Punjab maintains winning streak in Quaid-i-Azam Games

Islamabad—Punjab maintained its winning streak throughout the Quaid-i-Azam Inter Provincial Games and on the final day of the event bagged a total of 2641 points and 136 medals.
Punjab bagged 61 gold, 43 silver and 41 bronze medals followed by KPK 2nd (20 gold, 17 silver and 41 bronze medals) and Sindh 3rd (18 gold, 22 silver and 33 bronze medals).
Islamabad (42 medals, 897 points), Balochistan (56 medals, 799 points), and Fata (32 medals, 348 points) stood fourth, fifth and sixth on the table, respectively.
In athletics (men), Punjab grabbed 26 medals (10 gold, 11 silver, 5 bronze); Balochistan 6 medals (2 gold, 2 silver, 2 bronze) and KPK 7 medals (3 silver, 4 bronze).
In badminton (men), Punjab got 4 medals (3 gold, 1 bronze), Islamabad 3 medals (2 silver, 1 bronze) and KPK 3 medals (1 silver, 2 bronze).
In boxing (men), Sindh collected 5 medals (3 gold, 2 bronze), Balochistan 7 medals (1 gold, 2 silver, 4 bronze) and Punjab 5 medals (1 gold, 2 silver, 2 bronze).
In Football (Men), Islamabad won a gold medal, KPK bagged a silver medal and Punjab got a bronze medal. In the Football (Women), Sindh won a gold medal, Punjab got silver while GB took a bronze medal.
In Hockey (Men), Punjab got a gold medal, KPK took silver while Balochistan bagged a bronze medal. In Hockey (Women) Punjab took a gold medal, Islamabad grabbed silver while Balochistan got a bronze medal.
In Judo (men), Punjab secured 10 medals (6 gold, 2 silver, 2 bronze), Fata 8 medals, 73 points (2 gold, 2 silver, 4 bronze), KPK 9 medals, 65 points (1 gold, 2 silver, 6 bronze) and Sindh 5 medals (3 silver, 2 bronze).
In Karate (men), Sindh 8 medals (6 silver, 2 bronze), KPK 8 medals (5 gold, 3 bronze) and Balochistan 7 medals (2 gold, 3 silver, 2 bronze).
In Squash (men), KPK stood first with 64 points, Punjab second with 36 points and Sindh third with 28 points.
In table tennis (men), Punjab topped the table with 85 points, KPK stood second 80 points while Sindh was third with 60 points.
In taekwondo (men), GB topped the table with 65 points, KPK stood second 50 points while Fata was third with 50 points.
In tennis (men), KPK stood first with 105 points and 3 medals, Islamabad was second with 75 points and 4 medals while Punjab took the third spot with 35 points and 3 medals.
In volleyball, Punjab topped the table with 210 points, KPK stood second 150 points while Islamabad was third with 100 points.
In wrestling (men), Punjab stood first with 115 points and 8 medals, KPK was second with 50 points and 8 medals while Islamabad took the third spot with 50 points and 6 medals.—APP

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