9th SAF Game – 29 March to 7 April 2004, Islamabad, Pakistan

Gold – 7
1 Deepak Shrestha Karate
2 Sangina Vaidhya Taekwondo
3 Rupa Sayangden Taekwondo
4 Deepak Bista Taekwondo
5 Nirmal Shrestha Taekwondo
6 Renuka Ranamagar Taekwondo
7 Niranjan Shrestha Taekwondo
Silver – 5
1 Rajendra Bhandari (2 medal) Athletics
2 Bikash Pariyar Athletics
3 Bishnu Prasad Rijal Boxing
4 Surendra Shrestha Karate
5 Kusal Shrestha Karate
Bronze – 21
1 Arjun Bahadur Basnet Athletics
2 Kiran Thapa, Balram Thapa, Pasupati Paneru, Indra Mahata, Pankaj Chand Badminton (Team Events)
3 Rajani Joshi, Sumnima Shrestha, Sara Devi Tamang, Samjhana Khaling, Bina Tulachan Badminton (Team Events)
4 Dipendra Maharjan Boxing
5 Dhan Bahadur Hitang Boxing
6 Surya Bahadur Ranamagar Boxing
7 Hari Chandra Khadka Boxing
8 Kul Bahadur Rawal Boxing
9 Gang Ram Maharjan Karate
10 Raju Adhikari Karate
11 Rabindra Dahal Karate
12 Rabi Maharjan Karate
13 Niroj Karmacharya Karate
14 Gopilal Bomjan, Pasang Tamang, Sukra Bhadur Majhi, Suman Gurung (Team Kata) Karate
15 Hira Bahadur Thapa, Suresh Kumar Gurung, Satya Narayan Shrestha, Janak Thapa Squash (Team Events)
16 Ramji Prasad Dahal Taekwondo
17 Rajendra Kapali, Rajendra Shakya, Shushil Paudel, Chandan Shahi, Gopal Maharjan Tabletennis (Team Events)
18 Shandya Shakya, Muna Basukala, Gita Thapa Magar, Sarita Shrestha, Swechya Nembang Tabletennis (Team Events)
19 Devnarayan Chaudhari Taekwondo
20 Gyan Bahadur Shrestha Weightliftin
21 Dharmaraj Yadhav Wrestling
RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 India (IND)1035732192
2 Pakistan (PAK)*385550143
3 Sri Lanka (SRI)173257106
4 Nepal (NEP)762033
5 Bangladesh (BAN)3132440
6 Afghanistan (AFG)132832
7 Bhutan (BHU)1326
8 Maldives (MDV)0000
Totals (8 nations)170169213552

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