BCCI accepts CEO Rahul Johri’s December 2019 resignation
Johri, who had joined the BCCI on June 1, 2016, had tendered his resignation in December last year. His five-year contract with the world’s richest cricket federation was to end only in May next year. Sources in the board confirmed to ET that Johri’s resignation had been accepted.
Cricketers will have to live with dangers of COVID-19: Gautam Gambhir
"I don't think a lot of rules and regulations will be changed, you can ...
No Saliva, 5-run penalty, Covid substitute: ICC approves interim changes to playing regulations
Also, a 32-inch additional logo would be perm...
Covid-19: What now for cricket in 2020?
The 2020 T20 World Cup is due to get underway in October, but the International Cricket Council (ICC) admitted on Friday that it was "exploring all options", despite playing down reports that it could be pushed back until 2021.
Income severely hit, sports coaches stare at an uncertain future
Thousands of coaches across India lost their source of income when the doors of stadiums, sports complexes and training centres — seen as crowd-pullers — were slammed shut in the earliest days of the Covid-19 lockdowns. From bottom to top of the ladder, everyone’s life has come to a halt. But it is the junior coaches who are the worst affected.
Don't blame Marshneil Gavaskar for her husband's inane remark
Indeed, it was not Marshneil Gavaskar’s fault that her husband had flunked on the field. And it wasn’t Anushka Sharma’s fault for Virat Kohli dropping two catches of KL Rahul and costing the match for Royal Challengers Bangalore on Thursday.
No fans, no saliva, hand sanitisers on boundary: Welcome to a new-look T10 cricket
Welcome to cricket during coronavirus as it's being played out in the Caribbean this week. Six teams are taking part in the Vincy T10 Premier League at the picturesque Arnos Vale venue near Kingstown, the main city on St Vincent.
With 10.4 TVR, the CSK vs MI match crossed record of even the first IPL opener
Star India is airing IPL live across 20 channels, including standard and high-definition (HD) feeds, compared to 25 channels last season.
Younis Khan once held a knife to my throat when I offered him batting advice: Flower
Asked about the tricky characters that he has had to coach in his career, the 49-year-old Zimbabwean, who was Pakistan's batting coach from 2014 to 2019, recalled Younis.
BCCI nominates Rohit for Khel Ratna; Shikhar, Ishant and Deepti for Arjuna
Rohit's opening partner Shikhar Dhawan and Ishant Sharma, the most-capped Test cricketer in the current set-up, have been nominated for the Arjuna Award. In the women's section, Deepti Sharma got BCCI nomination for her consistent show across formats in the last three years.
Why the sports officials should throw in the towel
World No 6 tennis player Stefanos Tsitsipas talks about towel’s intrinsic importance at the US Open.
Amfi signs 4 more cricket players for 'mutual funds sahi hai' campaign
This would be in addition to the earlier announced association with cricket icons, Sachin Tendulkar, MS Dhoni and Mithali Raj, Association of Mutual Funds in India (Amfi) said in a statement.
Not just women's cricket, every athlete’s momentum is broken because of Covid-19: Mithali Raj
The 37-year-old Mithali, who has retired from the shortest format and wasn’t part of the T20 World Cup side, is set to lead India in the 50-over World Cup in eight months’ time in New Zealand — probably her last shot at glory. In Part 2 of this two-part interview with ET Sport, Mithali talks about sports in the post-Covid world, women’s cricket, upcoming ODI World Cup and more.
Sports radio company Sports Flashes enters fantasy sports platform ahead of IPL
A late mover in the fantasy sports space, Sporty Jackpot has decided to go vernacular. The service will start with Hindi and will also be available in Bangla and Punjabi in future.
Covid-19 impact: Students and sports enthusiasts drop the ball on private sports facilities
There has been zero revenue for the last 2-3 months including summer which is the peak period for many private sports facilities. The future looks bleak as well.