India’s Dipika Pallikal defeated Denmark’s Line Hansen in a marathon first round encounter to enter the pre-quarterfinals of the Allam British Open Squash Championships.
Sergio Garcia said ‘sorry’ 11 times and used the word ‘apology’ on five occasions as he spoke of his regret at causing a furore by making a ‘fried chicken’ jibe at world No 1 Tiger Woods.
Indian pugilists are getting ready for combat without headgear. Top players, according to national coach Gurbax Sandhu, are gradually getting used to the new system.
After twice failing to get the nod from the International Olympic Committee, the squash world is hoping that the IOC, at its meeting in St Petersburg on May 29, will shortlist the racquet sport for the 2020 Games.
Kerala Cricket Association secretary TC Mathew today revealed that pacer S Sreesanth was indeed very close to Jiju Janardhanan, and called him the 'satellite' of the tainted speedster.
Indian-American tech tycoon Vivek Ranadive has become the majority stakeholder in the NBA’s Sacramento Kings and will keep the team in the California capital.
Tribal Cultural Society (TCS) has organized a three-day Sekkor tournament from Thursday in Chaibasa, tribal-dominated West Singhbhum district of Jharkhand.
Sports minister Jitender Singh addressing a press conference today said the International Olympic Committee (IOC) has decided to pave the way to lift ban on the Indian Olympic Association (IOA) and Indian sportspersons will soon able to join the Olympics.
World champion Viswanathan Anand was in for a rude shock as he lost to Hikaru Nakamura of United States in the fourth round of Norway Chess 2013 Super tournament in Bryne.
World champion Viswanathan Anand crushed his former challenger Veselin Topalov of Bulgaria in the third round to jump to the joint second spot in the Norway Chess 2013 super tournament, in Sandnes, Norway.
When romantic actress Lee Si-young swapped her glamorous roles in South Korean dramas for boxing gloves in a bid to win an Olympic medal, her victories triggered a storm of protest that has marred her unexpected success in the ring.
Olympic champions Rulon Gardner and Henry Cejudo and others have stated their case to keep wrestling as an Olympic sport in the US capital at an event to celebrate the sport's place on the world scene.
Everyone was talking about an all-India quarterfinal showdown. The fans got what they wanted but not in the event they had anticipated in.
A day after top Indian squash players, including Saurav Ghosal and Deepika Pallikal, refused to travel to Pakistan for the Asian Championships.
Brandt Snedeker of the United States and Angel Cabrera of Argentina shared the lead at seven-under par 209 after the third round of the Masters here.