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MUTAZ ESSA BARSHIM

Mutaz means proud in Arabic. And Qatar has every reason to be proud of its native son, Mutaz Essa Barshim, who is now acknowledged to be one of today’s greatest athletes, the crown prince of the high jump.

Mutaz means proud in Arabic. And Qatar has every reason to be proud of its native son, Mutaz Essa Barshim, who is now acknowledged to be one of today’s greatest athletes, the crown prince of the high jump.

Mutaz returned from the London games in 2012 with a bronze medal around his neck. In Rio, he took home the silver. At just barely 25, Mutaz Essa Barshim knows he has plenty of time to seize the gold. Olympic achievement is the dream of this skinny young man, who enjoys nothing better than fliirting with bars placed 2.40 metres or more above the ground.

It would take the experience and intuition of these seasoned trainers to see Mutaz Essa Barshim for what he was, a diamond in the rough.
Not unlike Richard Mille, they can go beyond an athlete’s mere statistics and perceive another dimension.
That’s how Mutaz—recognised by the Emir of the State himself—has become the first ever Qatari to join the Richard Mille family.

It would take the experience and intuition of these seasoned trainers to see Mutaz Essa Barshim for what he was, a diamond in the rough.
Not unlike Richard Mille, they can go beyond an athlete’s mere statistics and perceive another dimension.
That’s how Mutaz—recognised by the Emir of the State himself—has become the first ever Qatari to join the Richard Mille family.

World Champion IAAF London

Mutaz wins world High jump Gold in London, culminating in a winning leap of 2.35m.
"I was so determined to win it. I was expecting it tonight so I am glad I managed to fulfill my target tonight."

World Champion IAAF London
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