Zarak Jahan Khan

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Zarak Jahan Khan also spelled Zarak Jehan Khan[1] (1 February 1967, Quetta)[2] is a Pakistani Asian Games gold medallist in squash.

His brothers are Hiddy Jahan and Zubair Jahan Khan also both successful professional squash players on the international circuit. His son is Shahjahan Khan, squash professional coached by his father on the international circuit.

Career[edit]

Khan represented Pakistan during the 1989 Men's World Team Squash Championships winning a silver medal and four years later he was part of the winning team at the 1993 Men's World Team Squash Championships. He also won the individual title at the 1998 Asian Games in Bangkok, Thailand. His highest world Ranking was 8 (March 1994). Right now (2011), he is working as coach at the Seattle Athletic Club, Seattle, United States.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Asian Games: Squash players confident of reaching podium[permanent dead link] Dawn 10 November 2010 Retrieved 20 November 2010.
  2. ^ Biography Squash info Retrieved 20 November 2010.