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Sports Shorts: Gaurav in quarters, Shiva bows out of Worlds
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Sports Shorts: Gaurav in quarters, Shiva bows out of Worlds

IMAGE: India’s Gaurav Bidhuri, left, celebrates. Photograph: Facebook The unheralded Gaurav Bidhuri (56kg) advanced to the quarterfinals with an upset win but Shiva Thapa's quest for a second World Boxing Championship medal ended without exchanging a single blow as he was forced to withdraw due to food poisoning and fever, in Hamburg on Monday. Shiva, seeded fifth in the lightweight 60kg category, was to take on Georgia's Otar Eranosyan in his second-round bout after being given a ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago

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Exclusive! 'I am not a criminal'

'What can I do if god made me the way I am?''All I want to do is win medals for India and make my country proud.' IMAGE: Dutee Chand challenged the International Association of Athletics Federation's hyperandrogenism policy. Photograph: Kind courtesy: Dutee Chand/Facebook After a blink and miss appearance at the World Athletics Championships in London, India's sprint queen Dutee Chand is hoping to bounce back at the World University Games in Taipei. The Odisha athlete won two bronze medals at ...
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Sports Shorts: Vijender predicts more medals at Worlds

IMAGE: Vijender Singh during a live training session. Photograph: Hitesh Harisinghani/Rediff.com Eight years ago, he scripted history by opening the country's account in amateur boxing's marquee event and Vijender Singh feels India might just go one better on that during the 19th World Championship, starting August 25 in Hamburg. The 31-year-old had fetched a bronze medal at the 15th World Championship in Milan, just over a year after becoming India's first Olympic medallist in boxing -- a ...
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Sports Shorts: Aus cyclist Perkins to represent Russia at 2020 Olympics

A summary of sports events and sports persons, who made news on Friday IMAGE: Shane Perkins. Photograph: Paul Hanna/Reuters Australian cyclist Shane Perkins has been given the green light to attain Russian citizenship by President Vladimir Putin, paving the way for the twice world champion to represent his new country at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. The Melbourne-born 30-year-old won a sprint bronze for Australia at the 2012 Olympics in London but missed out on selection for last year's Rio Games.
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Dutee to participate at World C'ships after CAS nod

Dutee's best of 11.30 seconds, which she clocked during the Indian Grand Prix in New Delhi on May 15, has now earned her a 'quota entry' for the World Championships. Her 11.30secs timing gives her a current global ranking of 103. In her 'gender case' before the Court of Arbitration for Sports (CAS) in Lausanne, Switzerland, the world's top sports tribunal has suspended IAAF's Hyperandrogenism Policy, under which the AFI suspended Dutee from competitions in 2014.   Sprinter Dutee Chand on ...
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IAAF chief understands Dutee's plight, but level-playing field needed

‘For everybody's sake, it is for the international federation to create ways of level-playing field for its competitors’ IMAGE: Dutee Chand challenged the International Association of Athletics Federations' Hyperandrogenism Policy.. Photograph Courtesy: Dutee Chand/Facebook The International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) chief Sebastian Coe empathises with the plight of Indian sprinter Dutee Chand, whose career has been hit by the controversial 'gender ...
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Semenya feels sorry for Dutee, tells her to focus on training

IMAGE: Dutee Chand. Photograph: PTI There is no one better than Caster Semenya who can relate to the plight of Dutee Chand and the South African says the Indian sprinter should focus more on training while describing the discussion on her gender test as "boring and nonsense".Semenya, the Rio Olympics champion in women's 800m, feels sorry for Chand since the Indian, just like her, is facing a gender test row.After winning the gold medal in the 2009 Berlin World Championships, questions were ...
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