Shajar Abbas excels at the Asian Athletics Championship with a new 100-meter record.

Web DeskJuly 13, 2023
Shajar Abbas excels at the Asian Athletics Championship with a new 100-meter record.

Shajar Abbas, a Pakistani athlete, made his impact on the world scene by qualifying for the 100-meter semifinals of the Asian Athletics Championship.

Abbas stormed through the heat in the present competition in Bangkok, earning an astounding time of 10.37 seconds as a result of his exceptional talent and tenacity.

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With this accomplishment, he not only qualified for the semi-finals but also broke his own national record, which he had previously accomplished in the Commonwealth Games the previous year.

Tomorrow’s 100m semi-finals are expected to be an exciting contest as Abbas competes against other elite competitors for a place in the finals.

While Abbas flies to new heights, Mueed Baloch, another Pakistani sprinter, experienced heartbreak after failing to qualify for the 400-meter event’s semifinals.

In the first round, Baloch raced against 28 other athletes, finishing in 48.18 seconds. His performance, meanwhile, fell short of his previous best time of 46.73 seconds.

Four gifted sportsmen representing Pakistan at the Championship have been working out hard under the direction of their coach, Rana Sajjad.

Javelin thrower Mohammad Yasir Sultan, Abdul Moeed, and Esha Imran are also competing alongside Abbas and Baloch with the goal of representing their country and showcasing their talents.






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