KARACHI - Young sprinter Riaz Khan along with his colleague student of Athletics Fitness School once again dominated a local athletics meet held here at the National Sports Training and Coaching Centre to select Karachi team for the upcoming Peshawar National Games. The school going Riaz clinched 100 sprint in 11.28 seconds and his timing in 200 meters final, which he won, was 23.81 seconds. Both the timings were recorded with hand stop watches on the tartan track of the National Sports Training and Coaching Centre with a slight strong headwind. As the finishes in all the races and particularly in sprints event at the NSTCC are on the western side of the course, usually westerly head winds hamper timings of the runners. Former international 110 hurdler Muhammad Talib is the founding coach of the Athletics Fitness School established over 28 years ago. During that period, AFS had been the hub of all athletic training activities in the city. The school, some times with the support of the SSB, had conducted annual training coaching courses for school boys and girls. Over roughly estimated 3000 budding boys and girls had so far attended training at the school. Nasim Hameed, who won gold at Dhaka SA Games early this year, is also a product of the AFS. Riaz Khan started attending the AFS as a junior school boy. Recently, he had completed his matriculation and is a leading promising sprinter of the city. Some of his AFS colleagues also did fine at the meet was Shahid Hussain who came second in 800 meters with timing of two minutes 13 seconds. Hazrat Rehman of AFS stood second in 5000 meters. His school colleague Nazia took discuss throw gold with a hurl of 26.75 meters. She also won the shot putt event with a heave of 8.8 meters. Athletes from American School located in the nearby KDA Scheme No 1 also caught the eye. One of them was Myra who won 400 meters in one minute 7.80 seconds. She also won 800 meters in two minutes 45.34 seconds. The Karachi Amateur Athletic Association has organised the two-day meet for selecting team for the National Games.