Arshad Nadeem, the athlete who made Pakistan famous in javelin throw world competitions, says that we can set more world records if we have international quality facilities. Arshad Nadeem talked about the non-provision of facilities for athletes. Arshad Nadeem said during a press conference with Pakistan Athletics Federation President Muhammad Akram Sahi in Lahore that he started participating in javelin competitions at the school level in 2015, since 2015 I have won 8 medals. The former coach also has a hand.
Arshad Nadeem talked about the non-provision of facilities for athletes
Arshad talked about the non-provision of facilities that we do not have a separate athletics ground. We also have nothing in terms of sports medicine. If we have international quality facilities, we can make more world records. On this occasion, Akram Sahi said that due to the hard work of Arshad and the prayers of the nation, Allah has honored Pakistan. Arshad Nadeem also created new records with gold medals in the Commonwealth and Islamic Games. Arshad has set a benchmark for getting a gold medal. Nadeem’s coach Salman Butt said that he has an injury in his left leg knee and elbow, while the elbow injury is two and a half years old. Repairing capitreum injuries in the elbow with taping or physio therapy. By November, Nadeem will undergo surgery on his knee injury.