Saina, Sindhu Look To Take India Further At Asian Games 2014

India created history on Day 1 of the Asian Games by reaching the semi finals of the Women Badminton event. Sports Rediscovered brings you a preview of India’s chances in the Badminton Singles Events. With four medals at the Commonwealth Games and a bronze medal at the World Championships, there’s no doubt that the clamoring

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Indian Hockey At The 2014 Asian Games: Preview

Here is a quick overview of the Indian Men’s and Women’s Hockey teams and the matches they will be playing at the Asian Games 2014. Sports Rediscovered team wishes them the best ! Indian Men’s Hockey Team: FIH World Ranking-9 Coach-Terry Walsh Captain-Sardara Singh (191 caps) Squad- Goalkeeper: PR Sreejesh(vc) Defenders: Birendra Lakra, Rupinder Pal

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Day 1 Recap: Golden Opening Day For India At Asian Games

It turned out to be a grand opening day for India at Asian Games with India winning 2 medals and getting assured of 2 more medals as well. Jitu Rai was the architect of India’s gold rush in shooting while the other medal also came from India’s most consistent sport, shooting, through Shweta Chaudhry. There

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Top Ten Indian Medal Aspirants At The Asian Games

The final preparations have been done, the good luck messages have been sent, now it’s time to plunge into the Asian Games 2014. Here’s a look at ten medal hopefuls who can make the country proud.

Meet Captain Magnificent – Sardara Singh

“Everyone is his own coach because nobody can tell you what your weaknesses are, only you know,” – Indian captain Sardara Singh

Interview: Hope I Can Be In Top 25 By Year-End: HS Prannoy

HS Prannoy reached back to back finals on the International Badminton circuit and won the Indonesia Masters Grand Prix Gold. Here is an interview with the promising badminton star. It had been quite a fortnight for the young and talented HS Prannoy. The disappointment of a tough defeat in the Vietnam Open final, then the

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Indian Squash Players Oozing Confidence

A Memorable Summer : It’s been a memorable summer for Indian squash. A sport that had a very good talent reserve in the country but very less popularity, burst into the spotlight as Dipika Pallikal and Joshna Chinappa clinched a historic women’s doubles gold at the Glasgow Commonwealth Games. On the men’s side, Saurav Ghosal

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Mary Kom To Pack A Punch At Asian Games

After days of disappointing news of pullouts of star athletes and slashing of the jumbo contingent, India is all set to embrace the prestigious multidisciplinary sporting event, the Asian Games with a lot of enthusiasm, hope and gusto. India’s performances in multi-sporting events have improved over the years and the last Asian Games at Guangzhou

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Yuki Bhambri – And His Love For Sport

The Davis Cup tie between India and Serbia was dead even with 2 matches won by each team. In the final rubber, Indian hopes rested on the shoulders of Yuki Bhambri and one was reminded of the famous lines of, Luke 12:48 , “To Whom Much is Given , much will be required”

Building the Pro Kabaddi League and The Arrival of Amitabh Bachchan

Just as the Jaipur Pink Panthers celebrated their win at Pink Square Mall in Jaipur over the weekend, Sports Rediscovered brings you an analysis of the success of the Pro Kabbadi League and what it means for Indian Sports. Mashal Sports “Built a New Sports League” and the Crowds  came  In the famous baseball film,

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