VI SAF Games



In 1993, Dhaka became the first country in the history of the SAF Games to play hosts for the second time. These games, originally allotted to Kathmandu, were staged from December 20 to 27, 1993. Eleven disciplines were held. History repeated itself. Like all previous occasions, India returned with a bagful of medals. Out of the 137 medals bagged by India, 60 were gold, 46 silver and 31 bronze. Bhutan and the Maldives could not win a single gold medal. In athletics Ranjit Subasinghe of Sri Lanka created a new games record by running 800 metres in 1 minute 47.56 seconds. India 's Bahadur Singh created a record by running 10,000 metres in 29 minutes 30.23 seconds. Moilly Chakoo of India ran the 3000 metres in 9 minutes 29.01 seconds. In the team championships Nepal and Sri Lanka won gold medals in football and men's tennis respectively whereas Pakistan won the kabaddi championship and men's volleyball gold. India bagged the team title in the events of table tennis (men and women) volleyball (women) and men's table tennis.

Participating Nations

7

Sports/Events

11
Athletics, Boxing, Football, Judo, Kabaddi, Shooting, Swimming, Table Tennis, Tennis, Volleyball and Weightlifting


The top three winners were: India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka


  Medal Tally of 6th SAF Games

Rank.
Nation
Medals
Gold
  Silver
  Bronze
Total

1

India
60
46
31
137

2

Pakistan
23
22
20
65

3

Sri Lanka
20
22
39
81

4

Bangladesh
11
19
32
62

5

Nepal
1
6
15
22

6

Maldives
0
0
0
0

7

Bhutan
0
0
0
0
Total
115
115
137
367


    Pakistan Medal Tally in 6th SAF Games

S.No.
Discipline
Medals
 Gold
Silver
Bronze
Total

1.

Athletics

3

6

5

14

2.

Boxing

9

2

1

12

3.

Kabbadi

1

-

-

01

4.

Shooting

2

2

3

07

5.

Swimming

2

4

6

12

6.

Table Tennis

-

2

3

05

7.

Tennis

1

-

2

03

8.

Volleyball

1

-

-

01

9.

Wrestling

4

6

-

10

Total

23

22

20

65



S.No.
Player
Name of Event
Medal

   Athletics

1. 

Mr. Muhammad Amin

400 M H

Gold

2.

Mr. Ghufran Hussain

Shot Put

Gold

3. 

Ms. Shabana Akhtar

Long Jump

Gold

4.

Mr. Muhammad Sadaqat

400 Meters

Silver

5.

Mr. Zafar Iqbal

800 Meters

Silver

6.

Mr. Zafar Iqbal

1500 Meters

Silver

7. 

Mr. Muhammad Sidique

3000 M/S

Silver

8. 

Mr. Banaras Khan

Long Jump

Silver

9. 

Mr. Aqarab Abbas

Hammer Throw

Silver

10. 

Mr. Arif Hussain

200 M

Bronze

11. 

Mr. Muhammad Siddique

5000 M

Bronze

12. 

Mr. Abdul Razzaq

110 M H

Bronze

13.

Mr. Ghulam Abbas

400 M H

Bronze

14.

Mr. Muhammad Javed

Discus Throw

Bronze

   Boxing

1

Mr. Abdul Rashid Qambrani

48 Kg

Gold

2

Mr. Abdul Khaliq

54 Kg

Gold

3

Mr. Zeghum Masil

57 Kg

Gold

4

Mr. Arshad Hussain

60 Kg

Gold

5

Mr. Abdul Rashid Baloch

67 Kg

Gold

6

Mr. Khyber Shah

71 Kg

Gold

7

Mr. Tanvir Butt

75 Kg

Gold

8

Mr. Asghar Ali

81 Kg

Gold

9

Mr. Tauseef Tariq

91 Kg

Gold

10

Mr. Ali Muhammad Qambrani

51 Kg

Silver

11

Mr. Safarish Khan

Over 91 Kg

Silver

12

Mr. Muhammad Naseem

63.5 Kg

Bronze

   Kabbadil

1.

Pakistan Team

Kabaddi (Men)

Gold

   Shooting
1. 

Mr. Inamullah Khan

Free Pistol 60 Shots (Individual)

Gold

2.

Team

Free Pistol 60 Shots (Team)

Gold

3. 

Team

Air Pistol 60 Shots (Team)

Silver

4.

Mr. Sajid Iqbal

Free Pistol 60 Shots (Individual)

Silver

5.

Mr. Inamullah Khan

Air Pistol 60 Shots (Individual)

Bronze

6.

Team

Free Rifle 3 Position 3x40 Shots (Team)

Bronze

7. 

Team

Clay Target Skeet 125 Birds (Team)

Bronze

   Swimming

1

Mr. Kamal Salman Masood

400 M Free Style

Gold

2

Relay Team (Men)

4x200 M Free Style Relay

Gold

3

Mr. Mohammad Maroof

200 M Free Style

Silver

4

Mr. Kamal Salman Masood

1500 M Free Style

Silver

5

Mr. Arshad Mehmood

100 M Back Stroke

Silver

6

Mr. Kamal Salman Masood

400 M Medley

Silver

7

Mr. Mohammad Maroof

100 M Free Style

Bronze

8

Mr. Bilal Bukhsh

200 M Free Style

Bronze

9

Mr. Bilal Bukhsh

400 M Free Style

Bronze

10

Mr. Liaquat Ali

100 M Back Stroke

Bronze

11

Mr. Arshad Mehmood

200 M Back Stroke

Bronze

12

Relay Team (Men)

4x100 M Free Style Relay

Bronze

   Table Tennis

1

M/s Asim & Shahzad

Men's Doubles

Silver

2

Team

Men's Team

Silver

3

Mr. Asim Qureshi

Men's Singles

Bronze

4

Ms. Ghazala Roohi

Women's Singles

Bronze

5

Team

Women's Team

Bronze

   Tennis

1

Mr. Muhammad Khaliq

Men's Singles

Gold

2

Mr. Mushaf Zia

Men's Singles

Bronze

3

M/s M. Khalid & Rashid Malik

Men's Doubles

Bronze

   Volleyball

1.

Pakistan Team

Volleyball (Men)

Gold

   Wrestling

1

Mr. Muhammad Omar

Upto 68 Kg

Gold

2

Mr. M. Bashir Bhola Bhala

Upto 82 Kg

Gold

3

Mr. Liaquat Ali Khan

Upto 90 Kg

Gold

4

Mr. Abdul Majeed

Upto 130 Kg

Gold

5

Mr. Robin Masih

Upto 48 Kg

Silver

6

Mr. Maqsood Ahmed

Upto 52 Kg

Silver

7

Mr. Nasrullah

Upto 57 Kg

Silver

8

Mr. Hashim Ali

Upto 62 Kg

Silver

9

Mr. Mohammad Ashraf

Upto 74 Kg

Silver

10

Mr. Sohan Billa

Upto 100 Kg

Silver