4 Pak­istani swim­mers qual­ify for Rio Olympics

Pakistan Observer - - SPORTS -

ISLAMABAD—Four swim­mers will be rep­re­sent­ing Pak­istan in the Olympic Games sched­uled to be held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil from Au­gust 5 to 21.

Ac­cord­ing to the Pak­istan Swim­ming Fed­er­a­tion (PSF), the swim­mers have been se­lected to rep­re­sent Pak­istan in Olympics af­ter the (FINA) In­ter­na­tional Swim­ming World Rank­ing points earned by na­tional play­ers in the 16th World Cham­pi­onship held Kazan Rus­sia (Olympic qual­i­fi­ca­tion round).

The four swim­mers to go for Olympics in­clude Lianna Swan (1046 points), Har­ris Bandey (1044 points), Saad Amin (1041 points) and An­num Bandey (908 points).

Lianna earned 479 points in 50m Breast­stroke while 567 in 50m Freestyle. Har­ris clinched 514 points in 200m IM and 530 in 400m Freestyle.

Saad took 508 and 533 points in 50m Freestyle and 50m But­ter­fly, re­spec­tively. An­num got 432 points in 100m Breast­stroke and 476 points in 200m Breast­stroke.—APP

QUETTA: Play­ers com­pet­ing in a match dur­ing All Balochis­tan Haji Talib Hus­sain Hazara Memo­rial Squash Tour­na­ment.

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