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In the 100m Jehanzeb of Bannu won gold medal, Zahid Ullah of Lakki Marwat got silver medal and Shoaib of Lakki Marwat won bronze medals.
In the boxing event Haq Nawaz won silver medal in 56kg weight, Irfan Khan won gold medal in 91kg weight, in the teawondo 54kg weight Hidayat Ullah won bronze medals, Muhammad Shoaib won silver medal, Muhammad Nasir won gold medal, Noroz Din won silvder medal, Jibran won gold medal and Hikmat Ullah, Mazhar Ali won gold medals respectively.
In the -40kg weight category Eisha of Punjab marched victory with gold medal after defeating Maryum of Bilgit-Baltistan, Fiza of KP and Muskan of Sindh got bronze medals respectively.
League Championship medals were next - yielding PS1,875 for the 1928 medal, PS3,125 for the 1932 version and PS1,625 for the 1939 medal - while Harry's 1933 Charity Shield medal went for PS2,250 and the Division Two winner's medal from 1931 a more modest PS937.
Team GB did better on the athletics track than expected in London with the highlights including gold medal performances from Mo Farah, Jessica Ennis and Greg Rutherford and this has been reflected in their funding.
He said: "I was on the Olympic team for 17 months before the Games, and the improvements I made and the championships I was going to and the experience I was getting, all through the help of the funding, brought me on leaps and bounds and helped me progress to win my gold medal.
So far, 12 other nations have won medals during the 2012 Olympics: Kazakhstan, South Korea, Poland, Romania, Japan, Italy, Colombia, Hungary, Norway, Uzbekistan, Belgium and Serbia.
Jack Harwood, nine, got fantastic PBs in his 50m freestyle and backstroke with a silver medal and finished in fourth place for both.
Of the top-10 medal winners, which country won the most medals?
In her first appearance before the transplant community, the new administrator of HHS Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) Mary Wakefield, PhD, RN, praised the hospital administrators and organ procurement organization directors who received the Department's Medal of Honor for Organ Donation.
This unique and outstanding military reference features color plates of all Marine Corps medals and ribbons; their history and award criteria; foreign awards and UN meals given to American Marines; a complete set of Marine ribbons in their correct order with all attachments and devices; all Marine insignia (including officer and enlisted rank insignia 1944 to the present day); World War II shoulder patches; descriptions of service ID badges, aiguillettes, should cords, etc.
won 25 medals here, second only to Germany in the standings.