With the Malaysia Masters coming up, it is a good time to preview the top Indian badminton players to watch out for in 2015. India had a good year in 2014 with Indian shuttlers claiming 15 individual international titles. Saina Nehwal and Kidambi Srikanth grabbed the biggest headlines with their historic wins at the China
While Dutee’s future is still in doubt , her courage and ability to face the situation is indeed commendable.
India created history on Day 1 of the Asian Games by reaching the semi finals of the Women Badminton event. Sports Rediscovered brings you a preview of India’s chances in the Badminton Singles Events. With four medals at the Commonwealth Games and a bronze medal at the World Championships, there’s no doubt that the clamoring
India’s Sukhen Dey brought home a second gold medal in the 56 KG weightlifting event. Sukhen was placed third after the initial snatch event round where he had lifted 109 kg. However he came back from behind in the Clean and Jerk event by lifting a massive 139 Kg. India’s Ganesh Mali finished third to
Sanjita Khumukcham and Saikhom Mirabai Chanu bagged a gold and silver, respectively, in women’s 48kg weightlifting at the 20th Commonwealth Games on opening day of the games. In a contest between the two Manipuris in an event which India has dominated since the last few editions of the games, the two ladies did India proud, continuing the
The Commonwealth Games have just started and so have the controversies. In the official song video produced by the organisers, the Indian flag is regrettably shown upside down. Indian Chef de Mission Raj Singh has promised that he will write to the organising committee about this error on the part of the producers and hopes that changes will be
Saina Nehwal pulled out of the Commonwealth Games due to injury concerns.