Emerging Sindh stars Hareem and Meher shine in National Games.

LAHORE -- The curtain has fallen on the 34th National Games in Quetta, leaving a lasting impression with the remarkable achievements of Sindh's talented swimmers, Hareem Malik and Meher Maqbool.

While each province showcased its share of medals and performances, it was Sindh that witnessed the exceptional performance of rising swimming star Hareem Malik, who secured the highest number of gold medals among the Sindh contingent. Hareem triumphed in three gold medal events in the swimming discipline, with her compatriot Meher Maqbool adding another gold, bringing the total gold medal count for Sindh to four in the swimming events.

At just 14 years old, Hareem displayed her prowess by claiming gold in the 50m, 100m, and 200m breaststroke contests, while 13: year: old Meher earned a gold in the 800m freestyle swimming at the Punjab International Swimming Complex in Lahore. Hareem's outstanding performance in the 100m breaststroke, with a time of one minute and 23.21 seconds, solidified her dominance in the sport. Both talented teenagers attribute their success to their relentless hard work, the guidance of their coaches, and the unwavering support of their families, especially their parents, who ensured they had the best environment and training necessary for success in sports. Hareem expressed her gratitude towards her mother, stating, 'My mother personally accompanies me to the training sessions, and her support has been crucial for me.' Meher echoed similar sentiments...

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