In India’s 18th Asian Games released in Pakistan, the Pakistani man is still missing gold or silver medals, but his medal has increased to three.
Athletic Arshad Nadeem won the bronze medal for Pakistan in comparison to the Jewelone Throw on Monday.
Arshad scored 80.75 meters away and achieved the third position in this competition
Silver medal came in the part of China’s Leo Kaines while the gold medal of India won Nirj Chopra, which dropped at a distance of 88.06 meters.
Pakistani players have won three bronze medals so far in those competitions held in Jakarta and Palmibang. The games that have been won are included in addition to the Jewelone Throw, Kabdie and Karate. In the 18th Asian Games, Pakistan player Nargas has won the Bronze medals in Karate’s competitions.
Nargas, a 19-year-old Quetta-based student in Karate, won a medal of more than 68kg of awards.
In the bronze medal match, he defeated Nepal’s Karki Rita 3-1.
Nargus has won a gold medal in South Asian Karate Championship in Colombia last year.
The performance of the Pakistani hockey team in Asian sports has also been impressive and is still unbeaten in the tournament and has reached the semifinal.
The Pakistani team is playing his final match match against Bangladesh on Tuesday.
It is clear that China in Asian Games is ranked first with 86 gold and overall 191 medals, with Japan with 136 medals and the second and South Korea with the third highest number of 106 medals.
Indonesia has hosted 66 medals so far and is fourth.

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