Pakistani shooter Kashmala Talat has qualified for the Paris 2024 Olympics by winning a silver medal at the Asian Shooting Championship on Monday. The championship was held in Jakarta, Indonesia, and Talat came in second in the Women’s 10m Air Pistol event with a score of 236.6 points.
The Pakistan Olympic Association released a statement congratulating Talat on her achievement. The statement also highlighted the fact that Talat’s qualification for the Olympics is a significant milestone for Pakistani sports.
Talat’s success is a testament to the hard work and dedication she has put into her training. She has been competing at the international level for several years and has won numerous medals for Pakistan. However, her qualification for the Paris 2024 Olympics is undoubtedly the most significant achievement of her career so far.
Talat’s success has also brought attention to the sport of shooting in Pakistan. While the sport is not as popular as cricket or football, many talented shooters in the country are working hard to make their mark on the international stage.
Talat’s qualification for the Olympics is a source of pride for Pakistan and is sure to inspire other young athletes to pursue their dreams.