- Pakistan’s Syed Muhammad secured a gold medal in the Wushu Championship.
- The event was part of the Peace and Friendship Games in Zahedan.
- Despite Muhammad’s success, three other Pakistani competitors earned silver medals.
Syed Muhammad of Pakistan demonstrated exceptional skills and secured a gold medal at the Wushu Championship hosted in Iran. The event is part of the Peace and Friendship Games held in Zahedan, featuring participants from various nations including Pakistan, Iran, Iraq, Afghanistan, and Sri Lanka.
Wushu, a renowned combat sport rooted in Chinese martial arts, witnessed Syed Muhammad’s victory as he triumphed over his Iranian counterpart in the 60 kg category during the finals.
However, three other Pakistani contenders couldn’t clinch titles against Iranian opponents in their respective final matches. Jafar Ali in the 56 kg class, Ehsanullah in the 65 kg class, and Mirwaiz in the 75 kg class secured silver medals.
Pakistan secured the runner-up position in the overall Wushu competition, with Iran achieving the top rank. Afghanistan secured the third spot, while Sri Lanka and Iraq claimed the fourth and fifth positions, respectively.