Full name: Abrar Hussain Syed
Height: 5-8.5 (175 cm)
Weight: 157 lbs (71 kg)
Born: February 9, 1965 in Quetta, Balochistan, Pakistan
Died: June 16, 2011 in Quetta, Balochistan, Pakistan
Abrar Hussain Syed was one of Pakistan's leading amateur boxers. His greatest victory came at the 1990 Asian Games in Beijing, when he claimed the gold medal in the light middleweight division (-71 kg), having earned a bronze medal four years earlier. His three Olympic appearances were less successful, exiting in the preliminaries on each occasion, but in 1985, Hussain also won a gold medal in the South Asian Games.
Hussain, who later became a boxing coach and served on the sports board of his hometown Quetta, was gunned down by two men on a motorcycle. He was rushed to the hospital, but succumbed to his injuries. There was no apparent motive for the murder, other than Hussain being a member of the minority Shia muslims, in a period of sectarian and religious violence in that area of Pakistan.
|1984 Summer||19||Los Angeles||Boxing||Men's Welterweight||Pakistan||PAK||17T|
|1988 Summer||23||Seoul||Boxing||Men's Light-Middleweight||Pakistan||PAK||9T|
|1992 Summer||27||Barcelona||Boxing||Men's Light-Middleweight||Pakistan||PAK||17T|
|1984 Summer||19||Los Angeles||Boxing||Pakistan||PAK||Round Two||Match #6||2||1984-08-01||Koskela (SWE) , Syed (PAK)||1||56||59||56||55||55||281|
|1984 Summer||19||Los Angeles||Boxing||Pakistan||PAK||Round One||Match #11||1||1984-07-29||Syed (PAK)||bye|
|1988 Summer||23||Seoul||Boxing||Pakistan||PAK||Round Three||Match #8||2||1988-09-26||Downey (CAN) , Syed (PAK)||0||54||57||56||55||54||276|
|1988 Summer||23||Seoul||Boxing||Pakistan||PAK||Round Two||Match #16||1||1988-09-24||Syed (PAK)||walkover||2||1:46|
|1988 Summer||23||Seoul||Boxing||Pakistan||PAK||Round One||Match #31||1||1988-09-20||Syed (PAK) , Meziane (ALG)||knock-out||2||1:47|
|1992 Summer||27||Barcelona||Boxing||Pakistan||PAK||Round One||Match #14||2||1992-07-27||Meziane (ALG) , Syed (PAK)||0|