Pak archer hailed for selection in WAA’s coaching program  

 Pak archer hailed for selection in WAA’s coaching program  
LAHORE - The Pakistan Archery Federation (PAF) has heaped praise on Pakistan archery team captain Hafiz Abdur Rehman for having been selected by World Archery Asia (WAA) to join the advanced and elite level coaching program representing Pakistan. “The Pakistan Archery Federation feels proud to announce that one of its players been selected for the advanced level and elite level coaching program,” said a release issued by PAF on Wednesday. PAF President Syed Arif Hasan and Secretary Zulfiqar Butt congratulated the talented archer from Jhang and hoped it would turn out to be a great opportunity. He was among the only four archers selected for the elite course out of many aspirants from different Asian countries. Abdur Rehman, who also plays for Wapda, said the elite course would be conducted online, possibly next week, due to COVID-19 restrictions and added he was elated to have this opportunity and look forward to get his skills and precision improved further.

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