(Last Updated on : 29/11/2012)
Mohammad Sameer Dad, a field hockey forward from India, was born on November 25, 1978 in Bhopal
, Madhya Pradesh
. In January 1998, he made his international senior debut for the Men's National Team during the test series against Germany. At the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney, Australia, Dad represented his country. At the Olympics, India finished in seventh place and he scored two goals. He has done his graduation from Bhopal
and appointed as the officer of Indian Airlines.
Career of Mohammad Sameer Dad
Sameer Dad has participated in the National Championship (Dec 2000 - Jammu
(1st), Mar 1999 - Hyderabad
(1st), Hat-trick in the final, Player of the Championship, May 1997 - Bengaluru
; National Games Dec 2002 - Hyderabad
; Jawaharlal Nehru
Hockey Tournament- Nov 2002 - Delhi (2nd); Muruguppa Gold Cup -- Jul 1998 - Chennai
(1st); Lal Bahadur Shastri Hockey Tournament-- Nov/Dec 2002 - Delhi
(2nd), Dec 2001 - Delhi (2nd).
After debuting with the Junior World Cup in the year 1997, he participated in the 2000 Olympics held in Sydney and bagged 2 goals. He bagged 10 goals in the World Cup held at Utrecht in the year 1998; Asian Games held at Bangkok in 1998; Junior World Cup at Milton Keynes in the year 1997 and.
Sameer Dad, a name in the arena of hockey has offered Indian hockey
a definite dimension. His career statistic is as follows.
Indo-Pak Series Feb 1999 - Lost 3-6, 1 GOAL, Feb/Mar 1998 - Lost 3-4, 3 GOALS; Sultan Azlan Shah Cup--- Feb 2000 - Kuala Lumpur (3rd); Australian Tour --- Apr 2000 - Sydney (3rd in 4-Nation), Apr 2000 - Perth (1st in 4-Nation), 1 GOAL, Sep 1999 - Last in 4-Nation Tournament, 2 GOALS, Apr 1998 - Last in 4-Nation Tournament; European Tour--- Jul 2001 - World Cup Qualifier (5th), Jan 2000 - Barcelona (3rd in 4-Nation), 1 GOAL, Jan 2000 - Belgium (2-0-1), 2 GOALS, Jan 2000 - Canada (1-0-0), Jun 1999 - Germany (1-3-0), Jun 1999 - Belgium (3-0-1), 2 GOALS; South African Tour-- Aug 1999 - Johannesburg - Lost 0-3-2, 1 GOAL; Test Series --- Jan 1998 - vs. Germany - Lost 0-3-1, Feb/Mar 2001 - vs. Germany - Lost 1-2.
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