Abrar Hussain Biography, Awards, Medals, Spouse, Education

1Full Name Abrar Hussain
2Birth Year1961
3Birth PlaceMehrabad Alamdar Road, Quetta
4Profession Boxer
6Medals2 Gold Medals and 1 Bronze

Abrar Hussain is a famous Pakistani Boxer. He won medals for Pakistan in the Olympic games. He was born on February 9, 1961, in Mehrabad Alamdar Road, Quetta, Pakistan. He represented Pakistan on an International level and made Pakistan proud.

Abrar Hussain Education

Abrar Hussain started his school life in Quetta. He was admitted to a school near his house he completed his primary education from there. He also completed his Matriculation from the same institute.

He completed his intermediate from a college in Balochistan. He was good at sports in college he won many sports certificates from college and School.

More About Abrar Hussain

Abrar Hussain a Professional Boxer from Pakistan represented Pakistan on an International level. He has won many medals for Pakistan. He started his boxing career after college but he made his debut in 1983 when he took part in the Asian Boxing Championship which was held in Japan. Abrar performed very well on his debut and won a bronze medal.

In the 1984 Olympics which was held in Los Angeles USA. He bears up the Pakistan flag and represented Pakistan he was ranked 17th in that event. In the 1988 Olympics, he ranked 9th, and in the 1992 Olympics, he was ranked 17th.

In the 1990s Asian Games, he won a gold medal for Pakistan in Boxing.

In the 1985 South Asian Games which was held in Dhaka Bangladesh, he performed well and won a gold medal.

Abrar Hussain Awards

He represented Pakistan on International level and always made Pakistan Proud. Due to this Governament of Pakistan awarded many times the following is the list of his awards.

  • Sitara-i-Imtiaz
  • President’s Gold Medal
  • Pride of Performance

Abrar Hussain Death

On 16 June 2011 he was killed by by 2 persons in front of his office. They shot bullet in his head he died before reaching to the hospital. Thousands of peoples came to his funeral. He is buried in his hometown in Behesht-e-Zainab Hazara cemetery on Alamdar road, Quetta.

Pakistan Boxing Fedration canceled all tournaments in whole Pakistan and declared mourning.