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newssports5 months ago

2021 Tokyo Olympics | Back-to-back foreign tours are golden opportunities for us, admits Rani Rampal

Indian women’s hockey team captain Rani Rampal admitted that a couple of back-to-back international tours in a short span are golden opportunities in the build-up to the 2021 Tokyo Olympics. The visiting team is set to play four matches against the German women’s hockey side.
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featuresportsa year ago

Good Bad Ugly ft. Lopetegui's redemption, Ligue 1 game postponement and Graeme Smith receives death threats

It’s August and we are slowly getting into the groove once again with cricket, football in full swing, even though the pandemic situation hasn’t improved much. But, we are no short of drama, as I present you this edition’s Good, Bad and Ugly - so sit back and enjoy the ride.
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newssportsa year ago

Five recipients including Rani Rampal and Rohit Sharma to receive Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Award

The Indian government has decided to award five sportsmen – Rohit Sharma, Rani Rampal, Vinesh Phogat, Manika Batra and Mariyappan Thangavelu – with the Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna award. The turn of events has invited controversy with the Indian government awarding five recipients in a non-Olympic year.
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newssports3 years ago

The Good, Bad & the Ugly ft. Virat Kohli, Hardik Pandya and Indian Women’s Hockey

From Virat Kohli’s innings at Edgbaston, which will go down at the annals of cricketing history, to Indian Women’s hockey’s pathetic state at the World Cup, to Indian men’s duo’s encouraging performance at the BWF World Championships, the Good, Bad and Ugly, this week, has a lot to reflect upon.
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newssports3 years ago

The Good, Bad & the Ugly ft. Sourabh Verma, Adil Rashid, and Mesut Ozil

From Sourabh Verma winning the Russia Open to FC Goa launching women’s team, the sporting world had a lot of positives for us this week. However, Mesut Ozil’s public criticism, which ended with him retiring from German football and Dansuhka Gunathiaka misconduct also gave us a lot to reflect on.
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