Tolo News: Paralympian Afghan- American swimmer Abbas Karimi won the gold medal for the 50m butterfly and a silver medal in the 50m backstroke at an international competition held in the US, the Citi Para Swimming World Series USA 2023. Click here to read more (external link).
Ariana: Abbas Karami who was recently granted US citizenship after leaving Afghanistan in 2016, scooped his first gold as an American citizen in the men’s 50-meter butterfly S1-S7 in the Indianapolis 2022 Para Swimming World Series on Friday. Click here to read more (external link). Other Sports News Rashid Khan embarks on new innings, launches
Ariana: Afghan swimmer Abbas Karimi won a silver medal at the World Para Swimming Series tournament in Texas on Friday evening in the men’s 50m butterfly S5 category. The Afghan-born swimmer is competing as part of his bid to get into the Refugee Para Athletes Team for the Tokyo Olympics. Click here to read more
Ariana: Abbas Karimi, a 23-year-old Afghan refugee born without arms is showing the world that determination and perseverance does pay off as he proudly prepares for next year’s Paralympic swimming events in Tokyo. Click here to read more (external link).
Tolo News: Abbas Karimi, an 18-year-old Afghan swimmer, took gold in his category in the 50m backstroke on Friday night at the World Para Swimming Series in Indianapolis in the United States on Friday. The swimmer, from Parwan province, scooped two gold medals at last year’s World Para Swimming Series in the US. Click here to