Pakistan did not win any medal in the Tokyo Olympics

Pakistan did not win any medal in Tokyo Olympics

Pakistan did not win any medal in Tokyo Olympics. This is the seventh consecutive Olympic game in which Pakistan did not win any medal.

The last hope of Pakistan’s medal in the javelin throw was also dashed. At the Tokyo Olympics, 10 Pakistani athletes competed and performed. Here are the details.

Ten Pakistani athletes compete in Tokyo Olympics And no athlete won a medal. But the Tokyo Olympics will always be remembered for the outstanding performances of Talha Talib and Arshad Nadeem, who came close to winning medals at the Olympic Games despite the lack of facilities and unfavorable conditions.

Talha Talib

In action in the weightlifting category on July 25, he performed brilliantly in all three innings in the first round and came to the top position to brighten the medal hopes, but in the second round, the Italian weightlifter lifted only two kilograms more than Talha Talib. He turned all their hopes upside down.

Arshad Nadeem

Arshad Nadeem was the only athlete to directly qualify for the Tokyo Olympics. He qualified for the final round first, then in the final round also by making a place in the last eight athletes to brighten the medal hopes. But like Talha Talib, he managed to get the fifth position.

Gulfam Joseph

Gulfam Joseph, the first Pakistani shooter to be eliminated from the Tokyo Olympics, competed in the 10m air pistol, but failed to qualify for the final round and finished ninth.

Mahur Shehzad

Mahur Shehzad, who entered badminton for the first time in the Olympics, could not win a single match. He was first defeated by a Japanese player, then he was knocked out of the event by Christie of England.

Haseeb Tariq

Pakistan did not win any medal in Tokyo Olympics

Swimmer Haseeb Tariq entered the 100m freestyle hat-two, finishing 62nd out of 72 swimmers.

Shah Hussein Shah

Shah Hussein Shah, a medal hope in judo, competed against Ramzan Darwish of Egypt, who is ranked 13th in the world. Egyptian Judo Cause easily defeated Shah Hussain Shah and ended Pakistan’s hopes.

Bismah Khan

Pakistan’s Bismah Khan competed in the women’s 50m freestyle. Her timing in the 50m freestyle event was 27.78 seconds. 81 swimmers participated in the event. Bismah Khan was ranked 56th.

Pakistani shooters GM Bashir and Khalil Akhtar participated in the Rapid Fire Pistol but they also did not perform well and dropped out of the medal race.

Thus, Pakistan returned empty-handed from the Tokyo Olympics this time as well, this is the seventh consecutive Olympics of the Pakistani contingent in which the national athletes could not win any medal.

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