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  • 05-Dec-2016
  • Usain Bolt and Almaz Ayana win IAAF World Athlete of the Year Award

    • Jamaica’s Usain Bolt and Ethiopian distance runner Almaz Ayana were crowned as the IAAF’s athletes of the year.
    • Almaz Ayana of Ethiopia won the award in women’s award category. She was presented with the award for her world-record run to win Olympic gold medal in 10000 metres


  • India beat Pakistan to win women's Twenty20 Asia Cup title

    • India women’s cricket team on Sunday won the Asia Cup T20 for the sixth time by beating Pakistan
  • 02-Dec-2016
  • Carlsen wins tie-break and remains World Champion

    • Norwegian Grandmaster Magnus Carlsen wins World Chess Championship 2016 defeating Russian opponent Sergey Karjakin


  • 29-Nov-2016
  • Argentina beat Croatia to clinch maiden Davis Cup title

    • Argentina lifted their first Davis Cup title after after defeating Croatia in the final
    • The Davis Cup is the premier international team event in men's tennis.
  • 28-Nov-2016
  • India's Aditi Ashok wins inaugural Qatar ladies Open Tour event

    •  India’s Aditi Ashok won  the inaugural Qatar Ladies Open at the Doha Golf Club defeating Sweden’s  Caroline Hedwall
  • Sachin Singh wins gold at the AIBA Youth World Championships

    • Sachin Singh became the third Indian boxer to clinch gold at the AIBA Youth World Championships held in St Petersburg, Russia
    • He contested in 49kg weight class and recorded a rare Indian win over a Cuban boxer.
  • Mariamma Koshy is new Hockey India President

    • Former Hockey player Mariamma Koshy took charge of Hockey India as its president with immediate effect
  • 23-Nov-2016
  • Pankaj Patel elected President of FICCI

    •  Zydus Cadila CMD Pankaj Patel has been elected president of industry body Ficci
    • Patel will take over from Harshavardhan Neotia, Chairman of Ambuja Neotia Group
  • 22-Nov-2016
  • Indian golfer Gaganjeet Bhullar wins Indonesian open 

    • Indian golfer Gaganjeet Bhullar won  BANK BRI-JCB Indonesia Open for the second time in his career. 


  • 21-Nov-2016
  • PV Sindhu wins China Open Super Series title

    • PV Sindhu won the China Open on Sunday, to register her first tournament win post the Rio Olympics. 
    • World number 11 Sindhu defeated ninth-ranked China's Sun Yu


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