Pakistan wrestlers set to light up South Asian Games (SAG)


Wrestling has been the best and medal winning game of Pakistan the past years. Also, the national grapplers are relied upon to dazzle in the thirteenth South Asian Games which will start in Nepal from December 1, 2019.

Pakistan is sending seven wrestlers in this occasion and two authoritie figures. The wrestling squad will continue to Kathmandu on December 3. The draws will be held on December 5 and the occasion will be led from December 6-9.

In the last SAG in India in 2016, Pakistan had lifted two gold, four silver and one bronze medals yet this time a senior authority of Pakistan Wrestling Federation (PWF) anticipates four gold decorations from his squad.

“This time I anticipate four gold awards,” PWF secretary Arshad Sattar told on Wednesday. The nation’s exceptionally experienced wrestler Mohammad Inam, Youth Olympics bronze medallist Inayatullah and Inam’s cousin Mohammad Bilal will be focus of fascination in the rivalries.

Be that as it may, Pakistani wrestlers may confront extreme time from Indian wrestlers as India has improved a great deal in the game.




  1. Mohammad Bilal (61kg)

  2. Inayatullah (70kg)

  3. Abdul Rehman (79kg) 

  4. Umair Ahmad (86kg) 

  5. Mohammad Inam Butt (92kg) 

  6. Tayyab Raza (97kg)

  7. Zaman Anwar (125kg)


Sohail Rashid (coach)

Saqlain Zahoor Raja (manager)

Arshad Sattar (secretary PWF)

Mohammad Riaz (referee)

Mohammad Anwar (referee)


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