Punjab and Sindh went neck and neck on the opening day of the 17th National Age Group Swimming Championship started here at the Aitchison College pool. The All Pakistan McDonalds Inter-School Championship…
The Punjab Swimming Association is holding trials to select the provincial team for participation in the upcoming National Juniors’ Swimming Championship to be held in Lahore from July 28 to 30. The…
The National Swimming and Water Polo Championship will start from June 24 at the Pakistan Sports Complex. In connection to the championship, manager’s meeting and press briefing will be held on Thursday…
SYDNEY – Australian swimming legend Ian Thorpe is to make an announcement about his future, his manager said Tuesday, amid mounting speculation he is to return to the pool for next year’s Olympics in London. Manager David Flaskas said Thorpe, who retired in 2006 citing waning motivation, would address the media in Sydney on Wednesday “about his swimming future.”
Media speculation of a comeback has been rife since Thorpe, 28, resumed swimming in recent months to recuperate from a
Kinnaird college (KC) sports club organized the annual Swimming Gala, 2010. Principal KC Dr. Rukhsana David presided over the event.
The event was organized by Nosheen Hanif, Sports President Hira Niaz and College Faculty members.
Alzalfa Shafi of FSc II, won the ‘swimmer of the evening’award. FSc II was awarded the ‘best class trophy’.
A large crowd came to witness the gala. The event comprised of various races and competitions including pearl diving and