Despite having an injury, the Olympian broke the previous mark with his throw of 90.18 meters.
Arshad Nadeem, a javelin thrower, earned a gold medal at the Commonwealth Games on Sunday in Birmingham thanks to a throw that broke the record by 90.18 meters. Netizens are applauding his performance despite the fact that he is hurt. They are willing to give him another gold medal for bringing the championship home.
In a match that featured former Olympic champion, Keshorn Walcott, former Commonwealth and world champion Julius Yego, and world champion Anderson Peters, Nadeem emerged victorious. Nooh Dasagir Butt broke the record in weightlifting on August 4. It made him the second Pakistani to earn a gold medal at the Games. On the same day, Shah Hussain earned a bronze medal in judo.
Since Nadeem’s victory, people on Twitter have been jubilant. One of his many supporters was cricket captain Babar Azam, who said, “Jism toota howa tha per himmat Himalaya se bhi buland thi [His courage was larger than the Himalayas]” He praised Nadeem’s work and claimed that he had made the country proud.
We are extremely happy to see how our athletes are thriving at the Commonwealth Games while still lacking the necessary backing, and Pakistan is making headlines there.
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