Malam Jabba woman skeeter accident reporter live
MINGORA: At the peak of the scenic Malam Jabba ski resort, a tea stall server waits with warm fritters and French fries for tourists about to step down from the cable cars.
They thank the man behind the stove after sipping at hot tea and biting into the fritters. However, what they do not know about him is that this man is an eight-time national gold medalist.
Asmat Ali, 25, is a professional skier from the Swat valley, currently working at a tea stall at the ski resort. Malam Jabba is a hill station in the Hindu Kush and boasts having the only ski slope and resort in the country.
Like hundreds of other skiers in Malam Jabba, Mr Ali learned to ski when he was a child on the slopes of his hometown.