PU win Inter-varsity Swimming title
LAHORE—Showing all round skills and vast stamina Punjab University ace swimmer Sami Ullah dazzled with unmatched performance to win a dozen of finals to lead his university to title victory in the Pakistan inter varsity swimming championship here on Friday at University of Engineering and Technology pool.
Sami was the main attraction of the event and remained unchallengeable with his awesome form and performance in the pool. He was declared the best swimmer of the meet.
The winners collected 278 points in the competition held under the aegis of Sports Board Punjab (SBP). Vice-Chancellor UET and Dean Civil Engineering Prof Dr Abdus Sattar Shakir was the chief guest on this occasion. Chairman UET Sports Board and Dean Chemical Engineering Prof Dr Nadeem Feroze and Director Tournament Mohammad Tanveer were also present on this occasion. —APP his faith and playing a full day of international cricket for a team sponsored by a beer company. “I don´t think it is difficult to balance professional sports with practising your faith,” insisted the South Africa legspinner. “It is very easy if you follow the right path.”
Imran Tahir is one of five Muslims to have been selected for the South African squad taking part in the tri-nation ODI series with the West Indies and Australia