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 338 International matches and three Olympics and
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 338 International matches and three Olympics and won Bronze in the 1992 Olympic. Mansoor Ahmed played three consecutive World Cups and won 1994 World Cup Hockey Championship (world Cup).
He is also the winner of Silver medal in 1990 world Cup Hockey Championship. He has played ten Champions Trophies and won Gold medal in 1994. He played three Asian Games and won gold in 1990 Beijing (China). In his career he earned 12 gold, 12 silver and 8 bronze medals in international hockey tournaments.
Mansoor was declared ‘All Asian Stars Hockey Team’ member in 1996 and also was declared World Eleven Hockey team member in 1994. His glories made him rise above the sky by becoming World's best goalkeeper and declared by FIH in 1994. He stood 4 times best goalkeeper of the tournament in his lifetime career.
Currently, Mansoor is involved in hockey as a coach. He was the National hockey coach of Pakistan junior hockey team in 2000. He was appointed as specialist goal keeper coach of Bangladesh national hockey team in 2014. He was also appointed director of Pakistan hockey federation hockey Academies in 2010. He is holding the degree of High Performance Coaching Diploma.
Besides a player, Mansoor Ahmad is a social activist and work as ambassador with different organizations like "Right to play" and "Athlete Ambassador". He was also announced as ambassador for no smoking campaign by Government of Pakistan. He has the honour to be appointed as speaker for Doha Football world cup 2022 in Qatar. He was also invited as a guest for special Olympics Los Angeles 2015.
In 1988, Government of Pakistan awarded him President’s Award for his outstanding performance in the field of hockey. He was also Awarded, Pride of Performance, (Highest civil award) in 1994.