women in sports
“I am sorry to hear about the unfortunate incidents and treatment you have come across during this hardest time of our generation.”
As the number of coronavirus patients multiplies across the world, social distancing is the only way to combat the virus.…
“Now I’ve been social distancing for actually a really long time, for probably two weeks now, and every little thing makes me crazy.”
“So she can’t go back home, she will remain training there, there is no other way out. We will see the situation. If the league re-starts on April 30, she can stay there and play. “
“The institute has also become quite empty as only the athletes training for the Olympics are left. Only the core group of weightlifting is training.”
“Only Sindhu, Lakshya (Sen) and Sikki (Reddy) and Ashwini (Ponnappa) were there in second round. We decided to stay back and play, Vimal also said let’s play. The reason was when we are already here so one more day won’t make any difference,”
Among the stars who have self-isolated themselves amid COVID-19 outbreak worldwide, Serena Williams and family is one. The tennis ace announced she’d be spending…
The sprinter granny is very dedicated and wakes up at 4 am every morning for training. She runs a distance of about 20 kilometers every day and trains in the gym.
Maria Sharapova, who won her maiden Grand Slam title in 2004, announced retirement from tennis at the age of 32.
I don’t live under the title of ‘woman racer’. I just consider myself a racer like everyone else.
The academy will have over eight courts, a viewing gallery to seat 1,000 plus audience, a gym, physio centre, an area for practising meditation and yoga.
Koneru Humpy, an inspiration for Indian women in sports, wins the Cairns Cup Chess Tournament. She had taken a maternity sabbatical and has achieved new heights since she is back.