Vijender Singh vs Dean Gillen Ends In a Knockout Win For the Indian

Vijender Singh took the shortest route to a victory in his second professional bout with an impressive first round knock out of Dean Gillen. Just as easy as 1-2-3, Vijender Singh had Dean Gillen on the mat and his first in the air to signify a win via TKO (Knock out). Here is our minute

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Sports Tweets Of The Week: Michael Clarke Bids Adieu

In this edition of sports tweets of the week, we take a look at the renewal of the English Premier League 2015. As exciting as that is, we also take a look at the retirement of Aussie icon Michael Clarke. Many a tear was shed upon his retirement and a few prominent stars took to

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Pullela Gopichand Interview: I Look For The Ability To Win

Pullela Gopichand is the chief Indian national team coach credited for the broad-based success of Indian badminton. At times though, he seems to be held responsible for everything that is happening with Indian badminton, whether it is the need for Saina Nehwal to rediscover her form or the fact that officials have not done justice

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Wimbledon Women Doubles Final Live – Sania Mirza/Martina Hingis Win

Sports Rediscovered brings a live report of Sania Mirza and Martina Hingis winning the Wimbledon women doubles final with game by game coverage. Sania Mirza and Martina Hingis were up against a strong Russian pairing of Elena Vesnina and Makarova and won the tie in a close third set. The Indo-Swiss team tied the match

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ICC Cricket World Cup: Indian Fans And Media React To Loss

The painful loss to Australia in the 2015 ICC Cricket World Cup semifinal has left many distraught. However, at the same time it has left others proud to be a supporter of Team India. While Team India lost to Australia by a massive 95 run margin, it underlined a characteristic that had been prominent through

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Dutee Chand: The Complete Story

Today on Women’s Day, Sports Rediscovered is proud to present the story of Dutee Chand, India’s 19-year-old 100 metre champion from Orissa. Modest background Dutee belongs to a modest weaving family in Orissa with limited means. Inspired by the success of her sister, Saraswati Chand, Dutee took to the track events with great enthusiasm. Dutee

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All England Open Badminton – Top 5 Indian Performances

The All England Open Badminton Championship is all set to get underway this week. The Indian presence in the tournament is stronger than ever with 15 players looking to steal the show. As we get ready to cheer the Indian contingent at the All England Open Badminton Championship, it would only be fitting to take a

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UP Wizards Hand Punjab Warriors First Defeat

The Uttar Pradesh Wizards put up a brilliant performance on their home ground as they beat league leaders Punjab Warriors with a score of 2-1. Early Goals from captain V.R Raghunath and Ramandeep Singh in the first ten minutes followed by some quality defending ensured the win for UP Wizards. Jamie Dwyer scored the lone

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Indian Badminton Weekly #2: Saina Nehwal, Kashyap Shine

Top class badminton returned to India in week 2 of our coverage of the badminton circuit with the recently-concluded Syed Modi Grand Prix Gold held in Lucknow last week. It was a good week for Indian Badminton as Saina Nehwal successfully defended her crown in women’s singles and was joined on the winners list by

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Australian Open: Leander And Hingis In Mixed Doubles Finals

Nobody at the Australian Open today, would have seen those gruelling late night sessions that ensure the razor sharp reflexes and fitness of Leander Paes. But everybody saw that magical return . It was enough and more evidence of the class of Leander.