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  • 14-Mar-2019
  • Special Olympics World Games 2019 in The UAE Makes History

    Special Olympics World Games 2019 which is being held from March 14 to March 21 in the UAE has made history by welcoming a record-breaking 200 nations ahead of the Games. Of the 200 nations, 195 will compete in the Games and five will observe.
     It is being held in West Asia for the first time. 7,500 athletes will take part in 24 Olympic-style sports over seven days. 
  • 13-Mar-2019
  • All England Open Badminton Championships 2019: Complete List of Winners

    2019 All England Open, officially YONEX All England Open Badminton Championships 2019 was a BWF World Tour 1000 event which took place at Arena Birmingham in England from 6 to 10 March 2019. It had a total purse of $1,000,000.

  • 27-Feb-2019
  • Manu Bhaker, Saurabh Chaudhary Win Gold In 10m Air Pistol Mixed Team

    Manu Bhaker and Saurabh Chaudhary clinched the gold medal in the 10m Air Pistol Mixed Team event at the ISSF World Cup in New Delhi. 
    Ranxin Jiang and Bowen Zhang of China won silver while the Republic of Korea pair Minjung Kim and Daehun Park got the bronze.
  • 26-Feb-2019
  • Afghanistan Scores Highest Ever T20 International Score

    Afghanistan scored 278 for the loss of three wickets from their allotted 20 overs, to register the highest-ever total in T20s at the Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium in Dehradun, Uttarakhand. 
    Hazratullah Zazai scored 162 runs from just 62 balls. Zazai became the first player from Afghanistan to score 150 or more runs, and his 236-run opening stand with Usman Ghani became the highest partnership in T20Is. 
  • Grandmaster Abhijeet Gupta Wins Cannes International Open Trophy

    Indian Grandmaster Abhijeet Gupta lifted the Cannes International Open trophy. He took an easy draw with Pier Luigi Basso of Italy in the ninth and final round. 
    Abhijeet won the tournament with 7.5 points. It is his first solo International tournament victory.
  • 14-Feb-2019
  •  ‘Clouded Leopard’ To Be Mascot For National Games 2022

    The Sports and Youth Ministry in the meeting of Executive Committee of the National Games 2022 has chosen the Smiling Clouded Leopard to be the Mascot for the National Games 2022.
    Meghalaya will host the 2022 National Games, which is coinciding with its 50 years of statehood. Clouded Leopard is among the wild cats that live throughout the forests of Garo, Khasi, and Jaintia Hills.
  • 06-Feb-2019
  • Ramit Tandon Wins Seattle Open

    Indian squash player Ramit Tandon defeated Egyptian Mohamed El Sherbini in the finals to win the Seattle Open, a PSA challenger squash Tour event. 
    The top-seeded Indian, who rose to his career high ranking of 58 in the latest February list, won his first PSA title in the new year and fourth title overall in his career.
  • 04-Feb-2019
  • Sana Mir Becomes 1st Asian Woman To Play 100 T20Is

    Former captain of the Pakistan women team Sana Mir has become the first Asian woman to play hundred T20Is. Mir, 33, is one of Pakistan’s most senior women cricketers and has been representing the country since 2005.
    She achieved the feat when she took the field against West Indies in the third and final T20I in Karachi.
  • 03-Feb-2019
  • Mithali Raj Becomes First Woman To Play 200 ODIs

    Mithali Raj, India's One-day International (ODI) captain, became the first woman to play 200 50-over matches when she walked out for the toss against New Zealand Women in Hamilton on Friday. Unfortunately, Mithali Raj was dismissed by Leigh Kasperek for just 9 runs during her milestone outing. Mithali Raj already holds the record for the most-capped women's cricketer in the history of the game. Mithali Raj had achieved the milestone when she played her 192 ODI of the career, going past Charlotte Edwards' record of 191 appearances.

    India Women have played 263 ODIs in their history. Mithali has now featured in 200 of them.

  • Qatar Defeat Japan To Win Their First-Ever Asian Cup Title In Football

    Almoez Ali scored a spectacular overhead kick for a record ninth goal of the tournament to set Qatar on their way to a first Asian Cup triumph with a stunning 3-1 win over four-time champions Japan on Friday.

    Ali's 12th minute strike took him past Ali Daei's 1996 tally and, combined with a 27th minute strike from Abdulaziz Hatem and a late Akram Afif penalty, helped the Qataris make an emphatic statement ahead of their hosting of the 2022 World Cup.

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