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Delhi boy Shubham Jaglan wins Junior World Golf Championships
India has a new world champion: Shubham Jaglan,all of 10. The most special guy in the world" in his own,playful,words. The Delhi boy, born into a wrestlers' family in Haryana,won the Junior World Golf Championships in San Diego, California, on Thursday night. "I have finally done it!" Shubham, runner-up last year, said in a Facebook post. "I have won one of the most prestigious tournaments in junior golf - The Callaway World Championship!"
Not turning pro,will quit after Rio Olympics 2016: Mary Kom
With the Rio Games next year being her last Olympics, MC Mary Kom is determined to win another medal before she quits boxing. She believes her preparations for the quadrennial event are on the right track. In the city on Sunday as a special guest at a function, the Olympic bronze-medallist said: "The Rio Olympics will be my last. So I would definitely like to finish on a high.
Viswanathan Anand losses in World Championship but good year for Indian chess
In what turned out to be a bitter-sweet year for Indian chess, five-time winner Viswanathan Anand lost his bid to regain his title in the Sochi World Championship but Indian men's team clinched a historic bronze at 41st Olympiad.
Rafael Nadal to comeback stronger than before, says Carlos Moya
Rafael Nadal has managed to win a remarkable 14 Grand Slam titles despite an injury-stricken career and he is only going to come back stronger from his latest setback, feels fellow countryman and former world number one Carlos Moya.
AFC award nominee set for long ban: sources
Asian footballer of the year nominee Nassir Al Shamrani is set to be banned for eight matches spitting and head-butting, sources said Sunday, hours before the award is handed out in Manila.
India sets target to break into top 100 in Fifa rankings by 2019
India has set a target to break into the top 15 rankings in football in Asia by 2017 and into the top 100 in the world rankings by 2019.
Toni Nadal puzzled as Spain pick female Davis Cup captain
Toni Nadal has given a lukewarm response to the decision by the Spanish Tennis Federation (RFET) to appoint former women`s Tour player Gala Leon as Spain`s new Davis Cup captain.
Frustrated Fernando Alonso defends Ferrari brand, seeks unity
A frustrated Fernando Alonso reiterated his commitment to Ferrari on Thursday and took a verbal swipe at brand-damaging rumours in Italy suggesting he might swap seats with Sebastian Vettel to join Red Bull next year.
Hockey icon Balbir Sr accuses SAI of losing his Memorabilia
Hockey legend Balbir Singh Sr (91) has claimed that the Sports Authority of India (SAI) has misplaced his memorabilia, including his Olympic blazer, Asiad medal and rare pictures he had donated to the SAI in 1985.
Sania Mirza lose in women’s doubles of US Open semifinal
India's Sania Mirza and her partner Cara Black of Zimbabwe could not make it to the US Open women's doubles finals after going down in straight sets to Swiss-Italian pair of Martina Hingis and Flavia Pennetta at the Grand Slam event here.
Hingis happy to be in hunt in US Open doubles
Martina Hingis is back in the doubles semifinals of a Grand Slam for the first time since the 2002 Australian Open as she and Flavia Pennetta reached the US Open last four in their first major as a team.
Wrangling continues ahead of Boxing India polls
The long-pending elections to form a new Indian Boxing Federation have run into rough weather yet again with Rakesh Thakran, a contestant for the Secretary General's post, demanding the rejection of his rival Jay Kowli's nomination papers on technical grounds.
Saina Nehwal’s challenge ends at World Badminton Championship
India’s ace shuttler Saina Nehwal’s run at World Badminton Championship came to an end on Friday.
Hockey scene in India better than Pakistan : PHF secretary
Pakistan Hockey Federation secretary Rana Mujahid is "frustrated" that the national sport is struggling to lure sponsors due to lack of international success in recent years and felt the scene was much better in India.
Roger Federer leads list of game’s top moneymakers
Roger Federer has not won a Grand Slam title this year but the 17-time Grand Slam champion topped Forbes magazine's list of the 10 top tennis moneymakers announced on Monday.
Gael Monfils withdraws from Washington event
France`s Gael Monfils has withdrawn from next week`s ATP and WTA tennis tournament in Washington with a nagging right knee injury, organizers said Friday.
Russia rechecks 2018 FIFA World Cup stadiums
Three Russian cities are rechecking their existing and prospective stadiums for 2018 FIFA World Cup after the governing body of international football hinted it may cut the number of arenas.
Commonwealth Games: Speculation Over Dutee Chand’s Gender Test
Young sprinter Dutee Chand's last minute exclusion from the Indian athletics team for the upcoming Glasgow Commonwealth Games led to speculation over the outcome of the gender test she reportedly underwent recently in Bangalore.
Germany World Cup heroes return home to huge fan party
Germany's World Cup-winning team returned home to share the country's fourth title with huge crowds of cheering fans on Tuesday.
Samuel Groth upsets Nicola Mahut to reach Newport semis
Australia`s Samuel Groth dethroned defending champion and fourth seed Nicolas Mahut 6-3, 6-4 on Thursday to reach his first career ATP semi-final at the Hall of Fame Championships.
Roger Federer battling history as age takes its toll
Roger Federer surveyed the wreckage of his worst French Open in 10 years and despite his optimism that a record eighth Wimbledon title is within his grasp, history and time are conspiring against him.
Saina Nehwal`s angels script Uber Cup history
'Raising the bar' has been Saina Nehwal's calling card for years. The Hyderabadi diehard and her team of gutsy shuttlers made Uber Cup history on Thursday, taking India into the semifinals for the first time in modern era of the tournament with a 3-0 win over Indonesia. India now face Japan - who beat Denmark - in the semifinals to be played at the Siri Fort Complex on Friday.
Sindhu stuns recently-crowned All England champion Shixian Wang
Indian shuttler PV Sindhu tamed World No.2 Shixian Wang in straight games to enter the women's singles semifinals at the $125,000 Swiss Open Grand Prix Gold at St. Jakobshalle in Basel in Switzerland. World No.9 Sindhu took 45 minutes Friday to get past Wang 21-17, 21-15, going up 3-0 over the Chinese in career meetings.Sindhu's eighth-ranked compatriot Saina, however, failed to breach the Chinese wall.