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  • Pooja Kadian bags India's 1st ever gold at Wushu World Championships

    India clinched its first ever gold medal in the 'Wushu World Championships' in Russia's Kazan, courtesy Pooja Kadian. Wushu player Pooja Kadian bagged the medal in 75-kilograms category at 14th edition of the championship. Kadian finished at the top of the podium after beating Russia's Evgeniya Stepanova in the finals. Pooja had entered the finals after beating Egypt's Heba Abdelkader 2-0 in her last-four match. Four other Indian players also landed on the podium of the tournament that kicked off on September 27th and concluded on October 3rd

    Oct 05, 2017, 10:42 IST

  • Federations Cup: Maharashtra's Archana Adhav wins 800m Women's category

    In 800M Women’s category, Archana Adhav, hailing from Maharashtra, won the gold medal. She defeated Lili Das by a slender margin, pushing her to the second place. Coming from a humble background, she had delivered consistently well in the Junior category. This performance will certainly put her in the same league as the big guns of her category

    Jun 05, 2017, 17:09 IST

  • Federations Cup: Delhi's Amoj Jacob wins in 800m Men's category

    In 800M Men’s Category, Amoj Jacob from Delhi, emerged victorious, as he finished ahead of Jinson Johnson from Kerala and Vishwambhar Kolekar from Karnataka. Arriving fresh into the Senior Category, this is Amoj’s first Gold Medal. Prior to this, his exceptional performance in the Junior category has been rewarding.

    Jun 05, 2017, 17:05 IST

  • Federations Cup: 20 Km Race Walk Women's category

    In Women’s 20 KM walk category, Karamjit Kaur from Punjab cleared the finishing line in a little over the 1 hour 40 min’s mark, ahead of her contenders. Like her sister, Khushbir Kaur, who is the current National Record holder, she too aims to accomplish laurels in the realm of competitive sports. With this win, she secured her maiden Gold Medal in this category

    Jun 05, 2017, 17:00 IST

  • Autistic golfer Ranveer Singh Saini returns with gold medal at Special Olympics World Games

    Golfer Ranveer Singh Saini, the first Indian to bag a gold medal at Special Olympics World Games held in Los Angeles, returned home to New Delhi.

    Aug 10, 2015, 10:54 IST

  • Family of autistic golfer Ranveer Singh Saini rejoices at Special Olympics Gold

    Family members of 14-year-old Indian golfer Ranveer Singh Saini rejoiced after he won gold medal at Special Olympics World Games held in Las Angeles.

    Aug 03, 2015, 12:20 IST

  • Sushil Kumar wins semi final will wrestle for Gold this evening

    Sushil Kumar assured himself of a second straight Olympic medal by powering into the men's 66 kg freestyle wrestling final at the London Games here Sunday. Video courtesy: NDTV

    Aug 12, 2012, 18:07 IST

  • Usain Bolt clinches 100m gold in 9 63 seconds

    The Jamaican collected his fourth career Olympic gold ahead of world champion teammate Yohan Blake, who clocked 9.75 for silver, with 2004 champion Justin Gatlin taking the bronze in 9.79 seconds. Video courtesy: NDTV

    Aug 07, 2012, 09:39 IST

  • Michael Phelps Born To Swim olympic gold medals

    He's just 27 years old, but he's won a spectacular 22 Olympic medals. The man who defied logic at the Beijing Games four years ago has retired after winning his 18th gold at the Olympics. Here's our tribute to the best swimmer of all time, Michael Phelps. Video courtesy: NDTV

    Aug 06, 2012, 11:07 IST

  • Olympics High hopes from Ronjan Sodhi in Double trap shooting

    Olympics: High hopes from Ronjan Sodhi in Double trap shooting. video courtesy: NDTV

    Aug 02, 2012, 14:19 IST

  • Indian shooters stranded thrown out of team hotel in London

    Top Indian shooters including Commonwealth gold medalist Gagan Narang had to spend a night in the lobby after they were denied rooms in a London hotel. Video courtesy: NDTV

    May 01, 2012, 16:05 IST

  • Pooja Surve Akshata Shete and Kshipra Joshi performing Rhythmic Gymnastics

    Look out for these rhythmic gymnasts -- Pooja Surve (20), Kshipra Joshi (15) and Akshata Shete (19). They may not get a gold medal for India at the forthcoming Commonwealth Games, but could do well enough to impress their superior opponents. Story & Video By - Rohan Koli, MiD-DAY

    Sep 09, 2010, 12:00 IST

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