French-Australian athlete Sasha Zhoya (R) attends a training session, at the National Institute of Sport, Expertise, and Performance (INSEP), on June 25, 2019, in Paris. However, let’s get back to the real essence and conscience of a person. Sasha Zhoya, 17, made her choice, announced this Friday by the French Federation. He backed up in the heats of the open 100m last night. Sasha Zhoya is not the only Australian born athlete to have done something like this.

30.5k Followers, 832 Following, 101 Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from Sasha Zhoya (@sasha.zhoya) Un bon nombre de célébrités sont prénommées Sasha. Zhoya won his third gold medal on Friday, clocking a 16-year-old world best to win the under-18 110m hurdles in 13.05 seconds. Perth-born Sasha Zhoya, 16, has been lighting up the track and field with his performances this week at the national athletics championships at Olympic Park in Sydney. Sixteen-year-old Western Australian, Sasha Zhoya has performed as a worldclass athlete this year. “Not everyone can be Usain Bolt but I’m going to work my butt off to be Usain Bolt as Sasha Zhoya. Zhoya said going to London in 2016 to watch Bolt in a Diamond League event had been a seductive moment. He outclassed the field in the Under18 110m - hurdles in a national and world U-16 record time of 13.05. Soccer player Josip Simunic was born in Canberra to parents who had fled to Australia from the war-torn former Yugoslavia. On Friday, Zhoya blitzed the men's under-18 hurdles event in 13.05 seconds, smashing the world's best time for under-16s in the process. The nugget of athletics with three passports (Australia, his country of birth, France, that of his mother and Zimba… “It was amazing to see him in his element,” he said. Ce samedi lors des Championnats de France cadet-juniors en salle, Sasha Zhoya a battu le record du monde du 60 mètres haies. Zhoya won gold in the under-20 200m earlier this week at the Australian Athletic Championships. Sasha célèbres. Now Australian sporting gurus are struggling to find the right accolade to describe the extraordinary talents of WA teenage sensation Sasha Zhoya who is running, hurdling and vaulting his … He started his - record-breaking run on day one of the national championships when he set a new benchmark in the Under-18 pole vault, clearing 5.56m. Perth-born Sasha Zhoya, 16, has been lighting up the track and field with his performances this week at the national athletics championships at Olympic Park in Sydney.