicing martial arts and on my first competition, while I was fighting, I broke my toe and had a surgery that made me stop training for 3 months. I started competing again and won 6 fights in a row which made me the Lebanese champion at the weight of 56kgs on both divisions senior and junior. After that, I was introduced to bouldering and I started practicing bouldering in 2019. After a few months, I started bouldering outdoors in some mountains in the region. Hopefully, I can continue doing sports and achieve more success.

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