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Anup Kumar: India's kabaddi captain is leading by example

Anup Kumar: India's kabaddi captain is leading by example

The World Cup-winning Indian kabaddi captain talks about his relevance in the modern game Anup Kumar emerged from the hour-long team meeting sporting an autographed Australian rules football jersey gifted to him by the visiting Australian team. ..., 1 day ago
Times of India

Chennai boy Neel sails to success

CHENNAI: When most of his classmates are busy with their eighth standard syllabus, 12-year-old Neelanand is making waves - quite literally. The Don Bosco student is one of the most promising sailors on the circuit today. Neel, as he is ...
 Times of India1 week ago

Meet The 19 Paralympians Who Are Going To Make India Proud In Rio And Will Need Your Wishes

India kickstarts its Paralympic Games campaign this month in Rio with 19 athletes hoping to make the nation proud. The 2016 Paralympics Games start on September 7 and Indians are participating in 5 different sports and have a credible chance of ...
 Indiatimes1 month ago

From Injuries to Slumps in His Career, Here's How Olympian Yogeshwar Dutt's Made His Way to the Top

#ChasingTheGold: A series on the lesser known stories of India's sporting stars, presented by The Better India in collaboration with Knappily, the Knowledge App A look at Haryana-born wrestler Yogeshwar Dutt's incredible journey as he steps on the ...
 Yahoo! India2 months ago
The Hindu

Sakshi Malik: From Haryana to Rio

Sakshi Malik, the Rohtak-based freestyle wrestler, scripted history on Wednesday by winning a bronze medal in the 58 kg category at Rio Olympics. Sakshi is the first Indian Olympian to win a medal in this season and the fourth Indian woman to win ...
 The Hindu2 months ago

Jaisha, Kavita finish way behind in women's marathon

O P Jaisha and Kavita Raut, India’s best distance runners and medallists at the Asian Games in the past, found themselves out of depth in the women's marathon at the Rio Olympics and finished way behind in the 150-plus field on Sunday. National record holder Jaisha, bronze medallist in the 5,000 metres and 1,500 metres at the 2006 and 2014 Asiads in Doha and Incheon respectively, ended up 89th, finishing the energy-sapping 42.1km race in two hours, 47 minutes, 19 seconds. The 33-year-old ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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