V SAF Games



At Colombo in 1991, in terms of medal tally India took the top spot as it had been doing since the inception of the SAF Games in 1984. India went on to improve from 61 gold medals won at Islamabad to 64 gold medals this time. Sri Lanka earned 44 showing a marked improvement in the performance which had been seen their players win only six gold medals at Islamabad . Indian weightlifters did India proud by winning three gold, the same number of silver and bronze medals in each category. A significant feature of the Colombo edition of the SAF Games was that all but two swimming records were shattered in the women's category. In fact swimming was dominated by Sri Lanka, in particular the cousins Jullian Bolling and Dipika Chanmugham. Between them they bagged 13 gold medals to rightly earn the titles of best sportsman and sportswoman of the games respectively. Sri Lankan women emerged winners of the volleyball event whereas women from Nepal bagged the title in table tennis. Pakistan won the gold medal in football leaving the basketball, table tennis (men), tennis (men and women) and volleyball gold for Indian players. Bhutan returned from Colombo empty-handed.

Participating Nations

7

Sports/Events

10
Athletics, Basketball, Boxing, Football, Shooting, Swimming, Table Tennis, Tennis, Volleyball and Weightlifting


The top three winners were: India, Sri Lanka and Pakistan


  Medal Tally of 5th SAF Games

Rank.
Nation
Medals
Gold
  Silver
  Bronze
Total

1

India
64
59
41
164

2

Sri Lanka
44
34
40
118

3

Pakistan
28
32
25
85

4

Bangladesh
4
8
28
40

5

Nepal
2
8
29
39

6

Maldives
0
1
0
1

7

Bhutan
0
0
0
0
Total
142
142
163
447


    Pakistan Medal Tally in 5th SAF Games

S.No.
Discipline
Medals
 Gold
Silver
Bronze
Total

1.

Athletics

8

5

6

19

2.

Basketball

-

1

-

01

3.

Boxing

8

1

1

10

4.

Football

1

-

-

01

5.

Shooting

-

2

-

02

6.

Swimming

-

4

4

08

7.

Table Tennis

-

1

4

05

8.

Tennis

-

1

7

08

9.

Volleyball

-

1

-

01

10.

Weightlifting

11

16

3

30

Total

28

32

25

85



S.No.
Player
Name of Event
Medal

   Athletics

1. 

Mr. Muhammad Sadaqat

400 Meters

Gold

2.

Mr. Nadir Khan

1500 Meters

Gold

3. 

Relay Team (Men)

4 x 400 M R

Gold

4.

Mr. Ghulam Abbas

110 M H

Gold

5.

Mr. Ghulam Abbas

400 M H

Gold

6.

Mr. Banarash Khan

Triple Jump

Gold

7. 

Mr. Ghufran Hussain

Shot Put

Gold

8. 

Mr. Muhammad Rasheed

Javelin Throw

Gold

9. 

Mr. Nadir Khan

800 M

Silver

10. 

Mr. Manik Khan

10000 M

Silver

11. 

Mr. Abdul Razzaq

110 M H

Silver

12. 

Mr. Muhammad Urfaq

Long Jump

Silver

13.

Mr. Salman Iqbal Butt

Discus Throw

Silver

14.

Mr. Ramzan Ali

800 Meters

Bronze

15.

Mr. Naheed Raza

10000 Meters

Bronze

16. 

Mr. Ehtasham Ul Haq

Shot Put

Bronze

17. 

Mr. Ehtasham Ul Haq

Discus Throw

Bronze

18. 

Ms. Shabana Akhtar

200 M

Bronze

19. 

Relay Team (Women)

4x100 M Relay

Bronze

   Basketball

1.

Pakistan Team

Basketball (Men)

Silver

   Boxing

1

Mr. Shah Nawaz

54 Kg

Gold

2

Mr. Zeghum Masil

57 Kg

Gold

3

Mr. Atta Ullah Durrani

63.5 Kg

Gold

4

Mr. Khyber Shah

67 Kg

Gold

5

Mr. Ibrar Hussain

71 Kg

Gold

6

Mr. Hussain Shah

81 Kg

Gold

7

Mr. Muhammad Asghar

91 Kg

Gold

8

Mr. Dildar Ahmed

Over 91 Kg

Gold

9

Mr. Tanvir Butt

75 Kg

Silver

10

Mr. Abid Ali

48 KG

Bronze

   Football

1.

Pakistan Team

Football(Men)

Gold

   Shooting

1

Mr. M. Abbas

Standard Pistol 60 Shot (Individual)

Silver

2

Team

Standard Pistol 60 Shot (Team)

Silver

   Swimming

1

Mr. Muhammad Maroof

200 M Free Style

Silver

2

Mr. Bilal Bukhsh

400 M Free Style

Silver

3

Mr. Arshad Mehmood

200 M Back Stroke

Silver

4

Relay Team (Men)

4x100 M Free Style Relay

Silver

5

Mr. Muhammad Maroof

100 M Free Style

Bronze

6

Mr. Arshad Mehmood

100 M Back Stroke

Bronze

7

Mr. Ghulam Muhammad

200 M Breast Stroke

Bronze

8

Relay Team (Men)

4x200 M Free Style Relay

Bronze

   Table Tennis

1

Team

Men's Team

Silver

2

M/s M. Nasim & T. Rasool

Women's Doubles

Bronze

3

Team

Women's Team

Bronze

4

M/s S. Ahmad &. W. Shahazad

Men's Doubles

Bronze

5

M/s B. Yasin & F. Saif

Men's Doubles

Bronze

   Tennis

1

M/s. Rashid Malik & Hamid-ul-Haq

Men's Doubles

Silver

2

Mr. M. Zia

Men's Single

Bronze

3

M/s. M. Khalid & M. Khaliq

Men's Doubles

Bronze

4

M/s. M. Zia & M. Khaliq

Men's Team

Bronze

5

M/s. F. Khrsheed

Women's Singles

Bronze

6

M/s. T. Montashan & F. Khursheed

Women's Team

Bronze

7

M/s. F. Khursheed & M. Zia

Mixed Doubles

Bronze

8

M/s. T. Montashan & M. Khalid

Mixed Doubles

Bronze

   Volleyball

1.

Pakistan Team

Volleyball (Men)

Silver

   Weightlifting

1

Mr. Muhammad Shafiq

Snatch - 60 Kg

       Gold

2

Mr. Q. Iftikhar

Snatch - 75 Kg

      Gold

3

Mr. G.D. Butt

Snatch - 82.5 Kg

      Gold

4

Mr. M.I.Butt

Snatch - 90 Kg

      Gold

5

Mr. Zafar Ali

Snatch - 100 Kg

      Gold

6

Mr. Zafar Ali

C & Jerk - 100 Kg

       Gold

7

Mr. Zafar Ali

Total - 100 Kg

      Gold

8

Mr. C.A.H. Kharral

Clean & Jerk - 110 Kg

      Gold

9

Mr. K Samiuddin

Snatch - Over 110 Kg

      Gold

10

Mr. K Samiuddin

Clean & Jerk - Over 110 Kg

      Gold

11

Mr. K Samiuddin

Total - 110 Kg

      Gold

12

Mr. M. A . Javed

Snatch - 56 Kg

       Silver

13

Mr. M. A . Javed

Clean & Jerk - 56 Kg

       Silver

14

Mr. M. A . Javed

Total - 56 Kg

       Silver

15

Mr. Muhammad Shafiq

Snatch - 60 Kg

       Silver

16

Mr. Muhammad Shafiq

Clean & Jerk - 60 Kg

      Silver

17

Mr. A. Dar

Snatch - 67.5 Kg

      Silver

18

Mr. A. Dar

Clean & Jerk - 67.5 Kg

      Silver

19

Mr. A. Dar

Total - 67.5 Kg

      Silver

20

Mr. Q. Iftikhar

Clean & Jerk - 75 Kg

      Silver

21

Mr. Q. Iftikhar

Total - 75 Kg

      Silver

22

Mr. G.D. Butt

Clean & Jerk - 82.5 Kg

      Silver

23

Mr. G.D. Butt

Total - 82.5 Kg

      Silver

24

Mr. M.I.Butt

Clean & Jerk - 90 Kg

      Silver

25

Mr. M.I.Butt

Total - 90 Kg

      Silver

26

Mr. C.A.H. Kharral

Snatch - 110 Kg

      Silver

27

Mr. C.A.H. Kharral

Total - 110 Kg

      Silver

28

Mr. Muhammad Farooq

Snatch - 52 Kg

      Bronze

29

Mr. Muhammad Farooq

C & Jerk - 52 Kg

      Bronze

30

Mr. Muhammad Farooq

Total - 52 Kg

      Bronze