Sports Stats Weekly: Rowing Masterpiece Bajrang Lal Takhar

Rowing is not such a popular sport in India and not much people know about it. India has never really enjoyed much success in the sport for the media to bring attention of its viewers, like it did in case of Kabaddi or Boxing or Badminton. But Indian rowers have continued to add achievements in

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Arjuna Award Nominations 2015

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)

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Top 5 Whacky Sports You Will Find In India

India is a nation known for its diversity in various aspects of human life. The diversity is rich on cultural, topographical and economical levels, but one aspect which we often leave out is India’s diversity when it comes to sports! There are some exclusive sports reserved for the nation and even though they are classified

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National Games Day 2: Services Row to Glory

Day 2 was a day of mixed emotions at the National Games venue. While Jitu Rai impressed with his performance with the pistol, the air grew sombre when news came in of the tragic death of a Maharashtrian netball player. Sports Rediscovered brings a summary report of Day 2 covering key events in Swimming, Rowing,

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Sawarn Singh, Men’s Eight Bring Bronze

Indian rowers kept up India’s medal rush on day 6 of the Asian Games. Sawarn Singh Virk secured the third spot in single sculls to give India her second bronze from the lake before India picked up the bronze in the men’s eights category as well. On the last day of rowing held at ChungjuTangeum

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Dushyant Chauhan Brings India First Rowing Medal

So with age on his side one can see a promising career for Dushyant Chauhan as he will look to learn from his performance here at the Asiad



Activist Rahul Mehra Helps Indian Sailers Fight For Right To Participate in Asian Games

The Asian Games in underway and many an Indian hopeful would be limbering up to make his/her mark on the stage.  For two young Indian sailers who were set to participate for India, it has become an uphill struggle just to take part. Two young Indian athletes of the Royal Bombay Yacht Club were due

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