Pakistan sweep skiing competition in Korea

Noor Muhammad and Shah Hussain of Naltar Ski School win gold and silver medals at Dream Programme – 2013.

Web Desk January 21, 2013
Noor Muhammad (L) won the gold medal and Shah Hussain (R) won the silver medal at the skiing event.

ISLAMABAD: Pakistani skiers clinched two top positions at a skiing competition called Dream Programme – 2013 held in Gangwon Province, the Republic of Korea, said a press release on Monday.

President Ski Federation of Pakistan (SFP) Air Marshal Farhat Hussain Khan congratulated Noor Muhammad and Shah Hussain of Naltar Ski School who won the gold and silver medals respectively at the event. He hoped that the success would significantly boost the SFP’s ventures in national and international ski events.

The winning skiers also met with the Korean Ambassador to Pakistan Choong-joo Choi who appreciated the performances of the budding players.

The Dream Programme was initiated by Gangwon Province in 2004 to promote winter sports in countries where winter sports facilities were not fully developed. Pakistan joined the programme in 2011.

This year, around 150 participants from 40 countries took part in the training after which athletes were divided into groups and competitions were held among them.


Ali Jan | 9 years ago | Reply

Well Done Boys, you both are proud of Gilgit-Baltsitan and Pakistan

A.M.Khan | 9 years ago | Reply

Looking forward for an event in Pakistan to promote local skiing skills.

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