June 27 (Reuters) – Qatari runner Abdalelah Haroun, who won the bronze award in the 400 meters occasion at the 2017 World Championships, passed on Saturday in a fender bender, the worldwide administering assortment of sports said refering to media reports.
He was 24 years of age. The previous world junior boss had been expecting to meet all requirements during the current year’s Tokyo Olympics, however he was going through recovery following a physical issue.메이저사이트
Qatar Olympic Committee President Sheik Joaan canister Hamad receptacle Khalifa al-Thani said in a tweet they had lost a “chivalrous Qatari sprinter” in a sad mishap, without giving subtleties.
Haroun was brought into the world in Sudan and procured the option to address Qatar in 2015, that very year that he made his advancement when he caught the Asian 400m title at 18 years old and set an Asian Under-20 record of 44.27.
He won the Asian indoor title the next year and asserted a silver at the World Indoor Championships in Portland, prior to proceeding to contend in the Rio Olympic Games.
Haroun turned into the main Asian world 400m medallist in 2017, when he asserted the bronze award behind South Africa’s Wayde van Niekerk and Steven Gardiner of the Bahamas in London.
He is Qatar’s public record-holder with a best season of 44.07 set in 2018. (Detailing by Shrivathsa Sridhar in Bengaluru; Editing by Simon Cameron-Moore)