Israr Ahmed beat Malaysia's Ng Eain Yow 3-2 as Pakistan won the U19 Asian title for a fifth time.
Bolt easily outstripped American rival Justin Gatlin to claim his fourth consecutive world 200m title.
Pakistan's under-performing spinner was replaced by Shannon Gabriel for the county's last two County Championship games.
The international action over the New Zealand summer will feature four Tests, 11 one-dayers and five Twenty20 matches.
Pakistan women's cricket team will take on the West Indies in a series of four ODIs and three T20s starting October.
Benfica were given the longest trip in Champions League history.
The govt has once again compromised merit while announcing retired Brigadier Khalid Sajjad Khokhar as PHC president.
“I have made a promise to the nation that I will pay back what I have achieved in boxing,” Khan said on his visit.
- Pakistan cricket team to tour New Zealand in January
- Rain halts Australia, Ireland clash
- New-look pitch keeps India, Sri Lanka guessing
- Imran Tahir becomes second ranked ODI bowler
- Smith to pick Ponting’s brain for captaincy tips
- Serena could face Sharapova in US Open semis
- Khalid gets vote of confidence from PHF Congress
- Barca, United get favourable draw; Mourinho faces Porto clash
- Trstenjak makes Slovenia history as Japan dominate worlds
- Anderson advances as Tsonga tumbles in Winston-Salem
- ‘Amir Khan boxing academy to be established soon’
- Women’s cricket team to tour WI in October
- Everton survive scare to see off Barnsley
- Rooney runs riot to seal group stage berth for United
- PCB not to give players kits for Quaid Trophy qualifying round
- PFB seeks financial help from IPC Ministry
- Aqeel reigns supreme at PTF Masters Tennis
- Bolt crushes Gatlin to claim Beijing double
- De Villiers stars as SA win series decider
- Comment: Khokhar’s appointment smacks of nepotism as govt fails to uphold merit
- SFP elections set for Sept 9
- PCB finalises Doha for PSL’s inaugural edition
- Comprehensive rehab programme for tainted trio unveiled
- Belligerent De Villiers lifts Proteas to 283-7