Sharath Kamal Achanta Fails To Shine At TT World Cup

India’s Sharath Kamal Achanta became the only qualifier from the country at the Table Tennis World Cup this year held at Halmstad, Sweden. Achanta was drawn into the fourth qualifying group along with Robert Gardos and Anton Kallberg. The top two from each group were to advance to the round of 16 at the World

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India Bow Out Of Asian TT Championships

India had a rough day at the Asian TT Championships in Pattaya. First, the Indian women suffered a set-back with their early departure from the tournament. Now, even the men have been ousted before they could reach the business end of the tournament. Indian men knocked out in round of 32 at Asian TT Championships

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Sports Stats Weekly: Table Tennis

Table Tennis, like many other sports in India, is played mainly as a leisure activity. It began in the 1880s in England, and made it to India during the pre-independence period. Success for India, however, has been sporadic, at best. However, there have been changes and modernization of the game and India has emerged much

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Ankita Das, Soumyajit Ghosh Win South Zone TT

Ankita Das won her first Zonal Title, while Soumyajit Ghosh earned his second of the season at the South Zone TT Championship. PSPB players take top spots at South Zone TT Championship In another clean sweep by the PSPB players after the All India Inter Institutional TT triumph, won all the gold medals at the

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Soumyajit Ghosh Wins Third Inter Institutional Table Tennis

National champion Soumyajit Ghosh carved his authority to beat PSPB colleague Harmeet Desai 4-2 to win the men’s singles final in the 45th All India Institutional Table Tennis Championships at the Thyagraj Stadium in the national capital. The women’s crown was earned by home-girl Manika Batra who beat Ankita Das 4-1. Soumyajit Ghosh regains glory Soumyajit

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Everyone Is A Winner At The LA Special Olympics 2015

An emotional closing ceremony for the Special Olympics 2015 in Los Angeles saw a great many competitors say farewell to the sporting festival. The Special Olympics 2015 saw participants from over 160 countries in the various sporting events held during the week. Ranging from weightlifting to football, about 6,500 athletes are said to have participated

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Soumyajit Ghosh And Harmeet Desai Lose Final

The Indian paddlers’ team of Soumyajit Ghosh and Harmeet Desai missed out on winning the GAC Group ITTF World Australian Open. The Indian pair went down fighting to the fourth seeded pair of Kwan Kit and Lam Siu Hang of Hong Kong in four sets, 4-11, 4-11, 11-8, 4-11 on Saturday in the international table

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Archana Kamath Makes It To Thailand Open Semifinal

Ace Indian paddler Archana Kamath’s run came to an end in the semifinals at SET Thailand Open Junior & Sub-junior table tennis tournament. Playing in the cadet girls’ category, Archana put up an absolutely flawless performance in the tournament hosted by Bangkok. Archana Kamath’s run comes to an end Having beaten Memkamporn Naja of Thailand in

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SET Thailand Open: Junior Cadet Girl Paddlers Impress

Indian junior paddlers had a mixed bag of a day at the SET Thailand Open, on Thursday. The Indian junior girls’ team met with some success as they reached the semi-finals of the tournament, after being placed second in their group. Likewise, the junior girls’ cadet team also reached the semi-finals of the tournament. Junior

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Jitu Rai Wins Indian Sports Person of the Year Award

Shooter Jitu Rai, who won seven international medals last year, was felicitated as the Indian Sports person of the Year at an awards ceremony this Thursday. Legendary sprinter, Milkha Singh, popularly known as the ‘Flying Sikh’ was honored with the ‘Lifetime Achievement Award’. Unprecedented Success for Jitu Rai These awards for shooter Jitu Rai and

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