HindustanTimes Thu,31 Jul 2014


Mercedes' Hamilton involved in serious crash in qualifying for German GP

Former Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton crashed at more than 250 kilometres per hour during Saturday's first qualifying session for the German Grand Prix.

Bolt, Farah headline cast at Glasgow Games

Olympic champions Usain Bolt and Mo Farah lead a cast of the world's leading athletes descending on Glasgow to compete in the Commonwealth Games starting in Scotland's biggest city on Wednesday.

Tour de France: Nibali stamps his authority, triumphs in Stage 13

Vincenzo Nibali put the hammer down on the Tour de France when the Italian snatched a solo win in the 13th stage in a mountaintop finish as Australian Richie Porte blew up in the heat on Friday.

Hamilton dominates free practice session in Rosberg's home race

Lewis Hamilton denied Mercedes teammate Nico Rosberg the satisfaction of lapping fastest at his home German Grand Prix on Friday.

I am shattered, want to play again: Dutee Chand

The Odisha Government on Friday said that it will take up with the Centre the case of athlete Dutee Chand being dropped from the upcoming Commonwealth Games on the ground of high androgen level.

Wolff shows she can be a fast lady of F1

Susie Wolff showed she could mix it with the men and be a fast lady of Formula One on Friday but whether she can break down more barriers remains a question with no easy answer.

Pakistan athletes allowed to compete in CWG by Lahore court

Pakistani athletes heaved a sigh of relief after the Lahore High Court on Friday allowed them to take part in the Commonwealth Games, which begin next week in Glasgow, Scotland.

Pallikal leaves painful past behind for long awaited CWG debut

Dipika Pallikal had long back taken the chill pill for the fever that forced her out of the the home Commonwealth Games and fours years on, India's top squash player is looking ahead to the Games in Glasgow, where she is aiming for medals in all three categories.

Saina Nehwal pulls out of Glasgow with fitness issue

Commonwealth Games women's singles badminton champion Saina Nehwal has pulled out of next week's Glasgow Games due to lack of fitness and failure to recover sufficiently from blisters on her feet.

Glasgow CWG: Young team ready to deliver, feels women hockey team coach

With a well balanced unit at his disposal, India women hockey team’s chief coach Neil Hawgood is confident that his young team will deliver their best result at the upcoming Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.

McIlroy and Woods steal show on Day One

Golfing gunslingers Rory McIlroy and Tiger Woods sprayed Royal Liverpool with a barrage of birdie bullets to steal the show midway through the opening round of the 143rd British Open on Thursday.

Woods back at The Open, sets sights on victory

Tiger Woods returns to the scene of one of his greatest triumphs at Hoylake this week, as he attempts, in the 143rd British Open, to resurrect a career blighted by injury.

SAI: Dutee can't compete in women's category at Glasgow

Dutee Chand, one of the country's top teenage female sprinters, will not be eligible to compete in the women's category due to excess androgen (hyperandrogenism) in her body, according to a statement issued by the Sports Authority of India (SAI).

Gallopin wins 11th stage of the Tour de France

Two days after wearing the yellow jersey on Bastille Day, Frenchman Tony Gallopin won the 11th stage of the Tour de France on Wednesday. The 26-year-old escaped from a depleted peloton on a fast descent in the last 10km of the 187.5km run from Besancon to Oyonnax.

Indian coaches barred from ringside at Commonwealth games

India's boxing coaches at the Glasgow Games have been barred from occupying ringside seats due to the country's termination from the International Boxing Association (AIBA).
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