How many times did Pakistan won hockey Champions Trophy?
Pakistan is the only Asian champion, with three titles to its name including the first two in 1978 and 1980. In the women’s tournament, Argentina and the Netherlands won the trophy seven times. Australia have won the trophy six times, while Germany, China and South Korea have won it one time each.
How many times India become Olympic champion in hockey?
India’s hockey team is the most successful team ever in the Olympics, having won eight gold medals in 1928, 1932, 1936, 1948, 1952, 1956, 1964 and 1980.
Who won most Champions trophy?
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Which country won highest gold in hockey?
India is the leading team in overall medal tally with 12 medals (8 gold, 1 silver and 3 bronze). India also lead in most number of gold medals.
Who won last Olympic hockey?
Men’s Field Hockey Winners at Olympics
Has Pakistan won the World Cup?
The 1987 contest also saw the number of overs per side reduced to 50. In 2007 Australia became the first team to win three consecutive World Cup tournaments. Are you game?
Cricket World Cup.
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Who won 2009 Champions Trophy?
New Zealand lifted the trophy with four wickets and two balls to spare in its chase of 265, even though the tournament’s top-performers, Sourav Ganguly and Venkatesh Prasad with bat and ball respectively, came good for India.
Who was the first hockey captain of Pakistan?
Names of Pakistani Hockey Team Captains
A.I.S. Dara was the first captain of Pakistan Hockey team and Muhammad Rizwan Senior is current caption of Pakistan National Hockey Team.
Who won first Olympic gold medal for Pakistan?
Pakistan competed at the 1960 Summer Olympics in Rome, Italy. 44 competitors, all men, took part in 35 events in 7 sports. Here, they won their first Olympic Games gold medal by defeating India in the final of the men’s hockey competition.
Which is the national game of Pakistan?
De facto national sports
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|New Zealand||Rugby union|
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