women in sport in india

All Eyes On Sakshi-Marwa Bout At PWL

Colors Delhi Sultans will face Haryana Hammers at the KD Jadhav Indoor Stadium in New Delhi on Wednesday. However, in the second season of Pro Wrestling League encounter, all eyes will be on between Sakshi Malik and Marwa Amri in the 58 kg category bout. While Sakshi became the first Indian woman wrestler to win an(…)

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Saina Nehwal Among Integrity Ambassadors To Promote Clean Sport

After achieving the feat of being country’s leading women’s singles shuttler, Saina Nehwal yet again gave us another great reason to be proud of her. Badminton ace Saina‘s name figures in Badminton World Federation’s (BWF) top five Integrity Ambassadors for their “i am badminton” programme. She will promote clean sport. .@NSaina was also one of five players appointed @bwfmedia(…)

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Much-Awaited Sindhu, Carolina Face Off In PBL-2

Carolina Marin and PV Sindhu are going to be back again in the badminton court, facing off each other like never before. The second edition of the Premier Badminton League (PBL) is starting next month and both Rio medalists are all set play against each other for the first time.

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Boxer Mary Kom Goes Back To 48kg Category

We never had enough of her fierceness and MC Mary Kom once again proved her resilience by overcoming the last Olympic heartbreak and already eyeing the next one — the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. The ace boxer on Friday decided to go back to her earlier 48 kg weight category after speculation that it would be one(…)

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Hong Kong Open: PV Sindhu Storms Into Semis

Olympic silver-medallist PV Sindhu yet again showed her finest defense as the shuttler emerged victory from her toughest fight of the year as she overturned a six-point deficit in the third and final game, and has entered the semi-finals of the Hong Kong Open Super Series, knocked out Liang Xiayou of Singapore 21-17, 21-23, 21-18. .@Pvsindhu1 enters(…)

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Hong Kong Open: Saina Nehwal Enters Quarters

London Olympics bronze-medallist, Saina Nehwal started her Hong Kong Open campaign in style, and is now through to the quarter-finals of women’s singles. Proving what it is to be a top ranked player, she is recovering from her injury fast and locked a hard fought 21-18, 9-21, 21-16 win over Japan’s Sayaka Sato in the(…)

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