PU win In­ter-var­sity Swim­ming ti­tle

Pakistan Observer - - SPORTS -

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

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