Lahore - April 25, 2018: WAPDA has been tremendously contributing towards promotion of sports in Pakistan for the last 55 years by providing facilities for sports and encouraging the players. With a view to encourage its players, WAPDA Sports Board (WSB) today organised a ceremony at WAPDA House to honour its players, who won medals for Pakistan in the 21st Commonwealth Games held at Gold Coast, Australia. Out of Pakistan’s one gold and four bronze medals in the Games, WAPDA players secured one gold and three bronze medals for their country. WAPDA Chairman and WAPDA Sports Board Patron-in-Chief Lt Gen Muzammil Hussain (Retd) was the chief guest of the ceremony, who presented cash awards to the WAPDA medalists.
April 16, 2018: The Pakistan Water and Power Development Authority (WAPDA) players, representing Pakistan, yet again brought laurels to the country with their brilliant performance in the 21st Commonwealth Games held at Goldcoast, Australia. Pakistan won one gold and four bronze medals in the Games, out of which WAPDA players grabbed one gold and three bronze medals for Pakistan.
March 26, 2018: As many as 20 WAPDA players will represent Pakistan in the 21st Commonwealth Games scheduled to be held from April 4 to 14 in Gold Coast, Australia. This is the largest number - more than one third of the players of Pakistani contingent - which belongs to any organization or province to hold the honor of representing the country in the upcoming Commonwealth Games, followed by nine players each from Army and National Bank, three players each from Navy, SNGPL, SSGC and PIA, two players from Punjab and one player each from Sindh, HEC, Air Force and Fauji Fertilizer Limited. WAPDA players, who are part of 56 players contingent of Pakistan, include two athletes, two badminton players, one boxer, three hockets, one swimmer, one table tennis player, five weightlifters and five wrestlers.
Lahore – March 16, 2018:Pakistan Water and Power Development Authority (WAPDA) Chairman and Pakistan Chef-de-Mission for 21st Commonwealth Games Lieutenant General Muzammil Hussain (Retired) today convened a meeting here at WAPDA House to discuss arrangements, preparedness level and coordination plan of the Pakistani contingent for the Games to be held in Gold Coast, Australia in April.