Muhammad Inam is a wrestler from Gujranwala, Pakistan. He won the country's second gold medal at the 2010 Commonwealth Games, Bronze medal at the 2014 Asian beach Games, gold medal at the 2016 South Asian Games, gold medal at the 2016 Asian Beach Games, Silver medal at the 2016 Commonwealth Wrestling Championship, gold medal at the 2017 World Beach Wrestling Championships, gold medal at the 2018 World Beach Wrestling Championships, Silver medal at the 2017 Commonwealth Wrestling Championship.
|2010 New Delhi||Freestyle (84kg)|
|2018 Gold Coast||Freestyle (86kg)|
|Commonwealth Wrestling Championship|
|2016 Singapore||Freestyle (86kg)|
|South Asian Games|
|2016 Guwahati||Freestyle (86kg)|
Inam participated in the 84 kg class freestyle at the 2010 Commonwealth Games in New Delhi, India. He won the gold medal in freestyle wrestling against his Indian opponent, Anuj Kumar on points (3-1).
Inam was selected to participate in the 2014 Asian beach Games in Phuket, Thailand. Then Inam participated in the 90+ kg class Beach style. He won the Bronze medal in Beach wrestling against his Serian opponent, on points (3-0).
Inam participated in the 86 kg class freestyle at the 2016 12th South Asian Games in Guwahati, India. He won the gold medal in freestyle wrestling against his Indian opponent, Gopal Yaduv on points (12-4).
Inam also participated in the -90 kg class Beach wrestling|freestyle at the 2016 5th Beach Asian Games in Danang, Vietnam. He won the gold medal in freestyle wrestling against his Iranian opponent, on points (3-0).
Awards and AccoladesEdit
He has received pride of performance award on 23 march 2019. 
- Inam gives Pakistan second wrestling title Archived 2010-10-14 at the Wayback Machine Dawn Retrieved 10 October 2010.
- Report: result final CWG official website. Retrieved 10 October 2010.
- Pakistan to send 62 member team to Commonwealth Team Samaa tv Retrieved 20 July 2014
- "Wrestler Muhammad Inam bags first gold medal for Pakistan at Commonwealth Games". Dawn. 14 April 2018.
- "Inam receives Pride of Performance award". The News. 24 March 2019.