Talent Manages To Supercede Reputation

Sushil Kumar, an Indian freestyle wrestler, has won the 2010 world title, a silver medal at the 2012 London Olympics and a bronze medal at the 2008 Beijing Olympics, making him the only Indian to win two individual Olympic medals. He made our country proud on various international platforms,...

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All Set For The Rio Olympics

The world is gearing up for the pinnacle of athletic competitions, the Rio Olympics 2016. With countries from around the world coming together for the quadrennial competition where the best of each sport will come together to compete and win laurels for themselves and their nations; it is all...

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Our forgotten hope for the olympics

Our Forgotten Hope For The Olympics

Historically, India hasn’t performed well in the International stage in athletics. Every year we hear disappointing results of the Indian competitors, and those few who do manage to notch up a medal tally are hailed as heroes, only to be forgotten in a couple of months. Some would even...

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IHL: The Revival Of Our National Sport

Hockey India League made its impact straight away as it brought a golden chance for the young and trained Indian hockey players waiting for the big stage. Its format allowed Indian origin players to share the field with world class International players. Their dreams turned into reality as they...

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The End Of A Cricket Blockbuster

The nation gasped in a collective sigh, as Sehwag announced his retirement from Internationalcricket and IPL last evening.It came as a rude shock exactly 5 days after Zaheer Khan also announced his retirement from international cricket. Both instrumental pillars of the Indian cricket team, these men have inspired...

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#IndvsSA: A SWOT Analysis Of #TeamIndia

A mouth-watering contest is about to begin in a couple of days’ time. As South Africa arrive in India for their longest tour ever (in terms of days spent), it’s time we analyze whether the tagline for this series of Indian cricket “Mushkil Hai, Mazaa Aayega” (Star Sports India)...

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Sania Mirza Was, Is And Will Be World’s No 1

Saturday night will go down as a glorious night in India’s sports history. In fact, this year’s coveted Wimbledon championship will go down in history as the event that will remain in the hearts and minds of every Indian. Leander Paes won Men’s doubles, Sumit Nagal won Boy’s doubles...

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Neck to Neck: India vs Bangladesh

The crucial series between the World Cup quarter finalists and semifinalists, Bangladesh and India-respectively, is set to kick off on the 10th of June, 2015 in Bangladesh. The series will be inaugurated with a 5 day test, after which the teams move on to play 3 One Day Internationals...

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AB de Villiers Does It Again And How!

So, the Wankhede stadium in Mumbai witnessed yet another groundbreaking record being set in its lap. Proving to the entire world that he is the best batsmen that there is at present, South Africa’s AB de Villiers conjured up a smashing 133 (a score the remains unbeaten) off 59...

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5 Matches That Stole The Show This World Cup

The ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 has finally come to an end with theAussies lifting the coveted Cup for the fifth time. This year’s World Cup Tournament was the most watched World Cup ever. Everybody anticipated a different final. All long the knockout matches, the ups and downs in...

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5 Top Run-Scorers this World Cup

Many a records have been broken this World Cup and a few records made, like that of New Zealand skipper Brendon McCullum’s. He is the first ever Captain to have scored a duck in The World Cup. There are good performances by the some batsmen, and then, there are...

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