Liksy Joseph Wins Second Silver Medal At Wuhan

India had a good run on the second day at the Asian Athletics Championships in Wuhan. A total of four medals came India’s way today in Wuhan, China. After MR Poovamma added a silver to the medal tally in the morning, three others made it on the podium. Liksy Joseph led the Indian fray for medals on

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MR Poovamma Claims Silver At Asian Athletics Championships

A day after Inderjeet Singh bagged the gold medal on Day One of the Asian Athletics Championships, MR Poovamma got India its second medal – a silver – in the 400m run in the Chinese city of Wuhan. Narrow Miss of 2016 Rio Qualification Berth For MR Poovamma MR Poovamma clocked 53.07 seconds in her

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Inderjeet Singh Clinches Gold At Asian Championships

Shot putter Inderjeet Singh has made India proud once again. Singh, who had qualified for the 2016 Rio Olympics at the 19th Federation Cup held in Mangaluru, won the gold medal in the ongoing Asian Athletics Championships in Wuhan, China. India’s medal tally in the tournament has thus been opened up with a huge bang

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Top Indian Performances In Asian Athletics Championship

India has always been a force to reckon with when it comes to the Asian Athletics Championship. A lot of athletes from the nation have managed to steal the show over the years. As we gear up for yet another edition of the competition this year, it would only be fitting to look back into

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Teenager Beant Singh Makes India Proud at Doha

16-year old Beant Singh was the pick of the Indian athletes at the Asian Youth Athletics Championships, held at Doha, Qatar. Beant Singh, who hails from Delhi, won the gold medal in the 800 metres run, clocking a speed of 1:52.26. Singh’s efforts put him amongst the world’s fastest time-toppers for this year. Beant Singh:

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Asiad Athletics Recap: India Continue Dominance In Women’s Relay

Gold medals in 4x400m women’s relay and women’s discus throw, highlighted India’s performance at the 2014 Asiad athletics. India’s gold count, did go down from 5 in 2010 to just 2 in 2014. However, some spirited performances and surprise bronze medals ensured that the overall medal count in Athletics went up from 12 in 2010,

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Day 14 Recap: Double Kabaddi Gold Takes India’s Tally to 57 Medals

Gold rush in Kabaddi on Day 14 of the 17th Asian Games took India’s gold tally to 11 and India’s campaign in Incheon ends with a total of 57 medals. Contrary to prior expectations India couldn’t improve upon its performance at the 2010 Guangzhou Games where the country had won a whopping 65 medals including 14

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Manju Bala’s Asiad Bronze Medal To Be Upgraded To Silver

We learnt on Friday that Indian athlete Manju Bala’s Bronze medal won in the women’s hammer throw competition at the 17th Asian Games in Incheon will be upgraded to Silver as the Chinese Gold medal winner Zhang Weinxiu has failed a dope test. ‘’The competitor has been disqualified from the competition as well as these Games

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Recap Day 13: Double Gold For India In Hockey And Athletics

Day 13 turned out to be a memorable day for India as men’s Hockey brought an Asiad gold after 16 years and the women’s 4x400m relay team also defended their Asiad title successfully. In an absolutely nail-biting and enthralling contest, India saw off Pakistan in a penalty shootout to seal India’s place at the 2016 Rio

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An Unexpected Gold For India in 2014 Asian Games

Another Gold at the Asian Games.  A Post from an 11 year old. The grammar may not be the best, but the enthusiasm and support for Indian Athletes is from the heart….   This Gold was from the 1600m Relay i.e. 400 X 4. 400m by one athlete, so we have 4 Magnificients  of the Race.

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