Indian gymnast Dipa Karmakar had an impressive performance in the vault finals of the World Gymnastics Championships in Glasgow. She entered as one of eight finalists at the event in a tough group that included former champions and current Olympic medallists. Dipa started her opening jump with the Produnova to score 15.300 and followed it
India’s youngest gymnast Dipa Karmakar has consistently made India proud. This is another opportunity for the girl from Agartala as she becomes the first Indian to qualify for the finals of World Gymnastics Championships. The 22 year old scored a total of 14.900 points to settle for the seventh spot in the qualifying rounds ahead
A public recognition of outstanding endeavours on the Indian sporting map – this is why the Arjuna Awards are so important. This year, 17 sportspersons from athletics to hockey to cricket have been nominated for the prestigious award. Sports Rediscovered takes a look at the recommendations, and why they make deserving candidates. 1. Sandeep Kumar (Archery)
India’s Dipa Karmakar continued to stamp her class with another medal-winning performance at the recently-concluded 6th Senior ART Gymnastics Asian Championships in Hiroshima. The artistic gymnast clinched bronze in women’s vault and finished seventh in the overall standings at this prestigious event. Yan Wang from China successfully defended her title and logged 14.988 points. She
Flips and somersaults- this is what Ashish Kumar’s life is all about. In this new edition of “Indian Heroes”, Sports Rediscovered brings to you the story of India’s first ever medal winner in gymnastics, a sport still in its nascent stages in India. Early life: Born in Allahabad, Ashish Kumar forayed into gymnastics at a
The curtains fell on the 2015 National Games recently. The event was hosted by Kerala from January 31st to February 14th and it was tagged as one of the most well organized events in recent history. A commendable effort by Kerala Over the past two weeks, Kerala witnessed some healthy competition in every discipline. Apart from shining
The 35th edition of the National games came to a colorful end on Saturday. Services Sports Control Board (SSCB) won their third consecutive overall championship while hosts Kerala came in second in the Medal Table. Sports Rediscovered summarized the final National Games Medal Table Third consecutive championship for Services Services secured their third consecutive championship
A little more hardwork could get her at least a commendable performance Olympics in 2016.
India is waiting with bated breaths for the 31st of January to come. And with good reason- for the National Games 2015 is set to kick start in Kerala on that day.Sports Rediscovered brings to you the schedule for the games, with best wishes to all the players. So India, it’s time to get, set,
Dipa karmakar once again landed the Produnova on her second vault at the World Championships.
The Produnova is an artistic gymnastics vault with the highest possible difficulty level. It involves a front handspring followed by two front somersaults. This is one of the toughest and riskiest vaults and only four women in history, have ever successfully completed the Produnova