LAHORE: Pakistan javelin thrower Arshad Nadeem gained everybody’s hearts along with his stellar efficiency on the Tokyo Olympics 2020 however previous to the occasion, he had determined to not attend the grand occasion as a consequence of ache in his arm, revealed his medic Asad Abbas.
Dr Asad Abbas, who was additionally the a part of Pakistani contingent on the video games, informed Geo Information that Arshad Nadeem had been dealing with problem in throwing the javelin as a consequence of arm ache. Therefore, he had determined to keep away from the Tokyo Olympics, he added.
Arshad Nadeem removed the ache after he began his physiotherapy, the physician stated, including that the star javelin thrower later modified his thoughts when he grew to become match for the competitors.
Throughout the Tokyo Olympics, Nadeem was hesitant whereas throwing the javelin as a result of concern of the ache. Arshad Nadeem demonstrated his greatest efficiency in the course of the competitors after he was assured that the ache wouldn’t reemerge.
Responding to a query, Dr Asad Abbas stated that the coach of the Indian javelin thrower was “nervous in the course of the competitors” contemplating Nadeem’s arm ache however was of the view that the star performer was able to a throw measuring greater than 90 meters.
Arshad Nadeem urges govt to offer him with coaching amenities
Earlier on August 12, Pakistan’s star athlete Arshad Nadeem had urged the federal government present him sufficient coaching amenities in order he might win a medal for the nation within the subsequent Olympics video games scheduled to be held in 2024.
When Arshad returned to the nation from Japan, Punjab Minister for Youth and Sports activities Rai Taimoor Khan Bhatti, president of the Athletics Federation Pakistan, coaches and athletes had obtained him on the airport.