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Indian race walker Bhawana Jat qualified for Tokyo Olympic Games

Bhawana Jat is a top-rated female race walker of India. She was seen in news recently as she was qualified for the Tokyo Olympics Games in 20km Race-Walk event. The 24-year-old Race walker from Rajasthan was declared as qualified, after she set a new national record at the seventh National Race Walk Championships, held in Ranchi. ..

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77th Senior National squash championships held in Tamil Nadu

The Squash Rackets Federation of India (SRFI)-77th Senior National squash championships was recently held at Chennai, Tamil Nadu. Ace Indian squash player Joshna Chinappa clinched the women’s title by beating Tanvi Khanna, while another top-rated player Saurav Ghosal bagged the men’s title by defeating Abhishek Pradhan in straight sets. The champions were awarded a prize money ..

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Kobe Bryant named finalist of ‘Basketball Hall of Fame’

The global sports icon Kobe Bryant, who died in a helicopter crash three weeks ago, was recently named as finalist of ‘Basketball Hall of Fame’. One of the most dominant players in NBA history played for the Los Angeles Lakers during his 20-year career. Many other former Basketball players and national coaches have also been ..

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Udayan Mane wins TATA Steel PGTI Players Championship

Udayan Mane was recently seen in news, as the Pune-based Golfer recently won the TATA Steel PGTI Players Championship. He defeated his fellow player Veer Ahlawat of Gurugram. Udayan Mane has also clinched the last two PGTI events including the TATA Steel Tour Championship 2019 and Golconda Masters 2020. He became only the second player to ..

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Srinivas Gowda covers 142.5m in 13.62 seconds at Kambala

Kambala is a traditional sport of Karnataka, in which the people of coastal districts of the state conduct a buffalo-race. It was in news recently as one of the local contestants from Dakshina Kannada district named Srinivas Gowda covered 142.5 m Kambala in just 13.62 seconds. The Sports Authority of India recently announced that it ..

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