Top Ten Sporting Events Of 2015
AB De Villiers makes history
Swashbuckling South African AB de Villiers struck the fastest century in one-day international cricket, taking 31 balls to pass the milestone against the West Indies at The Wanderers.
Proud moment for Pakistani bodybuilder
Former Mr. Pakistan and one of the country’s prominent body builders Atif Anwar won the Arnold Classic Body Building competition.
Wahab’s fiery pace rattles Watson in World Cup
Who can forget the fiery spell of Pakistan’s Wahab Riaz in a match against Australia in the ICC World Cup 2015. Though the Aussies won the World Cup after defeating New Zealand in the final by seven wickets at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, but Wahab’s spell is remembered to date for its class!
International cricket revived in Pakistan after six years
Zimbabwe cricket team landed in Pakistan, becoming the first Test-playing nation to visit the militancy-wracked South Asian country in six years to play a one day and T20 series.
US wins FIFA Women’s World Cup
Carli Lloyd led from the front as the United States won the FIFA Women’s World Cup for a third time with a crushing 5-2 victory over Japan.
Pakistani athletes shine in Special Olympics
Pakistani athletes bagged 33 medals in the Special Olympics 2015 at Los Angeles.
FIFA president suspended over corruption
FIFA’s ethics watchdog suspended world body president Sepp Blatter and UEFA leader Michel Platini after they were named in a Swiss corruption case.
Younis Khan becomes highest Test run scorer for Pakistan
Younis Khan becomes the highest test run scorer for Pakistan. He raised his run tally to 8852, overtaking Miandad as Pakistan’s highest run-getter in test cricket. He went on to complete 9,000 Test runs in the second test against England in October.
First ever day-night Test match played
The first ever day and night test match at Adelaide was played between Australia and New Zealand in which the host nation emerged victorious.
PSL dream comes true
The dream of Pakistan having its own cricket super league finally bore fruition when the much-awaited and much-hyped Pakistan Super League was launched.
The league will feature five teams Karachi Kings, Peshawar Zalmi, Islamabad United, Lahore Qalandars, Quetta Gladiators and will be played at United Arab Emirates in February next year.