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Pride of Pakistan: Kiran Khan

Kiran Khan is one of the first Pakistani female swimmers that have represented the country at the international forum. She caught the attention for the first time in 2001 National Games, where she claimed 7 Gold Medals, 3 Silver Medals, and 3 Bronze Medals. The more notable fact is that she was the youngest competitor at that time. Her jaw-dropping performance at such a young age earned her the title of the Golden Girl of the millennium. Pakistan swim team and the whole contingent at the 4th Islamic solidarity…

Pride of Pakistan: Jehangir Khan

The Game of squash was not meant for Jehangir khan from the town Neway Kelay, Peshawar. Jehangir Khan was declared weak and unfit for sport by doctors and was operated a couple of times for hernia. But hadn’t been for his father, Roshan, Jehangir wouldn’t have ever become a conqueror in the world of squash. Roshan’s support despite Jehangir’s ‘weak’ body played a key role in him becoming the youngest World Open winner at the age of 17 in 1981 by beating Geoff Hunt, one of the best then. Read More: Pride of Pakistan:…