A huge number of new illegal substances are fuelling a surge in sports doping and "smarter" testing techniques are needed to catch cheats, according to the head of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA). China is the source of many of the new drugs despite efforts by the Chinese authorities to clampdown, says WADA president
A lacklustre India failed to match the showing of the previous edition by finishing fourth in their pool in the WSF Women's World Team Squash Championship here
Sans their top squash player Dipika Pallikal, India's struggle continued as they were blanked 0-3 by France for their second straight defeat in the ongoing WSF Women's World Team Squash Championship here
India, minus their top squash player Dipika Pallikal, were outplayed by Hong Kong 0-3 in their opening match of the WSF Women's World Team Championship here
The highest world-ranked squash player in India, Dipika Pallikal is not part of the national team for the World Women's Team Championship to be held in Canada from December 1 to 6
The Squash Rackets Federation of India has questioned the veracity of Dipika Pallikal's reported statement that she was unaware of the World Women's Team Squash Championship to be held in Canada from Dec 1 to 6
Kolkata lass was the lone Indian to qualify for the main draw of the Reliance Asian Junior Table Tennis Championships, at the NSCI's Sardar Vallabhai Patel Indoor Stadium yesterday
India's junior girls and cadet boys found a common whipping horse in Singapore to qualify for the second stage after the junior boys lost their Group 2 matches 0-3 to both Japan and North Korea in the 20th Asian Junior Table Tennis Championships being held at the Sardar Patel Stadium here Friday
The Indians will have an onerous task at hand when they engage themselves to take on the best of continental squads in the team events of the Reliance Asian Junior Table Tennis Championships that get underway at the Sardar Vallabhbhai Stadium here from today
Indian men's table tennis team failed to secure a medal for the first time at the Commonwealth Games after being stunned 1-3 by Nigeria in the bronze medal play-off at the Scotstoun Sports Campus here today
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We roll back years to watch one of the best points ever played in a match played between Swedish legend Jan-Ove Waldner and teammate J Persson. Video courtesy: YouTube
India's Ayhika Mukherjee defeated Leila Imre of Hungary to win the junior girls crown at the 2014 Slovak Open Junior Circuit table tennis championships at Senec
Badminton could soon see a new scoring system at the top level to benefit television coverage and make contests more attractive for viewers, the sport's governing body said on Tuesday
Watch the inspiring video of Egyptian-born Ibrahim Hamato, who has no hands but he still plays table tennis with the world's best by holding the paddle in his mouth
Liverpool striker has been voted player of the year by his fellow professionals in English football, capping a season in which his scoring prowess helped erase memories of previous bans
In an astonishing feat, a father-son duo in the UK has set a new world record for the longest table tennis rally that lasted for over eight hours and comprised about 32,000 shots
The Indian women’s team clinched a facile 26-run win over Ireland to sign off their warm-up
Taking the recent form of players as the yardstick, the Indian TT selection committee has picked a five-member men’s team comprising Sharath Kamal (World No.54), Soumyajit Ghosh (117), Harmeet Desai (143), Anthony Amalraj (163) and Sanil Shetty (227) for the World Table Tennis championships to be held at Tokyo from April 28 to May 5.
Refusing to follow in the footsteps of his contemporaries, who hire and fire professional coaches, World No 1 says he prefers continuity when it comes to his coaching staff