RIO DE JANEIRO : The world is showing their sports power in Rio and now we Pakistanis have something to celebrate because Pakistani Athlete Haider Ali successfully bagged Bronze medal at the Rio Paralympics 2016.
The 32-year-old all-rounder athlete won the first Bronze medal for the country this year at the men’s long jump category by managing a distance of 6.28 metres.
China’s Shang Guangxu stood victorious with 6.77 making a world record at the Paralympic Games while Brazil’s Mateus Evangelista Cardoso made it to second place with 6.53 metres
The star athlete also shared the joy on his social media account after winning Bronze. Ali in his Facebook status wrote: “I won the bronze medal, thanks to Allah.”