newssports15 hours ago

If you have to boycott you have to ask the government, Kiren Rijiju tells IOA

Union sports minister Kiren Rijiju has stated that the IOA has to ask the Government of India before deciding to boycott the 2022 Commonwealth Games. IOA general secretary Rajeev Mehta had earlier said that the Association will boycott the CWG as shooting was not a part of the Games.
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newssports15 hours ago

India propose to host 2023 IOC session in Mumbai

IOA president Narinder Batra and IOC member Nita Ambani submitted an official bid to host the 2023 International Olympic Committee session in Mumbai to choose the host city for 2030 Winter Olympics. The last time India had hosted the prestigious IOC session was back in 1983 in New Delhi.
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newssports2 days ago

Arjun Maini returns to FIA Formula 2 grid

Arjun Maini is all set to return to the FIA Formula 2 grid in the next two rounds in Austria and Silverstone. Maini has said that Formula 1 is his ultimate aim in the career and also added that he tried to do something different this year which he believes did work for the best.
Press Release
newssports2 days ago

Rowing Federation of India under scope for administration’s lack of accountability

Sports Secretary Radheshyam Jhulaniya has reportedly had a heated meeting with the Rowing Federation of India (RFI) in what was scheduled to be a discussion for the Annual Calendar for Tournaments and Camps (ACTC). RFI president Rajlaxmi Singh Deo had written to sports ministry following that.
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reportsports4 days ago

India Golf Round up | Aditi Ashok misses cut at Women’s PGA Championship, Anirban Lahiri crashes out of Travelers Championships

Indian golfer Aditi Ashok has missed the cut at the Women’s PGA Championship and has slipped to the 131st position in the world rankings. Another Indian Anirban Lahiri has been knocked out of the Travelers Championships as he had a poor run in the second round after a disastrous first nine.
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newssports4 days ago

India women’s rugby team create history by beating Singapore in Asian Championships

The Indian women’s rugby team registered a historic 21-19 win against Singapore which ensured that they finished third in the Asia Rugby Women’s Championship Division one. In what turned out to be a thrilling match, Sumitra Nayak secured India the win after kicking a penalty in the dying minutes.
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newssports4 days ago

Still haven’t got a reply from DGC, reveals India golfer Rashid Khan

Rashid Khan has revealed that he is yet to receive a reply from officials at the DGC with regards to the letter the golfer had written to them about the ban imposed on him. Earlier, Rashid had accused the DGC of discrimination which he claimed was ruining careers of golfers from humble backgrounds.
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newssports4 days ago

Six-leg Equestrian Premier League to start from June 29

The Equestrian Premier League, which started off as a two-team event a decade ago, is set to start on June 29 and will be spread over six months. The six-leg event which will be conducted by the Embassy International Riding School (EIRS) will offer total prize money of Rs 10 lakh.
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newssports5 days ago

BMW International Golf | Gaganjeet Bhullar shoots a brilliant hole-in-one in round 2

Gaganjeet Bhullar aced the 17th hole in the second round of the ongoing BMW International on Friday as he ended the day tied sixth. Meanwhile, SSP Chawrasia carded four-under 68 after his first round 73 to comfortably make the cut at three-under 141 while Shiv Kapur missed the cut.
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newssports5 days ago

Asia Rugby Championship | Vikas Khatri to lead 26-member Indian team in Jakarta

Vikas Khatri has been named the captain of the Indian men’s rugby team for the upcoming Asia Rugby Championship (Division 3) to be held in Jakarta, Indonesia from June 24. The national training camp for the players ahead of the continental event was organised in Bhubaneswar from June 10 to June 22.
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