30 Jul 2015
New Delhi: Indian hockey captain Sardar Singh today conceded that constant changing of coaches is never easy to deal with but insisted that his team's prospects in the upcoming foreign assignments and next year's Olympics won't be affected by the recent developments.
29 Jul 2015
Bengaluru: Not-for-profit organisation Olympic Gold Quest hoped that at least 25 of the 70 sportspersons they are currently supporting will qualify for the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.
27 Jul 2015
Kuala Lumpur: Beijing and Almaty today embarked on a frantic final lobbying campaign for the 2022 Winter Olympics ahead of a decision this week on the winner.
28 Jul 2015
New Delhi: Ric Charlesworth, one of the greatest hockey minds, feels all is not lost for the Indian team ahead of next year's Rio Olympics but called on the administrators of the game in the country to stop sacking coaches needlessly.
25 Jul 2015
New Delhi: High performance director Roelant Oltmans was today appointed coach of the Indian hockey team, replacing Paul van Ass, who was unceremoniously sacked after a bitter spat with Hockey India President Narinder Batra.
25 Jul 2015
Los Angeles: Internet giant Google today created an innovative doodle celebrating the 14th Special Olympics World Summer Games that will run here from July 25 to August 2.
25 Jul 2015
Tokyo: Five years to the day before the opening ceremony, organisers unveiled the emblems of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games here. Designed by Japanese artist Kenjiro Sato, the emblem is based on 'T', standing for Tokyo, tomorrow, and team.
01 Jul 2015
Hyderabad: Fresh from her Canada Open triumph along with Ashwini Ponnappa, ace shuttler Jwala Gutta on Wednesday urged the government to come out and support the doubles specialists in their endeavour to win an Olympic medal next year at Rio.
24 Feb 2014
Moscow: Ballet, circus acts and the classics of Russian literature and music were at the heart of Sunday's Sochi Olympics closing ceremony, leaving Russia, which dominated the medals standings, with a sense of accomplishment.
22 Jul 2015
New Delhi: Legendary hockey Olympian Balbir Singh Sr is extremely disappointed in the manner Hockey India has handled the Paul Van Ass issue making it clear that this frequent hire and fire policy would affect national team’s performance with only one year left for Rio Olympics.