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After gymnast's complaint on 'partiality' at trials, SAI asks GFI for report
Acting upon a complaint lodged by the country's most decorated gymnast Ashish Kumar on partiality at team selection trials, the Sports Authority of India (SAI) has sought a report on the issue from the Gymnastics Federation of India (GFI).
Rudrankksh makes it through qualification at Baku World Cup
India's Rudrankksh Balasaheb Patil carried forward his good form from the Junior World Cup to make it through to the last-eight stage of men's 10m air rifle competition in the combined ISSF World Cup in Baku, Azerbaijan.
Rookie Fabio Di Giannantonio claims shock Italian MotoGP pole
Fabio Di Giannantonio claimed a shock pole position in the Italian MotoGP on Saturday, the Italian snatching top spot on the grid for the first time in his career on his final lap at Mugello. Gresini rider Di Giannantonio had led for large tracks of the day's second qualifying run but looked to have lost pole to Johann Zarco and then Marco Bezzecchi until he posted a stunning time of one minute, 46.156sec on the day's last lap.
Chopra wants to repeat Olympics approach in World Championships
A World Championships medal is definitely in his mind, but star javelin thrower Neeraj Chopra on Saturday said he will go into the showpiece in July without taking too much pressure, which did the trick for him during the Tokyo Olympics.
Asia Cup: India beat Japan 2-1 in first Super 4 league match, avenge pool loss
The Indian men's hockey team scored two fantastic field goals to beat Japan 2-1 in its first Super 4 league match and avenge its loss in the pool stage of the Asia Cup. The defending champions, who lost 2-5 against Japan in the pool stage, scored 2 eye-catching field goals through Manjeet (8th minute) and Pawan Rajbhar (35th) to register a narrow win. Japan's lone goal came from a penalty corner through Takuma Niwa in the 18th minute.
Bopanna, Middelkoop save 5 match points to knock out Wimbledon champions
The never-say-die spirit was at work as Rohan Bopanna and Matwe Middelkoop saved five match points to knock out Mate Pavic and Nikol Mektic, the reigning Wimbledon champions, from the Roland Garros on Saturday.
Brett Lee says Virat Kohli can take a break from cricket
Virat Kohli can consider taking a break, freshen up his mind and work on a few things, feels former Australian speedster Brett Lee, a year after struggling to look beyond the Indian when it came to the best batter in recent years.
Fazza Dubai Para Badminton: Bhagat, 4 other Indians enter semifinals
Paralympic gold medallist Pramod Bhagat was made to toil hard by fellow junior Nehal Gupta before emerging winner in three games to enter the semifinals of the fourth Fazza Dubai Para Badminton International 2022 on Saturday.
157 wasn't a good total: Sachin Tendulkar hails RR bowlers
Cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar praised Rajasthan Royals bowlers Prasidh Krishna and Obed McCoy for their brilliant bowling performance against Royal Challengers Bangalore in the Qualifier 2 of Indian Premier League 2022 on Friday.
Watch Gavaskar's videos to learn how to counter fearsome pacers: Miandad
Miandad feels that current players should watch video clips of Gavaskar's batting to know how he tackled some of the world's most fearsome fast bowlers like Michael Holding, Andy Roberts, Malcolm Marshall, Imran Khan, Richard Hadlee, Dennis Lillee among others.
EPL club Chelsea says final deal struck for sale to Boehly-led group
"It is expected that the transaction will be completed on Monday," Chelsea said in a statement. "The Club will update further at that time. Previous owner Roman Abramovich had put the London club up for sale in early March following Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
I try to hold one end up & let bowler from other end attack: Rashid
In his fifth IPL season, Afghanistan leg-spinner Rashid Khan is no longer an unknown quantity and the batters across franchises are trying to see off his overs while trying to go after other bowlers in Gujarat Titans' line-up.