Arshad Nadeem bags third place in Javelin Throw World Rankings and second spot in Asia
Olympics-bound javelin thrower Arshad Nadeem has bagged third place in the Javelin Throw World Rankings while in Asian ranking he is at the second spot.
Pakistan’s premier javelin thrower, Arshad Nadeem has bagged third place in the Javelin Throw World Rankings while in Asian ranking he is at the second spot.
2019 South Asian Games gold medalist, Arshad registered a new national record by managing an 86.38m throw, leading him to bag a gold medal in Imam Reza Athletics Cup at Mashhad, Iran.
The athlete from Mian Chunu, Khanewal, Arshad, eyes at 90 meter plus throw at 2021 Tokoyo Olympics.
India’s Neeraj Chopra tops the world and Asian rankings with a throw of 88.07 meters while Germany’s Johannes Vetter is second in the world with a throw of 87.27 meters.
Olympics-bound Arshad is currently in Turkey for a three-week training as part of the training programme for the Olympics, under the supervision of Kazakhstan’s javelin throw coach Viktor.