Sports desk LAHORE - Pakistani athletes shine in Athens Special Olympics as they won 67 medals including 16 gold, 42 silver and 9 bronze medals on the penultimate day of the Athens Summer Special Olympics 2011, it is learnt. The glorifying performance of Pakistani athletes continues and most successful athlete Adeel Ameer have won three gold medals in 100 metre sprint after winning the gold in long jump, 100x4 race and rally race event, a private TV channel reported. Rahimullah Baig, who was disqualified from the 800-metre race earlier, hit back to finish in second place in the 1500-metre run to bag a silver medal for Pakistan. He covered the distance in four minutes and 50.35 seconds behind Tanzanias Emmanuel G Mwakyelu (four minutes and 47.14 seconds) while Portugals Angelo Miguel Pais secured a bronze medal after clocking a time of four minutes and 57.28 minutes. Misbah Tariq clinched silver medal in 200 metre sprint while Abdul Nasir and Zulfiqar Ali won gold medals in Bocce double game. In basketball event, Pakistan won silver as gold went to India who defeated arch-rivals in final. Misbah Tariq grabbed a silver medal in the 200-metre race as she covered the distance in 36.24 seconds finishing behind Hong Kongs Choi Yuk Tse (35.29 seconds). Bahrains Nayla H Alaathem finished third in the event with a time of 37.43 seconds. Similarly, Sakhawat Ali won silver in the long-jump event when he recorded a distance of 4.85 metres. Bangladeshs Ripon Ahmed bagged the gold medal (4.88 metres) while Nigers Laouali Amadou finished at third place (4.77 metres). Usama Riaz and Arsalan Ahmed won the silver medal in the table tennis mens doubles event while the mens basketball team also finished second after suffering a 31-12 loss against India in the final. They had defeated Turkey to reach the final. Suhail Ahmed Khan and Quratulain won bronze medals in the mixed doubles badminton event and the Pakistan swimming team finished third in the 425 freestyle relay event as well.