BIRMINGHAM – After a long wait, Pakistan won its first medal in the Commonwealth Games 2022 on Wednesday, when Shah Hussain Shah won a bronze medal in judo after defeating South African Thomas-Laszlo Breytenbach in Men’s -90 Kg event. Shah Hussain Shah played against Australia’s Harrison Cassar in the quarterfinals, and again he lost after an Ippon in the bronze-medal bout. The 20-year-old, son of Olympic bronze medalist boxer Hussain Shah, has also won two Gold medals for Pakistan in South Asian Games. Nasir Iqbal and Faiza Zafar secured a win in their Mixed Doubles squash event of the Commonwealth Games. England’s Jake Jarman claimed a fourth gold medal on the final day of gymnastics while compatriot Joe Fraser grabbed his third with victory in the parallel bars.
Source: The Nation August 04, 2022 09:32 UTC