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  • Commonwealth Games Will "Heal Wounds", Promise South Africa

    Commonwealth Games Will 'Heal Wounds', Promise South Africa

    The Commonwealth Games in Durban, on the east coast, will be the first to be held in Africa.

  • Durban Confirmed as 2022 Commonwealth Games Host

    Durban Confirmed as 2022 Commonwealth Games Host

    Durban was the only bidder for the multi-sports event after Canadian city Edmonton withdrew from contention in February.

  • CWG Street Lights Case: Delhi Court to Announce Sentence on September 2

    CWG Street Lights Case: Delhi Court to Announce Sentence on September 2

    A court in New Delhi on Tuesday reserved its order on pronouncing the quantum of sentence in Commonwealth Games (CWG) street lights case after the CBI requested it to award maximum punishment to the four convicts.

  • Dipa Karmakar Wins Bronze in Asian Gymnastics Championships

    Dipa Karmakar Wins Bronze in Asian Gymnastics Championships

    Dipa Karmakar, who won bronze in the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, finished with 14.725 points.

  • Mandeep Jhangra Confident Ahead Of Asian Championships

    Mandeep Jhangra Confident Ahead Of Asian Championships

    Mandeep Jhangra went to Australia as part of the Sports Ministry's Target Olympic Podium (TOP) scheme accompanied by his mentor Akhil Kumar, a former Commonwealth Games gold-medallist.

  • Ashwini Ponnappa Rates Canada Open Win as Big Boost Ahead of World Championship

    Ashwini Ponnappa Rates Canada Open Win as Big Boost Ahead of World Championship

    The 2010 Commonwealth Games gold-medallist pair of Ashwini Ponnappa and Jwala Gutta defeated the top-seeded Dutch pair of Eefje Muskens and Selena Piek 21-19, 21-16 to clinch the USD 50,000 Canada Open Grand Prix tournament on Sunday night.

  • Jwala Gutta-Ashwini Ponnappa Storm Into Canada Open Final

    Jwala Gutta-Ashwini Ponnappa Storm Into Canada Open Final

    With the game tantalisingly poised at 14-14, the Commonwealth Games silver medallist duo of Jwala and Ashwini pocketed four straight points to surge ahead at 18-14. The points proved crucial as they pocketed the game 21-17.

  • Sarita Devi Confident of India Winning Two Boxing Medals in Rio Olympics

    Sarita Devi Confident of India Winning Two Boxing Medals in Rio Olympics

    Sarita Devi, who won silver and bronze medals in last year's Commonwealth and Asian Games, respectively, underwent a surgery in the right wrist and then had her rehabilitation in Bangalore with the help of Olympic Gold Quest (OGQ).

  • Ajay Jayaram, Gurusaidutt and Sai Praneeth Advance in US Open Grand Prix Gold

    Ajay Jayaram, Gurusaidutt and Sai Praneeth Advance in US Open Grand Prix Gold

    Ajay Jayaram beat Czech Republic's Jan Frohlich, 16th seed Sai Praneeth overcame Danish Christian Lind Thomsen and Commonwealth Games bronze medallist Gurusaidutt defeated compatriot Anand Pawar.

  • Krishna Poonia to Get her 2012 Olympics Sixth-Place Finish Certificate

    Krishna Poonia to Get her 2012 Olympics Sixth-Place Finish Certificate

    Krishna Poonia, the 2010 Commonwealth Games gold medallist, had finished seventh in women's discus throw event in London but her position was upgraded to sixth after Russian Darya Pishchalnikova was stripped off her silver medal as she later tested positive for a banned anabolic steroid.

  • Badminton: Gurusaidutt Qualifies for Australian Open

    Badminton: Gurusaidutt Qualifies for Australian Open

    Commonwealth Games bronze medalist Gurusaidutt first beat Malaysian Ai Wei Jian 21-13, 21-9 in 29 minutes before downing Japan's Kazumasa Sakai 21-15, 21-8 in 32 minutes.

  • Indian Boxers Win Four Gold Medals in Doha International

    Indian Boxers Win Four Gold Medals in Doha International

    Commonwealth Games silver medallist L Devendro Singh (49kg), Shiva Thapa (56kg), Manish Kaushik (60kg), and Manoj Kumar (64kg) won the gold medals.

  • Akhil Kumar-Dilbagh Singh Tussle in Defamation Suit Heats up

    Akhil Kumar-Dilbagh Singh Tussle in Defamation Suit Heats up

    Dilbagh Singh had alleged that Akhil Kumar, a former Commonwealth Games gold-medallist, had influenced the selection committee in the national team trials last year to get his protege Mandeep Jangra picked in the squad.

  • Australia Name Experienced Squad for Hockey World League

    Australia Name Experienced Squad for Hockey World League

    Of the 18-man squad, 14 were World Cup-winners just a year ago while 13 were part of the team that won the Commonwealth Games gold last August. The exception is the inclusion of 18-year-old forward Blake Govers, the brother of Olympic bronze medallist Kieran, who is selected following a series of impressive performances.

  • Vikas Gowda Wins Bronze in Shanghai IAAF Diamond League

    Vikas Gowda Wins Bronze in Shanghai IAAF Diamond League

    ?National record holder Vikas Gowda, the 2014 Commonwealth Games gold medallist and Asian Games silver medal winner, will pocket $4000 for the third-place finish, besides earning one Diamond League point.

  • Vikas Gowda, Seema Punia Recommended for Khel Ratna by AFI

    Vikas Gowda, Seema Punia Recommended for Khel Ratna by AFI

    Commonwealth Games gold medallist discus thrower Vikas Gowda?and Seema Punia, who won a gold in the 2014 Incheon Asian Games, have been recommended by Athletics Federation of India for Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna.

  • Vikas Gowda Wins Discus Event in USA

    Vikas Gowda Wins Discus Event in USA

    Vikas Gowda, the reigning Commonwealth Games champion and silver winner in 2014 Asian Games, added half a metrE more to his performance at Chula Vista a few days back where he had come up with a throw of 65.25m to qualify for World Championships in Beijing in August.

  • IOC Chief's Scheduled Meeting With Prime Minister Narendra Modi Fuels Talk of Indian Bid for Olympics

    IOC Chief's Scheduled Meeting With Prime Minister Narendra Modi Fuels Talk of Indian Bid for Olympics

    Even if hosting the Olympics in 2024 appears unlikely, observers say Indian Prime Minister?Narendra Modi may sanction a bid for further down the line, although he will be anxious to avoid a repeat of the embarrassing headlines that accompanied the shambolic 2010 Commonwealth Games in New Delhi.

  • Apurvi Chandela Wants to be at the Top of Her Game Ahead of Rio Olympics

    Apurvi Chandela Wants to be at the Top of Her Game Ahead of Rio Olympics

    The Commonwealth Games gold medal winning shooter last Saturday earned India its second Olympic quota in shooting after notching up the 10m air rifle bronze in the ISSF World Cup (Rifle/Pistol) in Changwon, Korea.

  • Jitu Rai Wins Bronze at ISSF World Cup in Korea

    Jitu Rai Wins Bronze at ISSF World Cup in Korea

    An Asian and Commonwealth Games gold-medallist, Jitu aggregated a total of 181.1 points to finish third on the podium, missing out on the gold medal shoot-out by 0.4 points.

  • Indian Weightlifting Federation to Suspend Regional Units as Lifters Fail Dope Tests

    Indian Weightlifting Federation to Suspend Regional Units as Lifters Fail Dope Tests

    The lifters were tested by the Indian Weightlifting Federation (IWF) during five domestic tournaments and also out-of-competition. The IWF did not disclose details about the banned substances used but revealed the tainted lifters included 2006 Commonwealth Games gold medallist Geeta Rani.

  • Jamie Dwyer Wants to Win Gold in Rio Olympics Before Signing Off

    Jamie Dwyer Wants to Win Gold in Rio Olympics Before Signing Off

    Jamie Dwyer, the greatest-ever hockey player from Australia, has one gold and two bronze medals in the Olympics, two World Cup gold medals, three Commonwealth Games gold, six Champions Trophy titles and two Oceania cup gold besides two silver medals each in the World Cup and Champions Trophy to his credit.

  • Saina Nehwal and Kidambi Srikanth Set Eyes on Malaysian Title after India Open Triumph

    Saina Nehwal and Kidambi Srikanth Set Eyes on Malaysian Title after India Open Triumph

    Saina Nehwal will start her Malaysia Open Super Series campaign against Indonesia's Maria Febe Kusumastuti while Srikanth will face 2010 Commonwealth Games silver-medallist Rajiv Ouseph of England

  • Sardar Singh, Saba Anjum Receive Padma Shri Award

    Sardar Singh, Saba Anjum Receive Padma Shri Award

    The 28-year-old Sardar Singh made his debut for the senior team against Pakistan in 2006 and since then he has played more than 200 international matches and has successfully contributed towards Indian hockey. Saba Anjum, on the other hand, was one of the most prominent forwards and represented India in the 2002 Asian Games, 2004 Asia Cup, Commonwe...

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