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Dipa, tennis duo in with chance to open medal chest

Dipa will have to compete with the likes of the all-round apparatus champion and the darling of the Games, Simon Biles. India's stuttering campaign in the Olympic Games got a major boost due to the excellent show put on by woman steeplechaser ... The Hindu, 2 weeks ago

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Gymnast Dipa, Sania-Bopanna pair keep Indian hopes alive

Sport Posted at: Aug 14, 2016, 9:56 AM; last updated: Aug 14, 2016, 6:38 PM (IST) RIO OLYMPICS Also in this section Sania and Bopanna will now fight for the bronze medal. PTI Rio de Janeiro, August 14 India's stuttering ...
 Chandigarh Tribune2 weeks ago Rio 2016: Gymnast Dipa Karmakar, Sania-Bopanna in With Chance to Open Medal Chest  News18.com2 weeks ago Lalita shines before Sania-Bopanna stumble in tennis  Rediff.com2 weeks ago Lalita lights up day before India stumble in tennis  Deccan Herald2 weeks ago
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Rio Olympics: Lalita Babar qualifies for 3,000 metre Steeplechase finals

Prev By IANS| Posted 43 minutes ago Rio de Janeiro: Long distance runner Lalita Babar kept India's hopes alive by qualifying for the women's 3,000 metre Steeplechase finals while rower Dattu Bhokanal topped the Final C to finish 13th overall in ...
 Mid Day2 weeks ago Rio Olympics: Lalita, Dattu provide cheer on dismal day  ProKerala.com2 weeks ago Rio Olympics 2016: Long distance runner Lalita Babar provide cheer on dismal day  India.com2 weeks ago India @ Rio Olympics Day 8 Wrap: Lalita Babar the sole bright light on another dismal day  The Sports Campus2 weeks ago
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NDTV

India at Olympics: Steeplechaser Lalita creates history, semi-final disappointment for Sania-Bopanna

While steeplechaser Lalita Babar created history by becoming the first Indian athlete to qualify for the final of an Olympic track event, big names from the Indian contingent including tennis stars Sania Mirza , Rohan Bopanna and badminton pair of ...
 India Today2 weeks ago Rio 2016: Lalita Babbar Lone Bright Spot as Shooters Disappoint Again  NDTV2 weeks ago Live | Lalita Babar through, Indian hockey eves lose to Argentina 5-0  The Hindu2 weeks ago Rio Olympics Day 8 Highlights: Lalita Qualifies For 3000m Steeplechase Final, Shooters Fail  Jagran Post2 weeks ago
Rediff.com

How Indian athletes fared on Day 8 in Rio

India's report card on the eighth day of the 2016 Olympics. ATHLETICS: IMAGE: India's Ankit Sharma competes in the men's Long Jump qualifying round at the Rio Games. Photograph: Jamie Squire/Getty Images Women's 3000m steeplechase Lalita Babar finished fourth in the qualifying Heat 2, clocking 9 minutes, 19.76 seconds and qualified for the final. Sudha Singh placed 9th in Heat 2, clocking a poor 9:43.29s. She finished 30th overall. Women's 100m semis: Dutee Chand finished seventh in Heat 5, ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago Rio: Indians in action on day 8  The Statesman2 weeks ago

INDIA WATCH: BABITA RECOVERS FROM FEVER, STARTS TRAINING

█ BABITA RECOVERS FROM FEVER, STARTS TRAINING WRESTLING The Indian contingent suffered a Zika virus scare after Babita Kumari developed high fever but the Wrestling Federation of India (WFI) confirmed that the wrestler is on the road to recovery ...
 Pune Mirror2 weeks ago
Calcutta Telegraph

Will not settle for a silver or bronze, says Krishan

Vikas Krishan celebrates after beating Onder Sipal Rio de Janeiro: Vikas Krishan did not have a specific medal in mind when he arrived here to take part in the Olympics a week ago. But now, having reached the quarter-finals by defeating Onder ...
 Calcutta Telegraph2 weeks ago Tennis, Boxing Bring Hope for India After Spate of Failures  Outlook India2 weeks ago Rio 2016: Sania-Rohan, Vikas Krishnan bring cheers for India  Siasat Daily2 weeks ago Rio 2016: After spate of failures, Sania-Bopanna and Krishan bring India close to 2 medals  DNA India2 weeks ago
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China's defending champions Lin and Li win second group match

RIO DE JANEIRO, Aug. 12 (Xinhua) -- China's Lin Dan and Li Xuerui, the defending champions in men's and women's singles events, grabbed their second group victories but their mixed doubles teammates Xu Chen/Ma Jin and women's doubles ...
 SINA2 weeks ago
Mainichi Daily News

Endo, Hayakawa wrap up Japan badminton onslaught

RIO DE JANEIRO — Japan was unstoppable in badminton at the Rio Olympic Games on Friday, when the men's doubles team of Hiroyuki Endo and Kenichi Hayakawa defeated the two-time defending world champions in group play. The unseeded Japanese men ...
 Japan Today2 weeks ago Olympics: Matsutomo-Takahashi duo, Okuhara win in badminton  Mainichi Daily News2 weeks ago Olympics: Endo, Hayakawa wrap up Japan badminton onslaught (2016/8/13)  Mainichi Daily News2 weeks ago OLYMPIC WD Preview Breaking China's 20-year lock  News EasyBranches.com4 weeks ago
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Rio 2016: India continue dismal show on day seven of Olympics

India were left seeking their first medal of the Rio Olympics after suffering further setbacks on day seven with the elimination of archer Atanu Das, rifle shooters Gagan Narang and Chain Singh and shuttlers from men's and women's doubles. To add ...
 The Statesman2 weeks ago Struggling India continue to plumb depths in Olympics  Mid Day2 weeks ago
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