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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ISL Auction: Chhetri valued at Rs. 1.20 Crore

The ISL Auction witnessed a mammoth amount above Rs. 7 crore being spent on 10 valuable Indian national team players. It was quite obvious that the top earner had to be the Indian captain Sunil Chhetri, as he bagged a whopping offer of Rs. 1.20 crore from Mumbai City FC. ISL Auctions The ISL Players

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India on Medal Spree at The ISSF Junior Cup

The ISSF shooting tournament for juniors took place at the Shooting Centre in Suhl, Germany and Indian youngsters bagged 14 medals across the five days of the event. The gold rush by the Indian shooters is a positive sign for the Country’s Sports Board who have been facing the heat for a few disappointing performances

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Indians Impress At Asian Cadet Wrestling Championship

Indian Cadet Wrestlers put up a good show at the Asian Cadet Wrestling Championship held in New Delhi. Suraj Rajkumar and Naveen picked up gold medals in their respective categories to improve India’s medal tally. A Solid Start for India Day one of the Asian Cadet Wrestling saw India pick up five medals. Gold medals

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Indian Junior Shooters Make Nation Proud At Finland

The 7th International Junior Shotgun Cup held in Orimattila, Finland saw Indian junior shooters reap rich rewards, with a tidy haul of medals. Anantjeet Singh Naruka: Pick of the Indian junior shooters Anantjeet Singh Naruka won the gold medal in skeet shooting, pipping country hope Lari Pesonen 12-11. Naruka’s route to the podium was arduous

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Mandeep Sandhu Scripts A Story To Remember

Sports is essential for overall development. We were taught that as early as elementary school. Then we learnt that sports could also be a multi-million-dollar career choice. Truth be told, the sporting life is spent somewhere between these two objectives of physical development and financial security. Sports Rediscovered takes a look at the development of

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Bengaluru FC Host AFC Grassroots Festival

Bengaluru FC successfully hosted the AFC Grassroots programme in commemoration of the AFC Grassroots Day. While this is the first time the Blues are hosting the grassroots festival, Mumbai FC and Salgaocar FC hosted the same on the 16th May.  The tw0-hour event held at the Bangalore Football Stadium saw 112 children in attendance. Interestingly, the

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Indian Skating – Juniors Win 14 Medals At Hong Kong Skating Championship

India’s junior sportspersons are truly making their mark. A few days after the talented 16-year-old Pranjala Yadlapalli captured the Asian Junior Tennis Championships, there’s more good news from our juniors. India’s under-15 skaters pocketed as many as 14 medals in the recently-concluded 14th Hong Kong International Speed Skating Championship 2015. The 14 medals included a

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Indian Sports Talent #1 – Pranjala Yadlapalli – Wimbledon Calling !

Sports Rediscovered brings a new series covering young and promising Indian sports talent. We take a look at their journey and will continue to track their progress as they make their move on the sports circuit. Today we bring to you a rising tennis talent, Pranjala Yadlapalli. The road ahead in international tennis looks promising for

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