Hockey Olympian Jahangir Butt dies

Former Pakistan hockey legend Olympian Jahangir Butt has died at the age of 78.

Jahangir Butt, a 78-year-old Olympian, represented Pakistan in two Olympic Games. He hoisted the Pakistani flag at the 1968 Mexico Olympics and won a gold medal.

Jahangir Butt won a silver medal at the 1972 Munich Olympics, a silver medal for Pakistan at the 1966 Asian Games in Bangkok and a gold medal for Pakistan at the 1970 Asian Games in Bangkok.

Olympian Jahangir Butt remained associated with the Pakistan Customs Department in his professional life and retired as Superintendent of Customs.


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