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Red Bull Kart final in Hyderabad on October 18

HYDERABAD:After gruelling qualification rounds, the third edition of the Red Bull Kart Fight national final is all set to take place at Leonia Resort in Hyderabad on October 18. The Red Bull Kart Fight qualifiers took place in Mumbai and Gurugram between July 12 and October 6 followed by city qualifiers in Bengaluru, Chennai and Baroda.

Sheffield Shield out of SCG after pitch suffers rugby damage

MELBOURNE:New South Wales (NSW) have been forced to move their Sheffield Shield match against Tasmania scheduled to be held at the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) due to pitch concerns.

Deevanshi, Arnav, Paavan and Shaurya win TT titles

CHANDIGARH: Deevanshi of St Kabir School won the junior singles title by defeating Neha of Manav Mangal High School in a close contested 3-2 (11-8, 9-11, 13-11, 7-11, 11-8) final while Arnav of Gurukul Global School got the better of Pawan of DAV Public School in the Junior boys singles final by set score 3-1 (8-11, 11-6, 11-7, 11-9) in the 32nd Chandigarh State Table Tennis Championship-2019 for  Sardar Gurmeet Singh Grewal Memorial Trophy here on Saturday,

Indian Oil Mumbai and ONGC Delhi draw 1-1

CHANDIGARH:  Punjab Police Jalandhar and Indian Railways were locked at 1-1 draw in the 36th Indian Oil Servo Surjit Hockey Tournament here at Olympian Surjit Hockey Stadium in Jalandhar on Saturday.

Pune Test: Fan breaches security cordon, enters field

PUNE:A fan on Saturday dodged the security personnel at the Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium during the ongoing 2nd Test between India and South Africa, and made his way on to the playing field.

Ronaldo a step away from 700 career goals

LISBON:Cristiano Ronaldo is all set to add another feather to his cap as he is just a goal away from becoming only the sixth person in the world to register 700 goals.

Turned vegan to stay fitter, for better recovery

KOLKATA Indianfootball team captain Sunil Chhetri on Saturday said he turned vegan for better recovery and digestion, adding the realisation of a better diet as he grows older is secret behind his supreme fitness.

Mary Kom crashes out with Worlds bronze, historic 8th medal

ULAN-UDE(RUSSIA): Six-time champion MC Mary Kom on Saturday settled for the bronze in the ongoing Women's World Boxing Championships after losing her semi-final bout of the 51-kg flyweight category to second-seed Busenaz Cakiroglu of Turkey in a split 1:4 verdict.

Punjab & Sind Bank Delhi beat CAG Delhi by 5-1, enter league

CHANDIGARH:Punjab and Sind Bank Delhi  edged out CAG Delhi by beating by 5-1 in the 36th Indian Oil Servo Surjit Hockey Tournament at Olympian Surjit Hockey Stadium in Jalandhar here this evening.

Surjit Hockey tournament kicks off with a great Pomp and Show dedicated to 550th Parkash Purb

JALANDHAR: One of the biggest sporting extravaganza in the region, the 36th Indian Oil Surjit Hockey Tournament today started with great pomp and show as Education and PWD Minister  Vijay Inder Singla inaugurated this mega event here at Surjit Hockey Stadium, Burlton park.

GCN, Narangwal men rule the mat in PU wrestling

CHANDIGARH:With three gold an one bronze medals Govind National College, Narangwal won the Panjab University Inter College Wrestling free style (men) Championship for the session 2019-20 with 16.5 points at PU Gymnasium here today.

Haryana Steelers lose to U Mumba despite good show by Vinay and Vikash

GREATER NOIDA: Haryana Steelers fought hard during the Pro Kabaddi League season seven match against U Mumba, but went down 33-39 in Greater Noida on Thursday.

Hard-fought wins for Yash, Rudra and Neeraj; Kaavya stuns 2nd seed Sonashe

CHANDIGARH: Top seed Ishaque Eqbal cruised into quarterfinals of men’s singles in the “The Tribune” State Tennis Championships at the Sector 10 Tennis Stadium here today.  Ishaque defeated Kavin Masilamani in straight sets 6-4, 7-5.  Ishaque played solid match. He played on the rise and he was dominating with his aggressive ground stroke.

Calvin, Ishaque and Kaavya move into pre-quarters

CHANDIGARH: CLTA trainee Calvin Golmei advanced into pre-quarterfinals in men’s singles in the “The Tribune” State Tennis Championships at the Sector 10 Tennis Stadium here today.  . Calvin defeated Yuvraj Singh in 3 setter marathon match.

Krishan Hooda, Uddayvir move into third qualifying round

CHANDIGARH: CLTA trainees Krishan Hooda and Uddayvir Singh advanced into third qualifying round in men’s singles Rs 3.5 lakh “The Tribune” State Tennis Championships at the Sector 10 Tennis Stadium here today.

India beat World Champions Belgium 5-1 to unbeaten record

ANTWERP (BELGIUM):  World No. 5 Indian Men's Hockey Team on Thursday produced an attacking masterclass to defeat reigning World and European Champions Belgium 5-1 in the fifth and last match to maintain their 100 per cent record in their Tour of Belgium. The Indian team won all five matches during the Tour, beating Belgium 2-0 in the opening match, and registering 6-1 and 5-1 wins over Spain in the next two games, before finishing off their Tour with two wins against Belgium (2-1 and 5-1).

Divers Palak Sharma and Siddharth Pradeshi add two gold medals to India's tally

BENGALURU: Hosts India ended their campaign at the 10th Asian Age Group Championships here in Bengaluru on a high as the team's divers Palak Sharma and Siddharth Pradeshi won gold in their respective events. Their effort ensured India's best ever medal haul at this prestigious event with a total of 64 medals (20 gold, 24 silver, 20 bronze).

Indian hockey women suffer first defeat of Tour to England

MARLOW (ENGLAND): The Indian Women's Hockey Team suffered their first defeat of their Tour to England as they lost the fourth match by a scoreline of 1-3. After having remained unbeaten in the first three matches of the Tour with a 2-1 win in the first match, and drawing the next two 1-1 and 0-0, the Indian Women's Team could not continue their unbeaten run. Great Britain took an early lead in the match through Hannah Martin (5th), but India's Neha Goyal (18th) scored the equalized. However, a goal before half-time from Charlotte Watson (29th), and one in the last quarter through Giselle Ansley (50th) meant that Great Britain secured their first win of the Tour.

David Haggerty re-elected ITF president

CHANDIGARH: David Haggerty has been re-elected ITF President, during the first round of voting at the ITF Annual General Meeting in Lisbon, Portugal on  September 27. David Haggerty, of USA, will serve a four-year term from 2019-23.

Chandigarh Football Academy lift Administrator’s Football Cup

CHANDIGARH: Following the footprint of their seniors Chandigarh Football Academy, Chandigarh defeated Baichung Bhutia Football Academy, Delhi  by 3-0 in the final  to lift 17th Administrator’s Challenge Cup All India Football Tournament 2019 for boys U-14  at Sports Complex, Sector-7, here today.

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