India's top two badminton stars — Saina Nehwal and PV Sindhu — are on a collision course at the $275,000 Japan Open Superseries to be held at the Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium from September 8 to 13. The two are likely to meet in the second round of women's singles in the Japanese capital if they beat their opening round opponents
Viswanathan Anand's hunt for an elusive victory continued as the five times world champion failed to break the solid defences of Wesley So of the USA in the seventh round of Sinquefield Cup, a part of the Grand Chess tour, here
Indian archers have been shining on the world stage like never before, but have failed to achieve their true potential due to lack of mental toughness, says Vijay Kumar Malhotra
Jason Day romped to a six-stroke victory in the Barclays on Sunday, firing an eight-under par 62 to seize the lead in the US PGA Tour's FedEx Cup playoff chase
India suffered their third consecutive loss as they were thrashed by China 39-102 in a Group A match of the 26th Asian Women's Basketball Championship here on Monday
Jordan Spieth dropped to the second spot in world golf rankings after the American missed the halfway cut in last week's The Barclays tournament, paving the way for Northern Irishman Rory McIlroy's return to the top spot
Former Commonwealth Games gold-medallist Manoj Kumar (64kg) sailed into the quarterfinals along with two others on an all-win day for Indian boxers in the Asian Championships today
The last time the senior Indian women’s hockey team won a gold medal in a major international event was way back in 2002, at the Commonwealth Games in Manchester, England
Sprinter hopes his World Championships show will change public’s perception of him as a cheat
England Sevens international Sam Stanley came out as gay in a British newspaper interview published yesterday, becoming the first English professional rugby union player to do so
OP Jaisha smashed her own national record while finishing 18th, one place above compatriot Sudha Singh, in the women’s marathon event as the World Athletics Championships concluded yesterday with none of the Indians even remotely coming up with any chance of winning a medal
Belgian cyclist Kris Boeckmans has been placed in an induced coma after being one of a number of riders badly injured in a crash-riden stage eight of Spain’s Vuelta, his Lotto Soudal team confirmed
Canada's Derek Drouin claimed the men's high jump world title on Sunday in a cliff-hanging contest in Beijing
Almaz Ayana led an Ethiopian medals sweep in the women's 5,000m on Sunday as 1,500m winner Genzebe Dibaba had to settle for bronze at the world championships in Beijing
A man died on Saturday after falling from an upper deck at the Atlanta Braves’ ballpark
Jamaica upset Olympic champions United States to win the world women's 4x400 metres relay final here on Sunday
Four 4y-old & two 5y-old fillies have entered the fray for the Gr 3, Threptin Fillies' & Mares' Stakes, the feature event of Sunday's eight-race card. Prominent among them are Aquamarine, Trance & Schiavone, the last-named brought all the way from Bangalore by her trainer Suleiman Attaollahi.
Prathamesh Dhumal recorded a fine hat-trick to power Rahul Mitra Mandal to a 4-0 win against United Brothers in a Second Division match of the MDFA (Mumbai District Football Association) League – 2014-15, played at the St. Xavier’s Ground, Parel on Saturday.
Marina Arzamasova of Belarus stunned defending champion Eunice Sum to win the women’s 800 metres world title in a thriller on Saturday.
The Indian women’s hockey team has qualified for the Rio Olympics on a day that happens to be legendary Major Dhyan Chand’s birth anniversary, also celebrated as National Sports Day.
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