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Departure of Oltmans a big loss for India: Viren Rasquinha
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Departure of Oltmans a big loss for India: Viren Rasquinha

Viren Rasquinha is former India hockey captain, CEO of Olympic Gold Quest and part of Olympic Task Force. He spoke with Rutvick Mehta DNA, 2 weeks ago

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Narang's foundation inks deal with OGQ

Gagan Narang Sports Promotion Foundation (GNSPF) on Tuesday announced a long-term association with Olympic Gold Quest for its ambitious programme 'Project Leap'. The project, that has shortlisted 23 shooters (12 girls and 11 boys) from across the country, ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago Narang, OGQ announce talent search programme  Prokerala2 months ago Project Leap joins hands with Olympic Gold Quest (OGQ)  DNA2 months ago
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Badminton Worlds: Srikanth, Sindhu start quest for elusive gold

Saina and Sindhu have got byes in the opening round IMAGE: PV Sindhu. Photograph: PTI In-form Kidambi Srikanth and two-time bronze medallist P V Sindhu will headline a 21-member Indian contingent as they gun for the elusive gold medal at the World Badminton Championships starting in Glasgow on Monday. After grabbing successive titles at Indonesia and Australia, Srikanth will look to continue his rampaging run and clinch a maiden World Championship medal when he spearheads India's challenge ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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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 ...
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