India Extends Lead At South Asian Games

India’s position on top of the leader-board at the ongoing South Asian Games has become more solid. The team bagged a whopping 70 medals on the fifth day dominating over its regional competitors. This takes India’s medal tally at the games to 194, finishing the day six short of 200. However, India’s nearest competitors Sri

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Deborah: From Surviving Tsunami To Making India Proud

In India, Cycling is not a sport that has many fans, glittering leagues, or big Bollywood backers. But this has not stopped the sport from producing heroes that we could be proud of. Deborah Herold is one such hero. Deborah was ranked fourth in the recent World Elite Women Ranking issued by UCI for the

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Track Asia Cup: India Finish Third With 11 Medals

The Indian Cycling team rounded off their Track Asia Cup campaign at third positon with 11 medals ( 3 Gold, 3 Silver and 5 bronze) Deborah, who had earlier won a silver medal in the Women’s race distance event added a gold to her tally. She won the yellow metal in the Women’s Elite Sprint

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Track Asia Cup Cycling: Deborah Breaks National Record

The Indian Cyclists won Five Medals on the opening day of Track Asia Cup cycling meet held at the IG Stadium Complex Velodrome. The first medal came courtesy of Anu Chutia, who won silver in the 500 meter Race Distance event of Women’s Junior Category. The gold medal in the event went to Amritha Reghunathan

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Lance Armstrong: Fallen, Broken And Yet Together

Lance Armstrong was the poster-boy for American cycling back in the 1990s. His career as a junior cyclist and triathlete showed promise. He picked the sport to great levels for the American team, putting the country on the world map of cycling main events. The American has been a champion, he has suffered defeats, overcome

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Everyone Is A Winner At The LA Special Olympics 2015

An emotional closing ceremony for the Special Olympics 2015 in Los Angeles saw a great many competitors say farewell to the sporting festival. The Special Olympics 2015 saw participants from over 160 countries in the various sporting events held during the week. Ranging from weightlifting to football, about 6,500 athletes are said to have participated

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National Games Day 8 Summary – Rajat Chauhan Claims Gold

As the National Games pass on to the eighth day, Sports Rediscovered brings to you a summary of the events as they  took place in God’s own country. Archery: In the penultimate day for archery, the Jawaharlal Nehru stadium, Ernakulam witnessed some interesting action in the compound events. In a shocker, Manipur, which leads the medals

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