Tokyo Olympics: Arshad Nadeem's journey for gold ends

Tokyo Olympics: Arshad Nadeem’s journey for gold ends


Tokyo: Pakistan’s Arshad Nadim has entered the second round in the Tokyo Olympic Javelin Final after completing 84.6 million in the third attempt of the first round. This makes Pakistan hope to win at least at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. A medal.

Nadim threw 82.91 million in the opening attempt of the final round and maintained his fourth place-just one podium position.

Nadeem’s first throw distance was 82.40-well below his personal best of 86.38m. His second attempt was considered a foul.

Johannes Vetter s 82.52, which he got on his first throw, is out of contention as Pakistan s Arshad Nadeem throws 84.62 to climb to fourth and Belarus’Aliaksei Katkavets throws 83.71.

Arshad Nadeem made it to the final of men’s javelin throw with a throw of 85.16m, well beyond the qualification mark of 83.50m. His first attempt was 78.50m.

Arshad Nadeem ranked first in Group B with a score of 85.16m, Czech Vadlejch Jakub ranked second, and Germany’s Weber Julian finished third to advance to the final.

In a video message on social networking sites, Arshad thanked people for praying for his success and expressed his determination to do his best to win medals for the country.

He once again asked the whole country to pray for him and reiterated that it would not damage the trust of the whole country in him.

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