Nadeem of Pakistan won another gold for the second time in 6 days

Arshad Nadeem of Pakistan won the gold medal in the Commonwealth Games 2022 by crossing the 90-meter mark in the past. This time in the Commonwealth, he could not get the challenge of Neeraj Chopra.

Aug 13, 2022 | 7:43 am

TV9 Bharatvarsh | Edited By: Kiran Singh


Aug 13, 2022 | 7:43 am




New Delhi.  The wonder of Pakistan's Arshad Nadeem continues.  Javelin thrower Nadeem, who won gold by crossing the 90-meter mark in the Commonwealth Games, has won the second gold medal in 6 days.  In the past, Nadeem won the Commonwealth Games gold medal with a throw of 90.18 meters.  (AFP)

New Delhi. The wonder of Pakistan’s Arshad Nadeem continues. Javelin thrower Nadeem, who won gold by crossing the 90-meter mark in the Commonwealth Games, has won the second gold medal in 6 days. In the past, Nadeem won the Commonwealth Games gold medal with a throw of 90.18 meters. (AFP)

Here he could not get the challenge of India's Neeraj Chopra, because Olympic champion Neeraj was out of the Commonwealth Games due to injury.  Nadeem is the first South Asian player to cross the 90m mark.  He continued his performance in the Islamic Solidarity Games as well and won gold with a record throw of 88.55 meters.  (Arshad Nadeem Instagram)

Here he could not get the challenge of India’s Neeraj Chopra, because Olympic champion Neeraj was out of the Commonwealth Games due to injury. Nadeem is the first South Asian player to cross the 90m mark. He continued his performance in the Islamic Solidarity Games as well and won gold with a record throw of 88.55 meters. (Arshad Nadeem Instagram)

This star in Pakistan did this wonder in pain.  In fact, he has been troubled by knee and elbow injuries for some time now.  He has greatly improved his performance in this game.  Nadeem was last seen in this games in 2017.  Then he had a throw of 76.66 meters.  (Arshad Nadeem Instagram)

This star in Pakistan did this wonder in pain. In fact, he has been troubled by knee and elbow injuries for some time now. He has greatly improved his performance in this game. Nadeem was last seen in this games in 2017. Then he had a throw of 76.66 meters. (Arshad Nadeem Instagram)

On the other hand, Nadeem has to participate in the event without a coach.  He entered the World Athletics Championships, then the Commonwealth Games and now the Islamic Games without his personal coach.  (AFP)

On the other hand, Nadeem has to participate in the event without a coach. He entered the World Athletics Championships, then the Commonwealth Games and now the Islamic Games without his personal coach. (AFP)

The Pakistani player trained for two months with Liebenberg in South Africa.  He then practiced in Lahore with unfinished facilities with Salman Butt before embarking on a history-making international tour.  (Arshad Nadeem Instagram)

The Pakistani player trained for two months with Liebenberg in South Africa. He then practiced in Lahore with unfinished facilities with Salman Butt before embarking on a history-making international tour. (Arshad Nadeem Instagram)






Most Read Stories