The Pakistan Army triumphed in the 34th National Games.
Army athletes won 398 medals, including 199 gold medals, at the 34th National Games in Quetta. Army athletes also won 133 silver and 66 bronze medals.
Army has won the National Games for the 24th consecutive year.
WAPDA’s contingent finished second with 109 gold medals, 101 silver medals, and 80 bronze medals, while Navy finished third with 109 medals, including 28 gold medals.
The fourth-ranked Pakistan Air Force took home eight gold medals, 24 silver medals, and 42 bronze medals.
Higher education also had an outstanding performance in the 34th National Games, with HEC athletes winning 8 gold, 17 silver, and 93 bronze medals.
Apart from that, Sindh won 4 gold, 16 silver, and 23 bronze medals, while Khyber Pakhtunkhwa finished seventh with 4 gold, 6 silver, and 39 bronze medals. Punjab won three gold medals, eleven silver medals, and 53 bronze medals.
Railways won three gold medals, eight silver medals, and twenty-five bronze medals, while Baluchistan won two gold medals, eight silver medals, and thirty bronze medals.
In the 34th National Games, police athletes won one gold, two silver, and twelve bronze medals, while Islamabad athletes won seven bronze medals.
In these competitions, athletes from Gilgit-Baltistan and Azad Kashmir were unable to win any medals.