Ijaz Chaudhry

SHOOTING: PAKISTAN’S SHOOTING STAR

SHOOTING: PAKISTAN’S SHOOTING STAR

Of the three Pakistani shooters who qualified for and competed at the recent Tokyo Olympics, young Gulfam Joseph came... Published 19 Sep, 2021 06:43am
FOOTBALL: THE BOSMAN RULING

FOOTBALL: THE BOSMAN RULING

The surprise packages of Euro 2020 and indeed the global domination of European teams in the last couple of decades can be Published 25 Jul, 2021 07:19am
HOCKEY: A DECADE WITHOUT DAR

HOCKEY: A DECADE WITHOUT DAR

Munir Dar, who passed away 10 years ago, was not just one of Pakistan’s most legendary hockey players. His legacy to the... Published 13 Jun, 2021 07:05am
POLO: THE POLITICIAN WHO PLAYS REAL POLO

POLO: THE POLITICIAN WHO PLAYS REAL POLO

The prime reason for his fame may be politics but it is as a former player and administrator that Ishaq Khakwani’s services to... Published 23 May, 2021 06:07am
TENNIS: PAKISTAN’S GREAT NEW HOPE

TENNIS: PAKISTAN’S GREAT NEW HOPE

Asad Zaman has been a club waiter and a ball-picker on tennis courts. But by virtue of a consuming passion for tennis, hard work Published 04 Apr, 2021 06:29am
GOLF: PRODIGY RISING

GOLF: PRODIGY RISING

Omar Khalid recently became the youngest Pakistani golfer to win a national title. Eos sat down with the 16-year-old for an... Published 28 Feb, 2021 07:35am
SQUASH: COURTING SUCCESS

SQUASH: COURTING SUCCESS

Former squash great Jansher Khan has joined the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Sports Directorate to train young players in Peshawar... Published 11 Oct, 2020 07:01am
HOCKEY: THE MEDAL THAT SLIPPED THROUGH

HOCKEY: THE MEDAL THAT SLIPPED THROUGH

Twenty years ago, at the Sydney Olympics, was the last time Pakistan came even close to winning an Olympic medal in hockey. Published 27 Sep, 2020 07:09am
HOCKEY: MEMORIES OF GOLD

HOCKEY: MEMORIES OF GOLD

Pakistan celebrates the diamond jubilee of its first Olympic gold, a hockey victory that resulted in the game becoming... Published 06 Sep, 2020 07:02am
HOCKEY: THE LEGEND OF BALBIR SINGH

HOCKEY: THE LEGEND OF BALBIR SINGH

The world of field hockey recently lost a great player, Balbir Singh Sr. He played in the undivided Indian team before Partition with many forme... Published 07 Jun, 2020 06:55am
HOCKEY: THE ROUGH END OF THE STICK

HOCKEY: THE ROUGH END OF THE STICK

Former coach Roelant Oltmans has served Pakistan hockey enough to know what its strengths and shortcomings are. In an exclusive interview with Eos, he bares his heart... Published 24 May, 2020 05:26am
SQUASH: THE UNHERALDED HERO

SQUASH: THE UNHERALDED HERO

Pakistan has a rich history of producing top-notch squash players. Not all of them went... Published 26 Apr, 2020 06:05am
SQUASH: GLIMMERS OF HOPE

SQUASH: GLIMMERS OF HOPE

In January this year, Pakistan’s Hamza Khan won the British Junior U-15 Open Championship. It was no mean... Published 01 Mar, 2020 07:06am
HOCKEY: THE LITTLE NURSERY THAT COULD

HOCKEY: THE LITTLE NURSERY THAT COULD

The Dar Hockey Academy’s recent tour of Holland and Belgium shows that all may not be lost as far as Pakistan’s national Published 24 Nov, 2019 08:27am
SQUASH: THE STROKE MASTER

SQUASH: THE STROKE MASTER

Pakistan’s former number one squash player and currently one of its top sports officials Qamar Zaman recalls his Published 09 Jun, 2019 07:03am
HOCKEY: ROUGH END OF THE STICK

HOCKEY: ROUGH END OF THE STICK

Pakistan hockey is no more a part of the game’s international body FIH’s Pro League. This is merely symptomatic of the Published 17 Mar, 2019 08:13am
HOCKEY: HOW GOJRA BECAME GREAT

HOCKEY: HOW GOJRA BECAME GREAT

No town or city in Pakistan has produced more international hockey players than Gojra. Eos takes a look at how it turned Published 30 Sep, 2018 06:28am
The boys from Bannu

The boys from Bannu

It was a colonial cantonment that became a bustling town renowned for producing superstars. After a decade of reeling Updated 18 Dec, 2016 08:55am