In a groundbreaking achievement, Pakistan’s archers etched their names in history by securing the international bronze medal for the first time in the country’s archery legacy.
The triumphant moment unfolded at the Kazakhstan International Indoor Event, where the dedicated efforts of the Pakistan Archery Federation Secretary, Wasal Muhammad, bore fruit.
Secretary Wasal Muhammad expressed his elation, highlighting the stellar performance of the three-member archery team in the Grand Prix Astana Indoor Archery Championship in Kazakhstan. Their commendable skills on the archery field earned Pakistan its first-ever medal in any international recurve event.
During the competition held in Astana, Kazakhstan, Muhammad Sarfaraz stood proudly on the victory podium in the mixed team event after the qualification rounds, securing the bronze alongside Rahat Sultana. Muhammad Ilyas, the third member of the national team, extended congratulations to archers nationwide for this historic success, emphasizing the significance of participating in championships and earning medals as noteworthy achievements.
In his remarks, Muhammad Ilyas conveyed optimism about the future of archery in Pakistan, asserting that with government support, the sport could achieve even greater success. The historic bronze medal not only marks a significant milestone for Pakistan’s archery but also opens avenues for further excellence in the field.