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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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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Khushbir Kaur Wins Silver in 20 Kilometre Walk

Khushbir Kaur gave India its first medal on the 9th day of the Asian Games – a silver medal in women’s 20km walk. With a timing of 1:33:07, she shattered the national record – her own record set at 2014 Asian Walking Championships in Japan. The 21-year-old who hails from Rasulpur Kalan in Amritsar thus

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Maheshwary’s & Mayookha’s Fate Hangs In The Balance

While so many of our Indian athletes have already reached Incheon for the 2014 Asian Games, some still do not even know whether they would at all get their tickets punched for South Korea. Triple jumpers Renjith Maheshwary and Mayookha Johny and the men’s 4×400 relay team’s fates hang in the balance while the road

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Happy Birthday Milkha Singh!

He was the undisputed champion of his times. He made a mark in all the tournaments he participated in. The best athlete India has ever produced, Milkha Singh, celebrates his 79th birthday today. Here are some highlights of his glorious career: Participated in the Olympics – 400 meters- 1956 (Melbourne), 1960 (Rome), 1964 (Tokyo) Gold

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