Hungarian-born Ghanaian judoka Szandra Szogedi is dreaming, believing to achieve her goals at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio.
In a social media post by the first time Olympian, Szogedi shared a photo with the caption:
“I wake up every morning to chase these rings! #OlympicDream #Rio2016 #DreamItBelieveItAchieveIt #TeamGH #FightingFilms #OlympicSolidarityScholarship”
Szogedi was the first Ghanaian female to secure a place in Rio after qualifying at the Almaty Judo Grand Prix in Kazakhstan.
She will be at the Olympic Games with 15 other Ghanaians who are all first time Olympians for the Rio event.
Szandra Szogedi has won seven medals with three gold and four bronze medals since making her debut for Ghana four years ago.