India kept its regional supremacy intact and was crowned champions once again at the South Asian Games with a record 308 medals in front of the home crowd at Guwahati and Shillong. The hosts tally stood at 188 gold medals, 90 silver medals and 30 bronze medals. Sri Lanka finished second with 186 medals and
Last weekend, Ronda stretched her winning streak, as well as her legacy when she battered and bruised Bethe Correia at UFC 190. Heading into the fight, Bethe vowed to put an end to Ronda’s meteoric rise to fame, while the bantamweight champion brushed off her threats. Fans were excited about the fight, not because it
To celebrate the contributions of sportsmen/women, and to bring them to the attention of the sports lovers in the country, we have decided to look back at some of the best Indian individual talents from the field of combat sports. Continuing our series of forgotten heroes of Indian contact sports (you can find the first
Garima Choudhary is the only Judoka to represent India at the 2012 Olympics. 2014 was an amazing year for her with medals at the national and international level. She won gold at SAF Championship and also stood seventh at Glasgow Commonwealth Games. However, despite the accolades Garima Choudhary won for the country, she has not been
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,
The 35th National Games are round the corner. After the stint in Ranchi in 2011, this time the bandwagon moves down South to the lush coasts of Kerala. Set to kickstart on the 31st of January, the official mascot of the event, Ammu the Hornbill heralded the National Games into ‘God’s own Country’, with the Run
Sushila Devi Likmabam of Manipur wins her first round match comfortably in the 48 KG Judo Women’s event at Asian Games 2014.