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National Shooter G M Bashir to participate in ISSF President Cup
Sports Bulletin Report KARACHI: National Rifle Association of Pakistan (NRAP) will send the shooters in all the forthcoming Olympic qualifiers fixtures to get maximum presentation in the Paris Olympics 2024, said Secretary NRAP Razi Ahmed while speaking at the reception, which was held in honor of G M Bashir by Sindh Rifle Association (SRA) on Friday night. Secretary NRAP Razi further said:  "G M Bashir is the only Pakistani shooter, who won bronze medal at any world championship. G M Bashir and Gulfam Joseph have won the quotas for Paris Olympics which shows they are world class athletes. They need participation in international events till the 2024 Olympics so NRAP will send them to every event next year.” On this occasion, G M Bashir said: “I am going to participate in the International Shooting Sports Federation (ISSF) President's Cup in Egypt this month. This is a prestigious event in which world's top 12 shooters in different shooting disciplines are invited to show their game skills. I am very excited for participating this event. I will give my best in this event and would try to finish with respectable score”. It is pertinent to mention here that G M Bashir will be the second shooter after Khurrum Inam from Pakistan to participate in three Olympics. Also, he will be the second shooter from Pakistan to participate in the President's Cup as last year Gulfam Joseph qualified to this event. According to the latest international rankings by ISSF, G M Bashir has been ranked 7th in the 25 rapid fire pistol category. This is his career best ranking as well which he achieved after showing excellent performance at ISSF World Cup in Egypt recently. The ISSF President's Cup is the highest ranked event of the shooting world as athletes from 42 nations representing 43 ISSF Member Federations from all the continents have qualified to take part in the 2022 ISSF President’s Cup.
WBSC appoints Fakhar Shah as its Member Development Commission
Sports Bulletin Report LAHORE: President, Pakistan Baseball Federation (PBF) Syed Fakhr Ali Shah has been appointed as Member Development Commission of World Baseball & Softball Confederation (WBSC) on behalf of World Baseball Softball Confederation. According to available information, WBSC President Ricardo Ficari has issued a letter of appointment to him as a member of the Development Commission after the approval of the Executive Board. President WBSC Ricardo Ficari said: “Syed Fakhr Ali Shah's skills and knowledge of our game will be a great asset to the commission. It will be proven and I look forward to supporting the growth and success of our organization and myself. The chairman of this commission is Angelo Vicini and I offer my sincere congratulations on your appointment and in the meantime I wish you every success and hope that you will achieve success in your tenure”. Syed Fakhr Ali Shah said: “I thank the WBSC high-ups for giving me this honour. This position has been given for the first time in our region and it is a matter of honor for Pakistan and baseball circles”. Hamood Lakhvi, Secretary Sheikh Mazhar Ahmed, Khazin Tahir Mehmood, Women Wing Chairperson Sadia Alvi, Secretary A. Ayesha Aram, Head Coaches Mossadegh Hanif, Tariq Nadeem, Coach Aamir Imdad Bhatti, Media Manager Parvez Ahmed Sheikh, Legal Advisor Syed Fakhar Amir Kazmi, Office Secretary Shahid Raza and other provincial officials have congratulated Syed Fakhar Ali Shah on his appointment.
Student Olympic: Futsal, Cricket and Tug of War events conclude
Sports Report Hyderabad: Futsal, Throwball, Cricket and Tug of War competitions have concluded on the 3rd day of 2nd Students Olympic Games 2022 at Hyderabad. Director Sports, BISC, Larkana, Mohammad Ramzan Jamali, was the chief guest on the 3rd day of the games. President, Hyderabd Students Olympic Association, Irshad Ali Makhdoom and Secretary, Aisha Razzak were also present on the occasion. Results: Cricket Boys, Under-19 1st Position: Comprehensive Higher Secondary School 2nd Position: Foundation Public School Third Position: Degree College Qasimabad Futsal Under-13 (Boys) 1st Position: IBA Public School 2nd Position: Foundation Public School Futsal, Under-16 (Boys) 1st. Position: Foundation Public School 2nd Position: IBA Public School Futsal Under-16 (Girls) 1st Position: IBA Public School 2nd Position: Hayat School, Main Campus Futsal Under-19 (Girls) 1st Position: Hayat School, Main Campus 2nd Position: IBA Public School Throw-ball Under-13 (Girls) 1st Position: County Cambridge 2nd Position: Girls H/S Latifabad No 6 Throw-ball Under-16 (Girls) 1st Position: Hayat College Fatima Campus 2nd Position: IBA Public School Throw-ball, Under-19 Girls 1st Position: Shah Latif (G) Degree College 2nd Position: Hayat College Fatima Campus  Throw-ball Under-19 (Boys) 1st Position: Degree College Qasimabad 2nd Position: IBA Public School Tug of War: Under-13 (Boys) 1st Position: Foundation Public School 2nd Position: Al Qamar School Tug of War Under-16 (Boys) 1st Position: IBA Public School 2nd Position: Hayat School Main Campus Tug of War Under-13 (Girls) 1st Position: FG H/S Latifabad No 6 2nd Position: IBA Public School Tug of War Under-16 (Girls) 1st Position: IBA Public School 2nd Position: Hayat School Main Campus.
Coaching plays vital role in squash: says Salman Hashmi
Sports Bulletin Report ISLAMABAD: Former Pakistan squash player Salman Hashmi has viewed off that coaching in the game of squash plays a vital role to develop the game skills of a player. While talking to this reporter over his mobile from abroad he added that he played squash for his country and he was willing to train the budding players as a coach to contribute in the game of squash at international level. Salman's coaching background: Salman has been coaching for 8 years as a professional mentor. When Salman moved to United Arabs Emirates (UAE), he first performed the duties of coach in a United Kingdom Elite Squash for several years. Currently, Salman is the head squash coach at the prestigious Aviation Club. He has worked with players from beginner to pro level, including many Emirates’ top juniors. Dubai's unique location allows him to train with many top professional players, often serving as their hitting partner. Salman as a player: Salman first picked up a racquet at the age of six. Throughout his junior career, he was a top-ranked Pakistan Junior. Salman was selected to Pakistan at the 2014 World Junior Championships. 1. When did you start to play squash? My uncles played squash, so it was a family sport. I was six when the first time I stepped on the court and did not look back. There was no looking back. I was hooked. 2. What do you like most about the sport? I love the challenge of pushing myself at many different levels. You face physical, mental, tactical, and technical difficulties every time. I like the feeling of discovering ways to improve continually, either as a player or coach. 3. How long have you been coaching? I have been a coach for the last seven years, but I feel I have been coaching all my life, even as a player. 4. Why do you start coaching? It is satisfying to help people achieve their full potential and, in many cases, pass what they had wished for. I like to be part of the journey, knowing I was instrumental in my students' growth and growing myself, with them. I enjoy my work. 5. Who’s been your most substantial influence when coaching?  My family has taught me that there is no substitute for hard work and discipline. Without that base, no coaching can help you. As for style, I think everyone has their style, and it is a "kitchrey" of all the people you cross in your journey. 6. Can you describe the highlights of the job? I am especially interested in growing squash; when I teach, I hope I plant a seed for my student to one day go into the world, not just enjoying squash but introducing squash to others. I especially love to teach "first-timers" and younger children. It's very satisfying. 7. Who do you most admire in the sport? There are too many people in the list. I consider how the players from the last generation played for passion and honor. Jahangir Khan will have to be at the top of the list, not just for his incredible playing achievements but his journey of overcoming challenging obstacles. 8. What would you say is your unique coaching style? I believe my strength is connecting with the player – and unlocking the potential they know they have – but cannot tap it. Of course, I am a technical coach – teaching fundamentals – but I think the best coaches know how to push their students to new heights. 9. How the discipline plays role in the life of a player? Discipline is everything. Without discipline, there is nothing important. Discipline on court, in fitness, in nutrition, in your everyday life – discipline everywhere. If you master discipline, you can master anything your opponent throws at you. 10. What are your best memories of coaching? My best memory is defenality coaching my brother Farhan Hashmi who reached the quarterfinals in the World Junior Championships held in Malaysia. In the same year, in 2019 Farhan also won the Asian Junior Championships. We spent countless hours throughout the months getting ready for these Championships. He performed well and exceeded all goals and expectations. 11. What will you give message to budding squash kids? It's a great sport to play. It will challenge you in many ways, but you will love it. But always remember to have fun. Enjoy what you do; always. This game will also take you internationally all over the world, which introduces you to new cultures and making new friends.
National FAST-5 Netball Coaching and Umpiring Course Concludes
Sports Bulletin Report KARACHI: FAST-5 National Netball Coaching and Umpiring Course concluded here at Pakistan Sports Board’s Coaching Center that has started on November 4 at the same venue. Pakistan Netball Federation (PNF) organized this course in collaboration with the Pakistan Sports Board (PSB), in which 45 coaches and umpires participated and upgraded their knowledge about the new rules of netball. President PNF. Mudassar Arain graced the closing ceremony as a chief guest and awarded the certificates among the successful participants. Syed Gohar Raza, Secretary, PNF, Anwar Ahmed, and other dignitaries were also present on this eve. Result Men (Umpiring): 1st Position:  Nazakat Ali Khan (Navy) 2nd Position: Areeb Hussain (Sindh) 3rd Position: Mohammad Imran (Army) Result Women (Coaching): 1st Position: Muqadas Fatima (Danish School) 2nd Position: Ume Laila Kulsoom (Wapda) 3rd Position: Iqra Shafiq (Sindh) & Nisha Sultan (Wapda) Result Men (Coaching): 1st Position:  Asad (Navy) & Waqar Ahmed (Sindh) 2nd Position: Mohammad Khursheed (Army), Jamshed Ali (Navy) & Balach Khan (Blouchistan) 3rd Position: Masoom Abbass (Wapda).
AIPS Asia elects Amjad Aziz Malik its unopposed Secretary General
SPORTS BULLETIN REPORT Rome (Italy):-Asian Sports Journalists Federation (ASJF) has elected unopposed South Korea's Hee Don Jung and Amjad Aziz Malik its president and secretary respectively for next four-year term. Amjad Aziz became the only Asian journalist, who got this slot back-to-back for third time. ASJF meeting held Rome the capital city of Italy, as 23 representatives of Asian member countries participated in the meeting out of 30 nations. There was a contest for the presidency between South Korea's Hee Don Jung and Malaysia's Ahmad Khwari Isa, but the Malaysian candidate withdrew from the South Korean candidate, after which Hee Dong Jung was elected president unopposed. Saudi Arabia's Adel Al Zahrani was elected First Vice President by the House. After two candidates withdrew their nominations, the election of five vice-presidents was also unopposed. Among those elected are Mubarak Al-Boainin of Qatar, Khalil Haider of Kuwait, Ahmad Khawari Isa of Malaysia, Sabanayakan of India and  Meisam Zamanabadi of Iran . No other candidate has submitted nomination papers for the post of Secretary General, Amjad Aziz Malik of Pakistan, so he became the Secretary of AIPS ASIA for the third time. He is the first Pakistani and Asian journalist to be elected for the third consecutive time. Niranjan Rajbansi of Nepal was elected as treasurer after Sato of Mongolia withdrew his nomination for the post of treasurer. Candidates from 15 countries had submitted nominations for eight seats in the Executive Committee, but after seven countries withdrew their papers, the officials who were declared elected include Hiroki Shoda of Japan, Sanat Babla of Bangladesh, Safwan Abu Shanab of Palestine,Oman's Ahmed Saif Al Kaabi, Macau's Nim Seong Fong, Chinese Taipei's Helen Chi, Yemen's Abdulsalam Hamoud Ali Saud and Kazakhstan's Ilyas Omarov. President Hee Don Jung said: “All resources will be utilized for the development of sports journalism in Asia. National sports journalist organizations of Asian countries should organize annual events regularly and focus on training young sports journalists”.
Raja Khalid Janjua inducted into US Martial Arts Hall of Fame
SPORTS BULLETIN REPORT ISLAMABAD:-Shihan Raja Khalid Janjua became the first Pakistani to be inducted into the “US Martial Arts Hall of Fame". Raja Khalid is also the first Pakistani Kyokushin Karate Master to receive a VI-Don World Action Black Belt from Japan and got a place in the Martial Arts Hall of Fame. Raja Khalid said that he earned this honor with the prayers of his parents, the nation and his hard work. “Joining the USA Hall of Fame is a matter of honor for the entire country and I dedicate this achievement to the people affected by the floods. Along with this honor, I have also got the result of my dedication and hard work,” he added.  Raja further said, “There is no shortage of talent in Pakistan. In Bahria Town, Islamabad, Phase 4, Headquarter of the Federation has constructed a world-class facility for the peoples of Pakistan to serve the nation namely Raja Martial Arts and Fitness Centre. Headquarters has been built to serve the country and the nation, “he maintained. "After joining the Hall of Fame, my ambitions have become higher. At this historical moment of the “USA Martial Arts Hall Of Fame” ceremony in New York USA along with sports’ personalities Jim Thomas, Shelley Williams, Lita B Kaufman were also present, “Raja concluded.  
Wajah wins Inter-Schools Rope Skipping Championship
SPORTS BULLETIN Karachi:-Wajah Hussein claimed the top position in the Boys’ Event of the 2nd National Inter-Schools Rope Skipping Championship 2022 that held under the banner of Pakistan Rope Skipping Federation (PRSF) in collaboration with Happy Home School. As many as 180 boys and girls from different 25 schools participated in the National Rope Skipping Championship. The opening ceremony started with the reception of the Holy Quran and the National Anthem. Happy Home School students demonstrate wonderful display Rope skipping skills. Director Program Happy Home School Dr. Malha Ahmed welcomed all guests and players. Chief Guest Hydir Ali all Sindh private schools and chief executive Happy Home School prize distribution successful player Shariq Siddiqui General Secretary Pakistan Rope Skipping Federation thank full all guest and players for success full championship. Pakistan Rope Skipping Federation’s senior vice President and president Karachi Rope Skipping Association Raja Naveed and President Karachi Olympic Azmat Pasha were also present on this occasion. Results: (Girls): 1. Position Nesra School  2. Aga khan school Results: (Boys): 1. Wajah Hussein 2. Happy Home School
National Inter-School Rope Skipping Championship on September 15
SPORTS BULLETIN Karachi:-The 2nd National Inter-School Rope Skipping Championship will be held on September 15 and 16, 2022 under the supervision of Pakistan Rope Skipping Federation (PRSF) in with the collaborations of Happy Home School System (HHSS). According to an official of PRSF, it is expected 16 schools including 5 governments and 7 have confirmed their entries for the competitions. Agha Khan Morning Shift, Habib Public School, Fatimiyah Education Network, Meritorious Matric and Juniors, Sun Academy, City School and Aga Khan School College have confirmed their participation.
FBBA announces schedule of National Women Championship
ABDUL JABBAR FAISAL Federal Basketball Association (FBBA) has revealed the schedule of the National Basketball Women’s Championship, which will be played from October 3 t0 7, 2022 at Laiquat Gymnasium, Pakistan Sports Complex Islamabad, as Islamabad will face Lahore in the opening fixture of the championship, which will be held under the banner of Pakistan Basketball Federation (PBBF). According to an official of  FBBA, as many as eight teams will fight for the top honour during the 5-day national basketball competitions. Eight teams have been divided into two pools, as the Pakistan WAPDA, Karachi, Rawalpindi and Quetta are bracketed in Pool A while Pakistan Army, Lahore, Peshawar and hosts Islamabad are in Pool B. Each two teams from both groups will qualify for the semifinals, which will be played on October 6 at the same venue while 3rd position play-off and final will be played on October 7, 2022.  Pool A: WAPDA, Karachi, Rawalpindi, Quetta Pool B: Army, Lahore, Islamabad, Peshawar Schedule: Venue: Laiquat Gymnasium, Pakistan Sports Complex October 3, 2022 (Day-1): Lahore vs Islamabad at 4:00 pm Karachi vs Rawalpindi at 5:00 pm WAPDA vs Quetta at 6:00 pm Army vs Peshawar at 7:00 pm October 4, 2022 (Day-2) WAPDA vs Rawalpindi at 4:00 pm Army vs Islamabad at 5;00 pm Karachi vs Quetta at 6:00 pm Lahore vs Peshawar 7:00 pm October 5, 2022 (Day-3) WAPDA vs Karachi at 4:00 pm Rawalpindi vs Quetta at 5:00 pm Islamabad vs Peshawar at 6:00 pm Army vs Lahore at 7:00 pm October 6, 2022 (Day-4) Winners Group A vs Runner-ups Group B at 5:00 pm Winners Group B vs Runner-ups Group B at 6:00 pm October 7, 2022 (Day-5): Third position match at 4:00 pm Championship match (final) at 6:00 pm