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Glasgow Commonwealth Games Lack of preparation no issue for athletics coach
Hindustan Times

Glasgow Commonwealth Games Lack of preparation no issue for at...

Discus throwers Krishna Poonia (L) and Seema Antil are rusty. (File Photo) At a time when Dani Samuels was stamping her class, she set a personal best of 66.81m, in women's discus at the Australian national championships at Melbourne in April, ... Hindustan Times, 1 week ago
Indian athletes trying to stay on track Times of India, 1 day ago

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India seek another strong show

The unprecedented success achieved in the last edition would be hard to replicate this time after the dropping of a few disciplines but upbeat after getting back in the Olympic fold, a 215-strong Indian contingent would nonetheless seek a top-five finish in ...
 Deccan Herald5 hours ago

Indian athletics team eyes improvement …

By | Sportskeeda Discus throwers Vikas Gowda and Krishna Poonia will lead the Indian athletics contingent at CWG 2014 The athletics contingent of India hopes to make a statement at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, and strive to make amends ...
 Yahoo! India11 hours ago Indian athletics team for CWG  The Hindu1 week ago
New Indian Express

Scotland yardstick tough to match

CHENNAI: A total of 12 medals that included two gold and three silver. This was India's haul from track and field events when New Delhi hosted the Commonwealth Games in 2010. The world's second most populated country got its first individual gold ...
 New Indian Express1 week ago

Athletes picked for CWG despite missing marks

he eve of the National Inter-State Championships in Lucknow, the Athletics Federation of India (AFI) issued a set of selection standards for picking the squad for the Glasgow Commonwealth Games. On Monday, the AFI selection committee met in the ...
 India Today1 month ago Ashwini picked in CWG relay team  Deccan Herald1 month ago
Mid Day

Jr athletics: Juhu girl Anushi confident of an Asian bronze

Prev By Sundari Iyer | Posted 4 hours ago Back after training with former world record holder and 1976 Olympic gold medallist Mac Wilkis, and Tony Ciarelli in the United States, Mumbai's discus thrower Anushi Desai hopes to win at least a ...
 Mid Day1 month ago
New Indian Express

Tread to Glasgow Games Begins in Lucknow Today

LUCKNOW: The mercury on Wednesday here read 45 degrees. Nevertheless, around 739 players, representing 27 states, will brave the heat and vie for honours and a berth in the Commonwealth Games when the 54th inter-state senior athletic championship ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago

Chance for lesser lights to shine bright

The diamonds of Indian athletics like Vikas Gowda may be shining on the global stage, but it will be a good chance for the lesser lights to gauge their progress, and possibly claim their berths for the Commonwealth Games, in the 54th National ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

AFI cancels Indian GP meet

Share· Comment · print · T+· T- TOPICS Unavailability of top athletes has forced the Athletics Federation of India to cancel the Indian Grand Prix series, proposed to be held at Patiala later this month. The AFI wanted to hold at ...
 The Hindu2 months ago AFI cancels Indian Grand Prix meets  Times of India2 months ago
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