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I Will Continue Boxing Till My Body Allows, Says CWG Gold Medallist Mary Kom

I Will Continue Boxing Till My Body Allows, Says CWG Gold Medallist Mary Kom

After clinching her maiden Commonwealth Games medal, five-time world champion M.C. Mary Kom says she took the Gold Coast Games as a challenge and has urged other athletes to "flush out" the age factor.

I Will Continue Boxing Till My Body Allows, Says CWG Gold Medallist Mary Kom

Ready To Roar For My Next Fight: P.V. Sindhu

Ready To Roar For My Next Fight: P.V. Sindhu

On the back of her gruelling final match at the 21st Commonwealth Games (CWG), ace shuttler P.V. Sindhu says no loss is ever enough to stop her from believing in herself, and she is once again ready to roar.

Ready To Roar For My Next Fight: P.V. Sindhu

Manika Batra Hopes To Be Saina Nehwal and PV Sindhu Of Table Tennis

Manika Batra Hopes To Be Saina Nehwal and PV Sindhu Of Table Tennis

Manika Batra bagged medals in all four events on offer including an unprecedented gold in the women's singles and team championship.

Manika Batra Hopes To Be Saina Nehwal and PV Sindhu Of Table Tennis

Commonwealth Games 2018: Anish Bhanwala Becomes India’s Youngest Gold Medallist

Commonwealth Games 2018: Anish Bhanwala Becomes India’s Youngest Gold Medallist

Inside the shooting range, his confidence rivals a seasoned campaigner but the moment Anish Bhanwala steps out of it, he becomes the average 15-year-old worried about his maths exam.

Commonwealth Games 2018: Anish Bhanwala Becomes India’s Youngest Gold Medallist

Dangal Repeat: Dad Mahavir Phogat Misses Daughter Babita’s Final CWG 2018 Bout

Dangal Repeat: Dad Mahavir Phogat Misses Daughter Babita’s Final CWG 2018 Bout

The legendary coach, whose life story has achieved cult status owing to the success of ‘Dangal’, was here to watch defending gold-medallist Babita compete in the 53kg category.

Dangal Repeat: Dad Mahavir Phogat Misses Daughter Babita’s Final CWG 2018 Bout

Srikanth Kidambi First Indian Male Shuttler To Become World No. 1

Srikanth Kidambi First Indian Male Shuttler To Become World No. 1

Kidambi Srikanth has became the first Indian male shuttler to achieve the world number one ranking in the Badminton World Federation (BWF) chart released on Thursday.

Srikanth Kidambi First Indian Male Shuttler To Become World No. 1