Other Sports News
- Activists Unfurl Tibet Flag At Beijing Olympics Flame Ceremony
Activists unfurled a Tibetan flag and a banner that said "no genocide" at the flame-lighting ceremony for the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics in Greece on Monday.
- Athletics, Swimming To Be Only Compulsory Sports At Commonwealth Games
Athletics and swimming will be the only compulsory sports at future Commonwealth Games in a move to give hosts greater flexibility and attract new audiences.
- Beijing Winter Olympics 2022: Overseas Fans Ruled Out Over Virus Threat
February's Beijing Winter Olympics will be held without overseas spectators and athletes must be fully vaccinated or face 21 days' quarantine.
- Sports Science And Performance Management Systems In SAI To Be Restructured, Says Anurag Thakur
Sports Minister Anurag Thakur on Tuesday announced that sports science and performance management systems in the Sports Authority of India (SAI) will be restructured.
- New Zealand Pip South Africa To Claim Rugby Championship
A late Jordie Barrett penalty saw New Zealand clinch the Rugby Championship with a tense 19-17 victory over South Africa in the historic 100th Test between the arch-rivals.
- Francesco Bagnaia Takes San Marino MotoGP Pole With Record Lap
San Marino MotoGP: Francesco Bagnaia trails Fabio Quartararo by 53 points in the overall standings.
- Neeraj Chopra's Javelin, Lovlina Borgohain's Gloves, Gifts To PM Modi, Receive 10cr Bids Each
Olympic gold medallist Neeraj Chopra's javelin and bronze medal-winner Lovlina Borgohain's gloves have both received bids of Rs 10 crore each.
- At E-Auction Of PM Narendra Modi's Mementos, Sports Gears Of Olympians And Paralympians Grab Eyeballs
Badminton rackets used by the Paralympic gold medallist, the javelin which brought India its first gold in the Olympics and gloves worn by the bronze medal winning athlete are among Prime Minister Narendra Modi's mementos which are drawing the highest bids
- PM Narendra Modi Birthday: Virat Kohli Leads Wishes From Sports Fraternity
Virat Kohli, Sachin Tendulkar and other sportspersons took to Twitter to wish PM Narendra Modi on his birthday as he turned 71 on Friday.
- Pankaj Advani Defends Asian Title In His First Tournament In Two Years
India's ace cueist Pankaj Advani on Thursday defended his Asian Snooker Championship title defeating Amir Sarkhosh of Iran in Doha.
- WADA Chief Presses Russia On New Leadership, Reforms In Sports
The World Anti-Doping Agency pressed Russia's sports minister Wednesday to bring in new independent leadership and reforms.
- Dominant New Zealand Overwhelm Argentina In Rugby Championship
A rampant New Zealand scored five tries as they eventually ran away to a 39-0 victory over a defensively dogged Argentina in the Rugby Championship.
- "I Get Motivation From You All," PM Modi Tells India's Tokyo Paralympics Contingent
Prime Minister Narendra Modi had met India's Paralympic contingent on September 9 and he told them about how they are a source of motivation for him.
- Jehan Daruvala Wins Monza Sprint Race 2
Carlin's Jehan Daruvala put on a controlled performance in the second Sprint Race at Monza to claim his first victory of the season in F2.
- Veteran Indian Sports Chief Raja Randhir Singh Takes Over At Asia Olympics Body
Veteran Indian sports administrator Raja Randhir Singh on Saturday took over as head of the Olympic Council of Asia after its former Kuwaiti leader was sentenced to jail in a forgery case.
- Dope Violators Eligible For National Honours If Ban Period Served: Sports Ministry
The sports ministry has made dope-tainted athletes and coaches eligible for the National Sports Awards provided they have completed their ban periods.
- Devendra Jhajharia, Venkatesh Prasad Named In National Sports Awards Selection Committee
Three-time Paralympic medal-winner Devendra Jhajharia, Venkatesh Prasad and ex-world champion boxer L Sarita Devi have been named in this year's National Sports Awards selection committee.
- WRC Rally Of Japan Cancelled Because Of Coronavirus Pandemic
The World Rally championship event in Japan, which was due to take place in mid-November, has been cancelled because of continuing problems with the coronavirus pandemic, the organisers announced on Tuesday.