Pak Army team wins International Pace Sticking Competition for third time in a row

Pakistan Army team, competing in International Pace Sticking Competition at Royal Military Academy Sandhurst UK, won the military drills for third time in a row.

According to Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR), a Pakistan Army team from Pakistan Military Academy (PMA) won the International Pace Sticking Competition being held at Royal Military Academy Sandhurst, United Kingdom.

Royal Academy Sandhurst Commander – Maj Gen Dunzan Capps lauded Pakistan Army personnel for their performance and impeccable professionalism.

“Superb synchronization from Pakistan international winners for the 3rd consecutive year,” he tweeted.

The military competition, which includes various treacherous tasks and drills, is held each year and is attended by army contingents of several nations.

Pace Sticking Competition is being held in the UK since 1928 with its history linked to the Royal Regiment of Artillery.

This is the third time in a row that Pakistan has won the international military competition.