History-making javelin thrower Arshad Nadeem created another record as he hit 88.55m at the Islamic Solidarity Games in Konya. Arshad made the record despite living through a very painful elbow injury along with a soft tissue trauma in the knee that has been troubling him for the last few months. The 25-year-old has made a huge leap from his last appearance at the Games in 2017. He had thrown 76.66m in the 2017 edition and produced event’s best in Konya with gold-winning 88.55m feat. ECI reports, citing Tribune.