From environmental scientist to full-time hula hooper
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The scientist who became a full-time hula hooper

Last year, Mariam Olayiwola was struck by a car and broke her leg.

Following surgery she spent six weeks in a full leg cast and used that time to re-evaluate her life.

After regaining strength in her leg she decided to follow her passion for hula hooping and is now a full-time hula hooper and fire artist.

  • 06 Jan 2020
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