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Hall of Fame - Sports

Hall of Fame section of this website is dedicated to highlight those Pakistani individuals who have become celebrated in their respective fields and made successes of them across the globe. If you think you meet the qualities to be a Pride of Pakistan or you know someone who does, you are welcome to submit the profile with photo in jpeg or gif format and 600x350 pixels in size. Remeber you have to Register /Login to do so.

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Baadshah Pehalwan Khan

Born on 9 September 1993 in Wah, Baadshah Pehalwan Khan is the only Pakistani professional wrestler representing Pakistan in professional...

Mudassar Nazar

Former Test cricketer for Pakistan, Mudassar Nazar was born in Lahore on 6 April 1956. After retiring from professional cricket, he has had a number of administrative position...

Shoaib Mohammad

Born on 8 January 1961 in Karachi, a right-handed batsmen Shoaib Mohammad is the son of former Pakistani cricketer Hanif Mohammad. He played in 45 Tests and 63 ODIs from 1983 ...

Mushtaq Mohammad

Former Pakistani cricketer, Mushtaq Mohammad was born on 22 November 1943 in Karachi. As a child he attended the Church Mission School (CMS) in Karachi. A right-handed batsman...

Maria Toorpakay Wazir

Maria Toorpakay Wazir hails from South Waziristan, (FATA) a tribal region in northwest Pakistan, bordering Afghanistan. She was born into a Pashtun family on November 22, 1990...

Aaqib Javed

A cricketer and coach, Aaqib Javed was born on 5 August 1972 in Sheikhupura and was educated at Islamia College Lahore. He was a right-handed fast-medium pace bowler with the ...

Mansoor Ahmed

Flag carrier of the Pakistani Contingent in 1996 Atlanta, USA Olympics, Mansoor Ahmed played as a Goalkeeper and Captain of Pakistan hockey team from 1986 to 2000. He played 3...

Mohammad Amir

A left-arm fast bowler, Mohammad Amir was born in 1992 in the remote village of Changa Bangial, Gujjar Khan. He was the second youngest of seven children and was born in a Guj...