What sports taught Sahil Vora: Humility, perseverance and staying passionate
The SILA boss said playing sports taught him many lessons that he now applies to work.
Doping in sports: What India can learn from Russian case
The Russian case is an opportunity for India to put its house in order. While at one...
After Russia doping ban, a South African speaks up for the innocent
In her first interview since the announcement, Penny Heyns, a former swimmer from South Africa, told The New York Times that she had no regrets about the punishment, which bans Russia and its officials from major international sports but is likely to allow hundreds of Russian athletes to continue competing if they can prove they are clean.
Russia banned from global sports for 4 years by World Anti-Doping Agency
MOSCOW: Russia was banned from the Olympics and world championships in a range of sports on Monday after the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA)...
Macan's success shows luxe car market has bucked slowdown trend: Pavan Shetty, Porsche India Director
The Porsche India boss revealed that the fully-electric Taycan will launch next year in July.
Educating racists is a waste of time
If racism is your platform for point-scoring, bringing up incidents from rival clubs as though this is all a game of Top Trumps, you’re – and I’m going to phrase this as nicely as possible – quite pathetic. You can’t fix stupid and it’s scary to think just how much of the population are sat fist-pumping in the knowledge there are no cameras ready to record their discrimination.
Yohan Blake accuses IAAF president of harming the sport
Yohan Blake admitted that the loss of that medal in Bolt’s final race still haunted him. "I have a lot of bad memories, a lot sleepless nights, I got very emotional a lot of times and no medal, (you) come so close, but so far, but you have to believe in yourself, in your ability, not what you have done before,” said Blake.
View: Sport is about bravado, but it's not worth dying for
Sport is often about bravado and tales of batsmen scoring centuries with a broken finger or fast bowlers going through spells with debilitating back pain are things of folklore. But there is a significant difference between playing through pain and risking permanent brain damage.
Maruti stock to face pressure on slowing sales, diesel pullback
Maruti Suzuki’s volume fell 24 per cent in the first half of the current fiscal.
Hong Kong sports brand Xtep to enter five more cities
The brand will expand into Hyderabad, Goa, Kochi, Pune and Mysuru next year by introducing products through a mix of exclusive and multi-brand outlets, Xtep India director Vijay Chowdhary said at an event here organised in memory of US-born boxing legend Muhammad Ali.
Kia to open bookings for luxury MPV Carnival next month
South Korean major Kia would launch a luxury multipurpose vehicle (MPV) early next year, which the company claims will be the first-of-its-kind on Indian roads.
So much for the love of sports: 41% Indians would rather lose their job than miss a historic match
42% Indian sports fans may even choose to miss their honeymoon for a big event.
Heena Sidhu credits father for introducing her to shooting, says mind is most important in the sport
Being able to hold one's nerve is very vital for shooting, she said.
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