With the Olympics in Tokyo now just a month away, Somalia is set to send its first female taekwondo athlete to the games.No athlete representing Somalia has ever a won an award at the Olympics.But 20-year-old Munirah Warsame is working hard to be the first when she competes at the summer games.The taekwondo athlete was born in Britain after her parents fled violence in Somalia. She began learning taekwondo at the age of six.Warsame says flying the Somali flag in Japan will give her a sense of pride."Feelings of representing my country in the Olympics for the first time is unreal as I have dreamed about this my whole life," she said."God willing, I will do myself and my country proud."The Somali Olympics agency says at least six athletes will represent the country in Tokyo.They will compete in three areas: taekwondo, boxing and track and field, which involves running, jumping and throwing.