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Sania Mirza seals historic Wimbledon crown with Martina Hingis

Sania Mirza seals historic Wimbledon crown with Martina Hingis

12 Jul 2015

London: India’s tennis queen Sania Mirza created history by becoming the first female player from the country to win a women’s doubles Grand Slam trophy as she clinched the Wimbledon title with Swiss partner Martina Hingis.

Indian tennis player,   Sania Mirza,   Wimbledon womens doubles,   Tennis Grand Slam,   Wimbledon title,   Martina Hingis,   Latest News,  
Beijing makes last pitch in bidding for 2022 Winter Games

Beijing makes last pitch in bidding for 2022 Winter Games

31 Jul 2015

Kuala Lumpur: Beijing highlighted environmental improvements since the Summer Olympics in 2008 in its final presentation to the IOC before voting today to determine which city will be awarded the 2022 Winter Games.

Beijing,   Summer Olympics in 2008,   IOC,   2022 Winter Games,   Latest News,  
Hockey: Gurbaj Singh suspended for nine months

Hockey: Gurbaj Singh suspended for nine months

10 Aug 2015

New Delhi: Senior India hockey player Gurbaj Singh was today suspended for nine months for indulging in groupism and creating disharmony within the team, a decision which might shatter the experienced midfielder's dream of playing in next year's Rio Olympics.

India hockey player,   Gurbaj Singh suspended,   2016 Rio Olympics,   Jude Felix,   Hockey World League Semifinals,   Latest News ,  
USA beat Germany, reach Women's World Cup final

USA beat Germany, reach Women's World Cup final

01 Jul 2015

Montreal: Carli Lloyd and Kelley O'Hara both scored in the second half to put the United States into the Women's World Cup final with a 2-0 victory over top-ranked Germany.

Carli Lloyd,   Kelley O Hara,   United States beats Germany,   Womens World Cup final,   Latest news,  
Rio dream still alive as Indian eves face Italy in play-offs

Rio dream still alive as Indian eves face Italy in play-offs

01 Jul 2015

Antwerp: A day after being thrashed 0-7 by top-ranked The Netherlands, India are still nurturing the Olympic qualification dream as they brace for a play-off fixture against lowly Italy in the women's Hockey World League Semifinals, here tomorrow.

India vs The Netherlands,   Olympic Hockey qualification,   India vs Italy,   womens Hockey World League Semifinals,   Latest News,  
If coach is replaced, players face difficulty: admits Sardar

If coach is replaced, players face difficulty: admits Sardar

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.

Indian hockey captain,   Sardar Singh,   2016 Olympics,   Latest News,  
Organisers unveil emblem of Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games

Organisers unveil emblem of Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games

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.

2020 Tokyo Olympics,   Olympics emblem,   2020 Olympic,   Paralympic Games,   Japanese artist Kenjiro Sato,   Latest Sports News,  
Motorola sends out invites for July 28 <strong>event</strong>, likely to launch new Moto X, Moto G smartphones

Motorola sends out invites for July 28 event, likely to launch new Moto X, Moto G smartphones

17 Jul 2015

New Delhi: Schaumburg-based device maker Motorola Mobility is likely to launch the new generation of its hot-seller Moto X and Moto G on July 28 as the company has already sent out invites for a 'launch event'.

Motorola,   Moto X,   Moto G,   Smartphone,   Moto X 3rd generation,   Moto G 3rd generation,  
Coaching should be left to the coaches: Charlesworth

Coaching should be left to the coaches: Charlesworth

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.

Ric Charlesworth,   Indian hockey team,   Rio Olympics,   Latest News,  
Indian women's team feeling absence of drag-flicker in HWL

Indian women's team feeling absence of drag-flicker in HWL

26 Jun 2015

Antwerp: Preparing to take on World Cup silver medallists Australia in a preliminary league match, the Indian women's hockey team is feeling the absence of a good drag-flicker for penalty corners at the World League Semi-Final.

Australian hockey team,   Indian womens hockey team,   drag flicker for penalty corners,   World League SemiFinal,   Latest News,  

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