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Ruqaya Al-Ghasra[wp] from Bahrain wore with her victory at the Asian Games a body suit and a hijab[wp] with the Nike logo.[1]

The Hijood is a Sharia[wp]-compliant sportswear for Muslim women, a sort of dome-shaped hijab (the word is composed of the words for veils, Hijab, and Hood), which the hair and neck covered.[2][3][4]

The athlete Ruqaya Al-Ghasra[wp] from Bahrain wore in Beijing as sportswear a Hijood from the Lebanese designer Aheda Zanetti[wp] who was known by her Islamic compliant swimsuit Burkini she had designed for her textile company Ahiida.[5][6]



  1. Anno Hecker: Kommentar Sport: Auf Tuchfühlung, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung on December 12, 2006
  2. Pdf-icon-intern.svg The Rise and Rise of the Hijood - Ahiida press release
  3. Pauline Askin: Lifestyle: Aussie "burqini" designer creates athletic veil, Reuters on August 18 2008
  4. Sarina Pfauth: Islamkonforme Sportausrüstung, Süddeutsche Zeitung on August 19, 2008 (Al-Ghasra, the sprinter from Bahrain, ran 22.81 seconds long in red leggings, light long-sleeved shirt and the snow-white headgear which accurately framed the face.)
  5. Ruqaya to wear new Aussie outfit, Gulf Daily News on August 11, 2008
  6. Bahrainian to run in Aust-designed Hijab, The West Australian on August 15, 2008

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