Sports Tweets Of The Week: Dale Steyn The Footballer

In this edition of sports tweets of the Week, we compile the best tweets of the week spread across different sports. Dale Steyn: The Bangladesh diaries ” Is it a bird…. Is it a plane…. It’s Dale Steyn!” Fast and furious pace is a hallmark of Dale Steyn’s bowling. Whether it is breaking stumps,helmets, human

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Do You Believe in Miracles?! – The Miracle on Ice

America. For many, that solitary word conjures up images of a dreamland. Hollywood, the Statue of Liberty, the capitol and Disneyland are some of the hallmarks of the rich American culture. Growing up in our generation, a miracle, more often than not, is associated with an act of wonder, most of the time performed by

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Inderjeet Singh stars at Universiade 2015

For a nation with a populace more than a billion and several acclaimed Universities, India’s execution at the Universiade 2015 was mediocre. But, not so disappointing if we look at India’s 2013 record at the Universiade where Indian shot-putter Inderjeet Singh earned the only medal for the country. At the Gwangju Universiade 2015, India fared

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Indian Shooters Earn Third Bronze At Universiade

The Indian men’s trio of Ankur Mittal, Asgar Hussain Khan and Namanveer Brar finished third to win the bronze in the double trap team event at the Universiade at Gwangju, South Korea. The Indian team shot a sum of 335 to guarantee the third place behind champions Italy (400) and Russia (398). In comparison, the

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Inderjeet Singh Strikes Gold At The Universiade

The man who struck gold for India setting a record is named Inderjeet Singh. He created history by becoming the first Indian to win a gold at the Universiade, Gwangju. The Indian shot-putter is having a dream run this year so far. You could relate him to King Midas, wherever he went he struck a

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