Meet Tanya Muzinda, poster girl for motocross in Zimbabwe, and a beacon of hope for the entire country, she’s living proof to young people that they can, with proper care, thrive beyond illness.
She is the oldest child of the Muzinda family with an unparalleled passion for the sport of motocross.
Tanya has known since she was 7 years old — the first time she placed on the victory podium at Donnybrook Raceway — that she wanted to become a motocross world champion. Her new goal is to break her mentor/trainer Bau’s 2x Women’s National Pro Champion record. And within the past few years, she’s been named the Junior Sportsperson of the year, received the Teen Female Sport Award, Zimbabwe’s Rising Star award, and those are just a few of her accolades..” Motocross in Africa, most girls don’t really do it,” said Tanya. “I want to show people you can’t spend the rest of your life being scared. I think I will inspire girls from all over the world.” __________________
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