featuresports16 days ago

The Good, Bad, and the Ugly ft. Indian Super League, Virat Kohli and Karanveer Kaushal

The week gone by was a largely uneventful one as far as sports are concerned, but the week saw the inauguration of Indian Super League followed by some small yet feel-good stories. Like every week, we are back with our edition of Good, Bad and the Ugly to keep you updated about everything.
Bastab K Parida
featuresports23 days ago

The Good, Bad & Ugly ft. India’s U-16 football team, Bangladesh and BCCI

From India's U-16 football team performing well in the AFC Cup to India finding a fitting rival in Bangladesh, the sporting world gave us moments to rejoice this week. However, BCCI's non-cooperation with WADA, ISL club's sheer unprofessionalism and SAI's irrelevant trials showed us the other side.
Subhayan Dutta
featuresportsa month ago

The Good, Bad & Ugly ft. Bajrang Punia, PV Sindhu and Asia Cup

From SAI initiating advanced courses to make life easier for its athletes to Indian swimmer scorching up the heat in waters, this week had many positives to look at. However, Bajrang Punia’s Khel Ratna antics and Indian baddy’s poor display maintained the other side of sports as well.
Subhayan Dutta
featuresportsa month ago

The Good, Bad, and The Ugly ft. Man Kaur, Coaching and Indian Kabaddi

The sporting world was abuzz with various sports events taking place in the last week. With the India-England series ending and the Asia Cup starting, we had a lot of content to select. And here is our compilation of everything good, bad and Ugly incidents that happened in the week gone by.
Bastab K Parida
featuresportsa month ago

The Good, Bad & the Ugly ft. Colin Kaepernick, Ravi Shastri and Divya Kakran

With Asian Games ending and India series against England all but over, the last seven days offered a lot in all the three aspects of the game. From Divya Kakran slamming the government to Nike's historic ad with Colin Kaepernick, this edition of Good, Bad & Ugly gave us a lot to reflect upon.
Subhayan Dutta
featuresports2 months ago

Hit, Miss or Meh | Analyzing India's performance at the 2018 Asian Games

With India winning a historic 69 medals at the 18th Asian Games held in Jakarta, it is important to look at the performances of the contingents separately. So here at SportsCafe we have decided to have a look at all the teams that went to Jakarta to see how they ended up doing before returning home.
Faizan Qadiri
featuresports2 months ago

The Good, Bad and the Ugly ft. Sachin Tendulkar, Indian badminton team and Ram Mehar Singh

Another week has passed by and it was majorly the week of the 18th Asian games. And here, from Sachin Tendulkar’s decision to back out from selectors’ appointment to the downfall of Indian badminton and Kabaddi at Asiad, we get you covered the good, bad and the ugly happenings of the week.
Chiranjibi Pati
featuresports2 months ago

The Good, Bad & the Ugly ft. Leander Paes, Sunil Gavaskar and Indian squash team

Another week has come to an end and there are many instances in the sports world with all the three aspects. From Leander Paes’ last moment withdrawal from the Asiad to Sunil Gavaskar’s comment on Kohli’s fitness, and the coaching conundrum of the Indian squash, we bring you the good, bad and ugly.
SportsCafe Desk
featuresports2 months ago

Know Your Heroes | Latika Bhandari - Fighting her way to victory

Like most other Indian female athletes, Latika Bhandari’s narrative is pretty similar – father enrolls the brother and sister in the same sport from where they emerge victorious to represent the country at international level. Cricketers Smriti Mandhana and Mithali Raj also followed a similar path.
SportsCafe Desk
featureswimming2 months ago

Know Your Heroes | Shridhar N Malagi – Conquering the world singlehandedly

“Life is pain! I wake up every morning in pain! Work is pain! You know how many times I just wanted to give up? How many times I've thought about ending it?” House’s famous rant on life had pretty much stunned his viewers but his avid followers could pretty much relate to it by then.
Subhayan Dutta