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Sania Mirza: Newly-crowned World No. 1 earns plaudits from PM Modi
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Women score high in sports endorsements

Sania Mirza's ascent to the world number one spot in women's doubles tennis has put her in the same endorsement bracket as cricketers Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan. The doubles win along with match partner Martina Hingis in the Family Circle Cup ... Business Standard India, 2 days ago
It's like a fairytale, Sania Mirza says Weekly Times of India, 19 hours ago

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France to host 2019 women's football World Cup

The decision to award France the two events was taken by the FIFA Executive Committee, the world body said in a statement. (Getty Images) France will host the 2019 women's World Cup and the Under-20 women's tournament in 2018 after beating off competition ...
 IBN Live4 weeks ago National women's football team outgun opponents  New Sabah Times9 hours ago Glad that France will host 2019 women's football World Cup: Hollande  News Chennai Online4 weeks ago
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Sania Mirza leads India to Fed Cup win over arch rivals Pakistan

Mirza recently acquired the world number 1 doubles position. Sania Mirza watched from the sidelines as India demolished Pakistan Newly crowned women's doubles world number one Sania Mirza led the Indian team to a convincing win over neighbours ...
 Yahoo! India2 days ago Fed Cup: Indian women trounce Pakistan  Times of India2 days ago India's beti, Pakistan's bahu: No.1 Sania Mirza happy to straddle both worlds  Indian Express1 day ago India whip Pakistan in Fed Cup  Central Chronicle2 days ago

Soccer: Dash trio to compete for U.S. at Women's World Cup

Carli Lloyd, Morgan Brian and Meghan Klingenberg of the Dash on Tuesday were named to the U.S. national team's 23-player roster for the 2015 Women's World Cup this summer in Canada. Lloyd, 32, is on her third World Cup team. A midfielder, she has ...
 Houston Chronicle3 days ago Nigerian teams get opponents for Olympics, World Cups  Nigeria Punch1 day ago Christie Rampone makes her fifth World Cup team  USA Today3 days ago Dash place three on U.S. women's World Cup roster  Houston Chronicle3 days ago
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India hockey eves confident against New Zealand

Following a strong performance against World No.2 Australia, the Indian women's hockey team is all geared up for their quarter-final clash against hosts New Zealand in the Hawke's Bay Cup here on Thursday.India started a on poor note, losing to China and the ...
 Prokerala3 days ago Indian women upbeat about Kiwi face-off  Pune Mirror2 days ago India women hold mighty Australia to a goalless draw in Hawke's Bay Cup  IBNLive India News4 days ago Indian eves hold mighty Aus to 0-0 draw in Hawke's Bay Cup  Business Standard4 days ago

Heena Sidhu misses out on finals berth

of competition at the ISSF World Cup (Rifle/Pistol) here today. Heena was tied with five other shooters on a score of 385 out of a maximum 400, after the end of the qualification round where each shooter had to shoot 40 shots each. However, she missed out on ...
 Business Standard5 days ago Shooter Heena misses out on World Cup finals  Prokerala5 days ago Heena Sidhu Misses Out on 10m Air-Pistol Shooting World Cup Final  NDTV5 days ago Heena Sidhu misses out on final's berth at ISSF World Cup  Indian Express5 days ago
IBN Live

India women take on China in Hawke's Bay Cup opener

New Delhi, Apr 10 (PTI) Buoyed by their victory in Hockey World League Round 2, the Indian women's team is geared up for the opening match against China in the Hawke's Bay Cup beginning in New Zealand tomorrow. Both teams are looking forward to a ...
 Press Trust of India1 week ago Hockeyroos claim round 2 win at Hawke's Bay Cup  Noodls5 days ago India women take on China  The Freepress Journal1 week ago Eves take on China in Hawke's Bay Cup opener  Afternoon Despatch & Courier1 week ago

Sania turns world no 1 women doubles player

Sania Mirza has made history after becoming World No 1 in doubles after winning the final of the WTA Family Circle Cup with partner Martina Hingis.The duo beat the pair of Casey Dellacqua and Darija Jurak 6-0, 6-4 to claim the title.
 Rediff.com6 days ago Sania turns world no 1 women's doubles player  Rediff.com6 days ago

Hockey: Indian women's team target Hawkes Bay Cup; aim to gear up for World League semi-finals

Brimming with confidence after its unbeaten run in the just-concluded World League Round 2, an upbeat Indian women's hockey team was eyeing next month's Hawkes Bay Cup in New Zealand to prepare itself in the best possible manner for the crucial World League ...
 DNA3 weeks ago Hawkes Cup key to Indian hockey eves preparation for WL semis  Business Standard3 weeks ago

Vonn breaks all-time record with 63rd World Cup win

American Lindsey Vonn alpine skier won a women's Super-G to claim a record 63rd World Cup victory at the Cortina d'Ampezzo. The American speed queen finished in one minute and 27.03 seconds which was 0.85 seconds ahead of Austria's Anna Fenninge Monday, ...
 Business Standard2 months ago
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