Top Five Indian Sportspersons Of 2015

2015 proved to be a great year for Indian sports. We had a plethora of reasons to celebrate and these wouldn’t have come without the effort and hard work of the Indian sportspersons. Getting into the headlines in a cricket frenzy nation is never an easy task and this is why the athletes in the

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US Training Will Improve Olympic Chances: Inderjeet Singh

Indian Shot putter Inderjeet Singh said that his training stint in the United States would improve the chances of winning a medal at Rio. Inderjeet started training in the Aphelion Athletics Club in Pennsylvania in November along with his personal coaches Shakti Singh and Pritam Singh. “When I trained in India, all I did was

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Inderjeet Singh To Train In United States

Asian Shot Put Champion Inderjeet Singh got clearance to train in the United States of America ahead of the 2016 Rio Olympics. Inderjeet, who was enlisted in the Target Olympic Podium Scheme (TOPS), had problems getting clearance to train abroad. He had to wait for nearly four months to get the same and it will

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Inderjeet Singh Honoured In Punjab

Indian athletes Inderjeet Singh, Manpreet Kaur, and Arpinder Kaur were honoured by the Baba Zorawar Singh Baba Fateh Singh Sports and Social Welfare Organisation of Sanipur Village, Fatehgarh District in Punjab on Saturday. Inderjeet Singh Enjoying Momentum Inderjeet Singh, who is one of India’s biggest hopes in the upcoming Olympic Games, was the centre of

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2016 Rio Olympics: Indians On Board

The Rio Olympics is still some months away but the qualification rounds and quotas are all in place with not many tournaments remaining for the players to win their grand chance at the Olympics. The battle has already heated-up, and is set to become more intense in the coming months as athletes fight it out

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National Open Athletics: Babar And Jaisha Set Meet Records

Talk about sports and we tend to cast aside athletics as an afterthought. Occasionally, though, we come across events that steer not just sporting enthusiasts, but also the common man away from their couches. The 55th National Open Athletics Championship, that kicked off on the 16th of this month in Kolkata, looks like a good

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World Athletics Championships Recap: How Indians Fared

The World Athletics championships are thus done and dusted. Though India finished at the bottom of the table without any medals in its kitty, the Indian contingent still managed to put up some creditable performances. Sports Rediscovered takes a look at some of the gracious losers from the competition. Lalita Babar: The 26 year old had

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World Athletics Championships: Race Walking Revived

Indian race walking has been rekindled.The brownie points for fanning the cinders, however, go to a Russian. Finishing eighth in the Taicang Race Walking Cup (this, after not sporting a single Indian in the event almost 3 years ago), Khushbir Kaur’s National Record in the 20km, Irfan Kolothum Thodi finishing 10th, and Basant Rana setting

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India announce 17 member squad for IAAF World Championships

Beijing’s famous Bird’s nest stadium will play host to around two thousand athletes from more than 200 countries at the 2015 IAAF World Championships. India send 17 member squad to IAAF World Championships The Athletics Federation of India announced its 17 member Indian team for the 2015 IAAF World Championships to be held in Beijing,

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Inderjeet Singh Takes Gold In Inter-State Athletics

Inderjeet Singh is the new poster boy of Indian athletics. The Haryana shot putter established himself in the Indian sports scene, with a hat-trick of medals in the Indian Grand Prix, after booking a ticket on the Rio bound team. In the recently concluded 55th National Inter-State Athletics Championship in Chennai, Singh rewrote a meet

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