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Afghanistan’s Shah Mahmood Noor Zahi Competes at Tokyo Olympics

Afghan Sprinter Shah Mahmood Noor Zahi competed in the men’s 100 meters race in Tokyo Olympics on Saturday, setting a new national record, the National Olympics Committee said.
 
He ran the distance in 11.4 seconds and stood in the seventh position in the preliminary heats, the National Olympic Committee said.

He was the last Afghan athlete to compete in this year's Olympics games.

On Friday, Kimia Yousofi from Afghanistan competed in the women’s 100 meters race in Tokyo Olympics, setting a new national record, the committee said.

She ran the distance in 13.29 seconds and stood in the seventh position in the preliminary heats, the committee said.

Kimia’s previous record was 13.33 seconds, according to the Olympics committee. It was Yousofi’s second Olympics.

Five Afghan athletes entered the Tokyo Olympics. 

On Sunday, Mahdi Yovari, an Afghan in Tokyo competing in the shooting category, was eliminated. His score was 601.4 points, and he did not qualify for the next round. 

Yovari came in 47th place in the competition, Afghanistan’s National Olympic Committee confirmed on Sunday. 

On Tuesday, Farzad Mansouri, an Afghan taekwondo athlete also lost to his South Korean rival in the competition. 

Mahmood Noorzahi, an Afghan competitor in the athletics competition has not yet competed in the Olympic Games.

Afghanistan’s Shah Mahmood Noor Zahi Competes at Tokyo Olympics

Noor Zahi ran the distance in 11.4 seconds and stood in the seventh position in the preliminary heats.

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Afghan Sprinter Shah Mahmood Noor Zahi competed in the men’s 100 meters race in Tokyo Olympics on Saturday, setting a new national record, the National Olympics Committee said.
 
He ran the distance in 11.4 seconds and stood in the seventh position in the preliminary heats, the National Olympic Committee said.

He was the last Afghan athlete to compete in this year's Olympics games.

On Friday, Kimia Yousofi from Afghanistan competed in the women’s 100 meters race in Tokyo Olympics, setting a new national record, the committee said.

She ran the distance in 13.29 seconds and stood in the seventh position in the preliminary heats, the committee said.

Kimia’s previous record was 13.33 seconds, according to the Olympics committee. It was Yousofi’s second Olympics.

Five Afghan athletes entered the Tokyo Olympics. 

On Sunday, Mahdi Yovari, an Afghan in Tokyo competing in the shooting category, was eliminated. His score was 601.4 points, and he did not qualify for the next round. 

Yovari came in 47th place in the competition, Afghanistan’s National Olympic Committee confirmed on Sunday. 

On Tuesday, Farzad Mansouri, an Afghan taekwondo athlete also lost to his South Korean rival in the competition. 

Mahmood Noorzahi, an Afghan competitor in the athletics competition has not yet competed in the Olympic Games.

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