Pakistani Athletes Win 18 Gold Medals at Special Olympics World Games 2019

Pakistani athletes have brought pride to the nation by winning 61 medals, including 18 gold, 28 silver, and 15 bronze medals, at the Special Olympics World Games 2019.

A total of 92 Pakistani athletes participated in the games which are being held in Abu Dhabi from March 14 to 21.

Here is the list of all the golds won at the competition.

Athlete Game
Shumaila Rubab 200m
Maham Zehra 2km Cycling
Imran Ghaffar 2km Cycling, 5km Cycling
Hur Mushtaq 1500m
Hur Mushtaq, Noman Riaz, Ammar Shahid, and Zohib Shahid 4x100m
Farzana Rehmat Shotput, Long Jump
Ammar Shahid High Jump
Samreen Fazal 500m Cycling
Amber Ikhlaq 3000m
Ahtisham Ahsan, Muhammad Khizar, Ghulam Nabi, Muhammad Anas, Muhammad Waseem Riaz, Tayyab Siddique, Raja Fahad, and Muhammad Husnain 7 a side – Men’s Football
Imran Arif Powerlifting
Faisal Khan Tennis (Singles)
Sajida Bibi Tennis (Singles)
Sajida Bibi and Eraj Tennis (Doubles)
Hina Arif and Nimra Tariq Bocce Doubles
Muhammad Anas and Muhammad Faraz Bocce Doubles

It has been a truly remarkable return for the special athletes from Pakistan, making the country proud at the global stage.

The question arises, why aren’t the regular athletes from Pakistan able to perform well at the leading international events like Olympics?

Feature Writer

  • “The question arises, why aren’t the normal athletes from Pakistan able to perform well at the leading international events like Olympics?”

    This statement needs to be changed to ‘Why aren’t ‘regular’ athletes from Pakistan…’ as writing ‘normal athletes’ you’re effectively saying the athletes mentioned in the article are abnormal which derogatory and has a negative connotation.

  • Dear, I am representing Special Olympics Pakistan. Could you please confirm who had given this information and image. I would like to inform you that this image is not from the World Games 2019 but from 2015. Please always coordinate with our Media Manager before publishing any information about SOP. Regards Nauman

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