women in sports
Despite all adversity, Priya Punia has been able to make her name in the cricketing world at the young age of 23.
World’s top 15 players in the singles and top 10 players in the doubles must adhere to a new Badminton World Federation rule. They must play a minimum of 12 out of 15 tournaments of the World Tour, otherwise, they will have to face a penalty.
Dropped jaws and stunned eyes are some of the most basic reactions for circuit and off-road motorcycle racer, Aishwarya Pissay.
Of 21 medals Biles won this is her 15th career gold medal, breaking a tie with the Russian gymnast Svetlana Khorkina. She now breaks the record for the most medals by a woman at the world championships, two steps away from breaking Vitaly Scherbo’s all-time record — men or women — of 23.
Mithali Raj has finished 20 years and 105 days in the most distinguished form of cricket. Reputably, Mithali had played her 1st-ever ODI for India in June 1999 versus Ireland.
South Africa grappled with the bat after winning the toss, rolled out for 164 in 45.1 overs.
“Nowadays, the pressure is high. One needs someone to discuss things when they are not fine,” stated Harmanpreet. With the team involving young blood, the regard of maturity to manage high-pressure situation becomes critical.
“Politics and sports should not be mingled as the ultimate victims are the sportspersons,” says the gold medalist power-lifter .
10-year-old karateka Arinjita Dey reveals why it is important for young girls to have a definitive future goal.
P.V. Sindhu met the Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy in his office in Vijayawada. He responded positively, assuring Sindhu that the Government will allocate five acres of land for the same.
With many new brand endorsement deals pouring in, Sindhu’s average brand endorsement fee is about Rs 65-85 lakh per day, as per industry sources. The value goes up to a massive Rs 1.5 crore in certain cases.
“I might stop playing gymnastics one day but I can never unlearn the values it taught me or leave its legacy behind,” says rhythmic gymnast Meghana Gundlapally.