Pakistan ranks second in South Asian Games 2019

Pakistan ranks second in South Asian Games 2019

Pakistan ranks second in South Asian Games 2019 |Pakistani players excel in safe games, second in medals. Pakistani players continue to excel in the South Asian Games 2019 and Pakistan is the second most medalist in the medals. In the South Asian Games in the Nepalese capital of Kathmandu, Mohammad Naeem won a gold medal in the 110-meter hurdles. He set the first position with a fixed distance of 14.5 in three zero seconds. It is clear that Pakistan has so far won 12 gold, 17 silver, and 25 bronze medals in the South Asian Games, followed by Nepal and India. On the other hand, the karate team, who made a name for Pakistan by reaching six gold, 8 silver, and 5 bronze medals, arrived in Lahore on Saturday night.

A reception is held at the Pakistan Sports Board Coaching Center in honor of the medalist Karate Kaz, where Pakistan Olympic Association President Syed Arif Hassan, secretary Khalid Mehmood, and other officials encourage medalists to present the best sports in Nepal. Will be present An announcement of cash prizes is also expected for these medalists. In karate, Shahida, Mohammed Owais, Saadi Abbas, and Noman Ahmed won gold medals, Nargis, Kulsoom, Sana Kausar, and Sabra bagged gold in the team event. In the men’s team event, Saadi Abbas, Naseer Ahmed, Baz Mohammad, Mohammad Awais, Shahbaz Khan, Murad Khan, and Rahmatullah won first place Pakar Gold Medal. Silver medalist karate cause includes Nematullah, Baz Mohammad, Mohammad Zafar, Sana Kausar, Kulsoom, Nargis; Shahida, Nargis and Gul Naz also received a silver medal in the team event. Murad Khan, Ikra Anwar, Sabra Gul, Naz Gul took bronze. Naseer Ahmed, Noman Ahmed and Nematullah Bronze medal in the Men’s Team Committee.