22 September 2018

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Monday, April 09, 2018

Kabul (BNA) Born in an educated family in 1373, Ahmad Farouqi is a member of SLFC organization in weight 70kg and has graduated from faculty of physical education. As he was really interested, he has access to three sport fields such as kickboxing, wrestling and free fight.
He said, ‘At first, I started kickboxing with Master Fahim Formuli and then started wrestling under supervision of Master Najibullah Hamdard for four years.’
He added as I was enjoyed good strong body, started free fight sport field under supervision of Master Nangialay Nikzad since 1391. ‘I have participated in fourteen competitions, five of which was in national level,’ he went on to say.
‘I have only been defeated once,’ he continued.
In amateur type free fight competitions, I have gained six gold and one silver medals so far, he stated.
He pointed out that he has participated in wrestling competitions twelve times and has gained one gold medal.
About his success, he said, ‘At first, an athlete should be patient, ‘No Pain, No Gain’
Sport field is a field where cultures are being exchanged, therefore, when an athlete enters sport community, he/she should not only focus to win, but should consider culture, sport, relevant laws and regulations, etc. because, an athlete represents a nation, he pointed out.
About challenges before athletes, he said athletes enjoyed worse economic situation, as I personally have to work since 6:00am to 4:00pm, adding I have always tried to exercise with high and strong motivation.
‘If the youth understand their identity and trust their inside capabilities, they would have a good future, therefore, if you want to be always healthy, do your best not to stop exercising,’ he said as his message to youth.
Nangialay-Osmani
 

Sunday, March 25, 2018

Kabul (BNA) Skipper Asghar Stanikzai put a bout of appendicitis behind him to guide Afghanistan to a five-wicket victory over Ireland on Friday to qualify for next year’s Cricket World Cup.
Afghanistan, after losing their opening three qualifying games, suffered a middle-order wobble that looked to have handed Ireland the advantage. But Stanikzai, who received on-field treatment for dressings around his abdomen, hit an invaluable 39 not out off 29 balls to guide the Afghans to 213 for five in reply to Ireland’s 209-7.
“I am in too much pain, but I was playing for the country,” said Stanikzai. “It is our dream to qualify for the World Cup.”
Afghanistan will join fellow qualifiers West Indies in the 10-team World Cup to be staged in England and Wales from May 30 to July 14, 2019, alongside defending champions Australia, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, England, South Africa and New Zealand.
After Scotland and Zimbabwe had both suffered defeats in their concluding Super Six matches earlier in the week, Friday’s game at the Harare Sports Club suddenly became a winner-takes-all clash.
Ireland won the toss and elected to bat with opener Paul Stirling making a top score of 55 and Kevin O’Brien hitting 41 in a modest total of 209-7 off their 50 overs.
Afghanistan leg-spinner Rashid Khan finished with 3-40 to take his career tally to 99 ODI wickets.
In reply, burly opener Mohammad Shahzad clobbered 54 off 50 balls in an opening stand of 86 with Gulbadin Naib. But once Shahzad holed out, Afghanistan, who only squeezed into the Super Sixes after losing to Scotland, Zimbabwe and Hong Kong, began to wobble.
But skipper Stanikzai and Najibullah Zadran, the latter finishing on 17 not out, settled the side and led the Afghans to a memorable victory with five balls to play.
“We lost a couple of matches, but we played good cricket in the Super Sixes,” said man-of-the-match Shahzad.”We had to win this game.”
Ireland captain William Porterfield was left in tears after the game.”
First of all, congratulations to Afghanistan,” he said.
“We were probably 25 runs short. “Then again in games like this we can’t fault anyone. “We had opportunities but we lost three games.
We had some key moments, but could not take it.”
 

Friday March 16, 2018
Kabul (BNA) Afghanistan national cricket team in his first match of second round of Cricket World Cup Qualifier succeeded to defeat West Indies national cricket team by 3 wickets in Harara sports club on Thursday.
According to BNA report, first West Indies has started batting scored 197 for 8 in 50 overs, Afghan bowlers were well Mujeeb Zadran took 3 wickets, while Mohammad Nabi, Rashid Khan and Sharafuddin Ashraf dismissed one/one wicket each of them.
Then, Afghan batmen completed the chosen target in 47 overs by 3 wickets, Rahmat Shah (68), Mohammad Nabi  (31), Samiullah Shinwari (27), Najibullah Zadran (19), Gulbuddin Nayeb (10), Shahzad Mohammadi (8), Sharafuddin Ashraf (7 not out), Rashid Khan (13 not out).
Afghanistan entered the Super Sixes stage of the Cricket World Cup Qualifier knowing they needed to win their next three matches to stand any chance of progressing to the main event next summer.
T/M.A.Ansari

 

Wednesday March 14, 2018

Kabul (BNA) Afghan power lifting team returned to home by 6 bronze medals from Deha-e-Fajar international cup held in Iran yesterday.
According to BNA report, Dr. Hafizullah Wali Rahimi general head of physical education and sport by appreciating the achievements said, Fazul Karim Turkan and Mirwais Raziqi were participated from Afghanistan and by obtaining 3/3 bronze medals each of them returned to the country.
We are trying to get more achievements and victories in various fields of sports to Afghanistan, Rahimi added.
T/M.A.Ansari
 

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