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  • 10-Nov-2018
  • Bajrang Punia Becomes Number 1 In World in 65kg

    Star Indian wrestler Bajrang Punia touched a new high in his career by achieving the number one rank in the world in the 65kg category. The 24-year-old Bajrang was placed atop the ranking table with 96 points in the UWW list.
    It has turned out to be a remarkable season for Bajrang, who was also the only Indian grappler to be given a seeding at the Budapest World Championship. Bajrang is comfortably leading the table and Cuban Alejandro Enrique Vlades Tobier is a distant second with 66 points.

  • 05-Nov-2018
  • Subhankar Dey Wins SaarLorLux Open Badminton Tournament

    In Badminton, Subhankar Dey has won the SaarLorLux Open at Saarbrucken in Germany. 

    In the summit clash, the unseeded Indian defeated fifth-placed Rajiv Ouseph of Britain, in straight games, in what was the first encounter between the two shuttlers.

  • Simone Biles Sets World Record, Wins 13th World Championship Gold 

    Simone Biles made history by picking up her record 13th career gold medal at the world gymnastics championships in Doha, Qatar.
    Simone Biles became the first ever gymnast to win 13 world championship gold medals. She hails from the USA.

  • 01-Nov-2018
  • Tata Steel Named Official Partner of FIH Men's Hockey World Cup 2018 

    Steel manufacturing giant Tata Steel was on Monday announced as an official partner of the men's hockey World Cup, to be staged at the Kalinga Stadium, Bhubaneswar from November 28 to December 16.

    Tata Steel, the 10th-largest steel producer in the world, signed the agreement with the quadrennial event to continue their efforts of promoting development through sports across the country.

  • 29-Oct-2018
  • Roger Federer Won 99th Career Title In His Hometown

    Roger Federer won his ninth Swiss Indoors crown on Sunday after beating Romanian qualifier Marius Copil in the final on Sunday.

    World number three Federer registered a 7-6(5) 6-4 victory over Copil to claim his 99th career title in front of his home crowd in Basel.

  • 23-Oct-2018
  • DANISA Denmark Open 2018: Complete List Of Winners 

    The Denmark Open is an HSBC World Tour Super 750 tournament. Held since 1935 as an annual badminton tournament by Danmarks Badminton Forbund the tournament has been hosted in eleven different locations.
    Kento Momota of Japan won in the Men's Singles category and Tai Tzu-ying of Chinese Taipei won in the women's singles category.

  • Bajrang Punia Bagged Silver at Wrestling World Championships

    Wrestler Bajrang Punia won the silver medal after he went down against Japan’s Takuto Otoguro in the 65kg final of the Wrestling World Championships in Budapest, Hungary. It is his second medal at the Worlds.
    In the process, Otoguru became Japan's youngest World Champion at the age of 19. Bajrang had won a bronze in 2013 edition.

  • 22-Oct-2018
  • Mumbai Beat Delhi to Lift Vijay Hazare Trophy Title For 3rd Time 

    Aditya Tare struck a fluent half-century as a clinical Mumbai defeated Delhi by four wickets to win their third Vijay Hazare Trophy title at M Chinnaswamy stadium here on Saturday.

    Mumbai last won the trophy way back in 2006-07 when they defeated Rajasthan. Opting to bowl after winning the toss, pacers, Shivam Dubey (3/29) and Dhawal Kulkarni (3/30) picked up three wickets apiece as Mumbai bowled out Delhi for a paltry 177 in 45.4 overs.

    Later, Tare starred with the bat with an 89-ball 71 that included 13 boundaries and a six and in the company of crisis man Siddesh Lad (48) stitched 105 runs for the fifth wicket to seal the win for Mumbai with 15 overs to spare.

  • 20-Oct-2018
  • Canelo Alvarez Signs Richest Contract in Sports History, Worth $365 million 

    Professional Boxer Canelo Alvarez has signed the largest contract in the history of sports, agreeing a five-year, 11-fight deal worth at least $365 million with streaming service DAZN.
    Under the deal, Alvarez will participate in 11 fights, starting December 15, 2018. The previous richest contract was the 13-year, $325-million deal signed by New York Yankees' Giancarlo Stanton in 2014.

  • World Wrestling Championships-2018 Begins at Budapest

    World Wrestling Championship has begun in Budapest, Hungary. Asian Games gold medallist Bajrang Punia will be India’s best bet for a medal as a 30-member team seeks a strong performance in the flagship event.
    Already a bronze winner at the 2013 World Championship, Bajrang has come a long way in last five years, establishing himself as a force to reckon with in the 65-kilogram category.

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