CWG 2022 Javelin Throw – Arshad Nadeem Record WIN: Star Javelin thrower Neeraj Chopra loss was Arshad Nadeem’s gain on Sunday night.…
CWG 2022 Javelin Throw – Arshad Nadeem Record WIN: Star Javelin thrower Neeraj Chopra loss was Arshad Nadeem’s gain on Sunday night. Pakistan’s ace Javelin thrower Nadeem bagged GOLD in Commonwealth Games Javelin with RECORD throw of 90.18 Meter. Arshad pushed World Champion Anderson Peters to No.2 position. It is worth noting that Neeraj Chopra missed out on competition due to injury: Check Arshad Nadeem’s RECORD throw at Commonwealth Games, Follow Updates with InsideSport.IN
#ArshadNadeem becomes the first man in South Asia to break the 90 meters barrier with a monster throw of 90.18m . Considering you were nursing a injury, we’re absolutely blown away by your performance sir! 🇵🇰👏👏pic.twitter.com/jEEHJsSrhA https://t.co/mQ94z8iOzs
— PML(N) (@pmln_org) August 7, 2022
CWG 2022 Javelin Throw: Neeraj Chopra missing from competition, Arshad Nadeem throws JAVELIN to RECORD 90.18M to win GOLD for Pakistan: CHECK OUT
The entire country late Sunday hailed Arshad Nadeem for his remarkable performance in Commonwealth Games as the athlete bagged the gold medal for Pakistan in the javelin throw competition.
This is the second gold for Pakistan in Commonwealth Games 2022. Earlier, weightlifter Nooh Dastagir Butt had won the gold medal for Pakistan in the Commonwealth Games 2022 with a record lift of 405kg.
Incredible scenes in the men’s javelin throw final!
Pakistan’s Arshad Nadeem wins gold with a throw of 90.18 – a games record and his personal best 🔥
Anderson Peters – who beat Neeraj Chopra at the Worlds – is second with 88.64 pic.twitter.com/SUvEHUxbtT
— ESPN India (@ESPNIndia) August 7, 2022
During the first round of the javelin throw final, Nadeem created a record through an 86.81-metre throw. However, in the fifth attempt, the Olympian set a new CWG record of 90.18m throw and became the first Pakistani to hold the record.
Nadeem also beat India’s Neeraj Chopra’s Tokyo Olympic throw of 87.58m (Gold) and the World Athletics Championship throw of 88.13m.
Taking to Twitter, the entire Pakistani nation — including the president — appreciated the athlete for his outstanding performance in CWG.
Shabash Arshad Nadeem shabash! 👏
— Pakistan Cricket (@TheRealPCB) August 7, 2022