Sports

Manu, Heena clinch gold

August 1: Haryana’s 15-year old pistol shooter Manu Bhaker clinched two gold medals at the XVII Kumar Surendra Singh (KSS)

Jeev hopes to reclaim his good old form

August 1: With his last victory coming in the Scottish Open in 2012, Jeev Milkha Singh has enjoyed limited success ever since.

Andhra script thumping win

August 1: Andhra Cricket Association scored a crushing ten-wicket victory over Haryana Cricket Association in the KSCA Dr (Capt) K Thimmappiah memorial cricket tournament match here on Monday.

Embassy’s Zeeshan bags a double

August 1: Zeeshan Malik bagged a fine double to hog the limelight on the final day of the eighth Equestrian Premier League here on Monday.

Five new faces for preparatory camp

 

August 1: Indian head coach Stephen Constantine has included five new players in the list of probables for the preparatory camp ahead of the 2019 AFC Asian Cup qualifiers in September.

LA agrees to host 2028 Games, Paris set for 2024

August 1: Los Angeles announced its intent to host the 2028 Olympics, paving the way for Paris to host in 2024 in a deal hailed as a win-win-win for both cities and the Olympic movement.

ICC Rankings: Jadeja maintains top position, Virat stays 5th

August 1: Star spinner Ravindra Jadeja maintained pole position in the bowlers’ list while India skipper Virat Kohli remained static at fifth place in the batting charts in the latest ICC Test Rankings released today.

KSCA XI drub listless HPCA

July 31: KSCA XI produced a brilliant bowling performance to trounce Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association by an innings and 152 runs in the K Dr (Capt) K Thimmappiah Memorial tournament at the Just Cricket ground here on Sunday.

New-look India make a statement

July 31: After a gap of two years India found their way back to the upper echelons of Asian basketball.

Rahul clears medical test ahead of first encounter

July 24: The Indian cricket team endured some anxious moments before medical tests cleared KL Rahul who had fallen ill following his innings in the two-day match against Sri Lanka Board President’s XI in Colombo.

K L Rahul ruled out of first Test with viral fever

July 24: India opener K L Rahul was today ruled out of the first cricket Test against Sri Lanka owing to viral fever.

Yoddhas dish out thorough display

July 24: Oilmax Stag Yoddhas registered a commanding 16-11 victory over RP-SG Mavericks in the CEAT Ultimate Table Tennis (UTT) at the Thyagaraj Stadium on Sunday.

Spieth back to winning ways

July 24: Jordan Spieth won the British Open at Royal Birkdale on Sunday by three shots from fellow American Matt Kuchar after a dramatic final round.

Back to where it all began for Kohli’s men

July 24: Virat Kohli returns to the country where it all began for him as the Test captain, so to say.

AFI picks 24-member team for World meet

July 24: The selection committee of Athletics Federation of India (AFI) has picked a 24-member team which will compete in 14 different disciplines at the IAAF World Championships in London from August 4-13.

Froome clinches fourth Tour de France title

July 24: Chris Froome put on a near-perfect performance to claim his fourth Tour de France and move within one title of cycling’s greatest on Sunday as Team Sky tightened their grip on the classic race.

Nerves got the better of us: Mithali

July 24: India captain Mithali Raj admitted wilting under pressure in a tense run chase against England in the World Cup final but said they will walk out as a proud bunch.

Prannoy clinches US Open title

July 24: HS Prannoy notched up a thrilling three-game win over Commonwealth Games champion Parupalli Kashyap in an all-Indian final to clinch the USD 120,000 US Open Grand Prix Gold here.

We panicked in the end: Mithali Raj

July 24: India captain Mithali Raj admitted wilting under pressure in a tense run chase against England in the World Cup final but said they will walk out as a proud bunch.

’Chin up, you did us proud’: Tributes galore for women’s team

July 24: The title slipped out of their grasp but the Indian women’s cricket team earned plaudits aplenty for its gritty World Cup campaign with Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the iconic Sachin Tendulkar leading the tributes.

Raghu, Ruth Misha make progress

July 22: Top seeds in the men’s and women’s category made further progress at the Yonex Sunrise Karnataka State badminton championship here on Friday.

Imran, Shankar do star turn

July 22: A ton each from Imran and Naveen Shankar propelled Duleep Cricketers to a massive 252-run win over Maharan Cricket Club in the KSCA Group I, Division IV league cum knockout cricket tournament for Metro Shield here.

BFC retain Nishu, Malsawmzuala

July 22: Continuing their efforts to rebuild the squad for the upcoming season, Bengaluru FC have retained two promising youngsters -- midfielder Malsawmzuala and defender Nishu Kumar -- till the end of the 2017-18 season.

Spieth strikes to create gap at the top

July 22: Jordan Spieth holed a putt for eagle at the long 15th hole to move to seven under par in the second round of the British Open on Friday, extending his lead over the rest of the field.

Spinners, Rahul steal the show

July 22: Indian spinners Kuldeep Yadav and Ravindra Jadeja ran through the Sri Lanka Board’s President’s XI (SLBP) batting before opener KL Rahul made a solid return from injury on the opening day of the two-day warm-up tie, here on Friday.

Unemployed Aus cricketers look for ad deals

July 22: Unemployment is hurting the top Australian cricketers due to their revenue sharing dispute with Cricket Australia, prompting them to look for endorsement deals in the lucrative Indian market.

Hagen clinches 19th stage

July 22: Norway’s Edvald Boasson Hagen won his third Tour de France stage and first in six years on Friday’s 19th stage from Embrun to Salon de Provence as Chris Froome edged closer to overall victory.

Defence an area of concern: Oltmans

July 22: Just when things seemed to be looking up for the Indian hockey team, it took a massive tumble with an abject display at last month’s World League Semifinal in London.

Thrilling win for Challengers

July 21: Table Tennis Ultimate Table Tennis : Han Ying dazzles in 16-11 victory over Falcons

Eyeing spot in British Open, Aditi adds solid 68 to lie sixth

July 22: Rookie Aditi Ashok produced a stellar round of three-under 68 to be placed sole sixth at the halfway stage of the Marathon Classic on the LPGA at Highland Meadows Golf Club.

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