Pakistan’s talented weightlifter Talha Talib gets reward 

 Pakistan’s talented weightlifter Talha Talib gets reward 
LAHORE - Shinning weightlifter Talha Talib, who narrowly missed out on winning an Olympic medal for Pakistan, starts receiving the rewards on his wonderful performance. According to information made available here, the 21-year-old finished fifth in the 67kg category with an overall impressive lifting of 320 KG weight and received US$1000 from the Chef De Mission and Director Army Sports Directorate Brig Zaheer Akhtar at Olympic village Tokyo. Appreciating the efforts of Talha Talib and other athletes participating in Tokyo Olympics, Brig Zaheer Akhtar said that the doors of army sports are open for every talented sports persons and our support will continue. He said that Talha Talib’s first appearance in Olympic shown his skills and abilities that he is upcoming star for Pakistan in the game of weightlifting.  

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