You’re a disgrace, you’re a disgrace: Nick Kyrgios to umpire

Shared News| Published: July 6, 2019 11:49:10 am Kyrgios lost his cool when Nadal took too long between points. In the second set he took up the issue with the chair umpire Damien Dumusois. It was just the start. Australia’s Nick Kyrgios argues with match umpire Damien Dumusois during a break in play against Spain’s […]

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Haryana: Medal winners suffer prize money cut for podium finish at both CWG, Asian Games

Athletes like world number one wrestler and Asian Games champion Bajrang Punia and Asian Games champion Vinesh Phogat, apart from other medallists in both the events have got reduced prize money. Shared News| Published: June 26, 2019 8:32:07 am Wrestlers Bajrang Punia and Vinesh Phogat (left) are among those who have got reduced prize money. […]

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NADA to test athletes at state championships

The upcoming state championships in Mumbai will be the second occasion where NADA officials will be present – the first instance was at the Kerala state meet 10 days back. Shared News| Updated: June 24, 2019 10:11:33 am NADA sleuths will conduct tests at the Maharashtra State Athletics Championships, starting next week in Mumbai. (Representational […]

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Caster Semenya to IAAF after another winning race: Catch dopers, ‘not us’

Caster Semenya, who is battling the sport’s governing IAAF over rules that prevent her from running her preferred distance races unless she takes testosterone-suppressant medication, won a 2,000 metres at the Montreuil athletics meeting on Tuesday. Shared News|Published: June 12, 2019 10:34:21 am South African athlete Caster Semenya prepares to race during a 2,000 metres […]

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CWG 2018: Manu Bhaker, all of 16, smashes records, becomes one of India’s youngest gold winners

  While Manu Bhaker broke records on her way to a gold at the Commonwealth Games, the 16-year-old already has her eyes set on the next big tournament.   Shared News| Updated: April 9, 2018 8:45:24 am Manu Bhaker has been shooting high scores for fun, and has hardly ever returned from a tournament without […]

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ISSF World Cup: Rahi Sarnobat’s journey takes her to Tokyo Games

Rahi Sarnobat is the first in her event to book a spot for Tokyo Olympics next year. Shared News| Updated: May 28, 2019 8:40:46 am Rahi Sarnobat clinched 25m gold at Munich World Cup. Rahi Sarnobat exuded calm as she smiled for the cameras after the women’s 25m pistol final at the Munich World Cup. […]

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I first thought, world won’t allow a girl to be with a girl. But she said, if we want we can make it work: Dutee Chand

After becoming the first Indian sportsperson to talk about being in a same-sex relationship, Dutee Chand opens up about dealing with the dilemma of coming out and the reaction of her family and well-wishers since Shared News| Updated: May 26, 2019 7:38:11 am Asian Games medallist Dutee Chand opens up about dealing with the dilemma […]

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Dutee Chand Soulmate proposed on Valentine’s Day

In her first detailed interview after opening up about being in a same-sex relationship to The Sunday Express last weekend, Dutee spoke about the delight of receiving overwhelming support for her announcement. ‘Knew it would make news, didn’t realise extent’.: Dutee Chand (Express photo) Star sprinter Dutee Chand has sweet recollection of a special WhatsApp […]

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French Open 2019: Where are they now? Jelena Ostapenko’s back with hope but high hurdles

After winning the French Open in 2017, Jelena Ostapenko won just 23 matches next season and comes into this edition with eight matches won in 2019. She is now ranked 40th in the world, unseeded and unfancied. Latvia’s Jelena Ostapenko celebrates with the French Open trophy in 2017. (Source: Reuters) When Jelena Ostapenko cracked a […]

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