There are certain moments that sometimes stand out in an intense duel – they need not have anything to do with the outcome of the match but they leave an indelible impression in the larger picture. One such moment was witnessed during the India-Iran women’s kabaddi gold medal match at the Asian Games in Incheon.
The Indian Kabaddi team looks absolutely determined to add two more Gold medals as they have entered the finals with great ease. The men’s team defeated hosts South Korea 36-25, while the women defeated Thailand 41-28 in the semifinals. Both the teams will meet Iran in the finals. Women’s Semifinal: India 41-28 Thailand. The Tejaswini
It is turning out to be easy for the defending champions here at Incheon. The Indian Kabaddi teams have comfortably entered the semifinals yet again and look determined to win two more Gold medals for India. The Women’s team beat hosts South Korea 45-26 and the men comprehensively beat Pakistan 23-11. The men have completed their group
It was a clinical team effort once again by the Men in blue as they mauled Thailand 66-27 in their 2nd group A match at the ongoing Asian Games 2014 on Monday. Anup Kumar and Jasvir Singh continued to impress while newbie Ajay Thakur found a place in the starting 7 for the first time.
The Indian Kabaddi teams registered easy wins against Bangladesh in their first group stage matches of the Asian Games. The women’s team won 29-18 while the men looked dominant as ever, winning 30-15. Women’s Kabaddi Group A- Game 1- INDIA 29-18 BANGLADESH The starting 7 of the team were Kavita, Kavita Devi, Tejaswini Bai V (c),
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,
The first season of the Pro Kabaddi League has come to a close with the Jaipur Pink Panthers getting crowned as Champions. In an exciting final, the Jaipur team comprehensively defeated the home team U Mumba by a margin of 11 points. The final score read 35-24. For the Pink Panthers, Maninder Singh emerged as
The inaugural season of the Star Sports Pro Kabaddi League has been a huge success and the response has been beyond expectations. The fans will gather at the NSCI Indoor Stadium in Mumbai for one last time this season to witness the Grand Finale which will be played between table toppers Jaipur Pink Panthers and