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Changes in boxing divisions for Tokyo Olympics

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Changes in weight divisions for Tokyo Games to affect Indian boxers, which include Amit Panghal and Mary Kom. Men's boxing will drop from ten weight instructions to eight and ladies go up from 3 to five. After months of speculation, AIBA has eventually discovered the brand new weight-categories for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. Men’s category will now have eight divisions,...

Para-athlete Manasi Joshi: We are powerful beyond degree

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It’s sheer strength of will that defines Manasi Joshi. After assembly with a bizarre street coincidence seven years ago, in which she lost her leg, Joshi picked herself right up and solid on. A software program engineer through career and a para-badminton wizard by ardor, she resumed paintings and balanced it with a busy badminton education agenda as soon...

Mau, Carlos, Laure, Arado the clean faces in SEA Games pool

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KALEI Mau, Tots Carlos, Eya Laure, and Kath Arado headline the 22-female national volleyball pool for the thirtieth Southeast Asian Games in the Philippines from November 30 to December 10. Aside from United Volleyball Club’s Mau, teammate and fellow Fil-Am Alohi Robins-Hardy, and Sta. Lucia big name MJ Phillips made the cut coached by means of Shaq Delos Santos. UAAP stars...

Indian boxing stars set for weight alternate as AIBA rejigs Oly ..

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NEW DELHI: Some of Indian boxing's most carried out names together with Amit Panchal, Shiva Thapa and Manish Kaushik can be moving to better weight classes to preserve their Olympic dream as the game's world body has scrapped their cutting-edge divisions from the 2020 Tokyo Games. The International Boxing Association (AIBA) has finalized the eight men's and five girls...

Good that people have expectancies: Neeraj Chopra on Olympics desires

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Neeraj Chopra had a fruitful 2018 while he won javelin gold at the Commonwealth Games and the Asian Games but the Indian reckons this 12 month goes to be even more crucial for him as he chases Olympic glory at Tokyo 2020. Last year, the lengthy-haired former world junior champion became only the 0.33 guy to win an athletics gold...

ICC assembly a mixed bag for Associates

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The currently concluded ICC conferences in Dubai delivered few surprises and past the declaration of dates and venues for the men's and women's T20 World Cup Qualifiers little concrete information of immediate relevance outside the Full Member ambit. Beyond the press release, but, there have been guidelines of traits giving a motive for both optimism and apprehension for its...

ICC’s BCCI conundrum: WADA committee to speak about compliance i ..

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NEW DELHI: The Olympic Council of Asia's (OCA) decision to deliver cricket back into the Asian Games fold has been welcomed. But there may be a first-rate hurdle that must be crossed to make cricket part of multi-state tournaments, like the Commonwealth Games, Asian Games, and the Olympics. Cricket's international governing body, the International Cricket Council (ICC), might be...

Valdez, Espejo lead SEA Games pool

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Alyssa Valdez can be joining the Philippine women's countrywide volleyball squad for the eighth time because of the Larong Volleyball sa Pilipinas, Inc. Announced the pool for the 2019 SEA Games to be held in the USA this November. Joining Valdez are team captain Aby Maraño, veterans Aiza Maizo-Pontillas, Mika Reyes, sisters Dindin Santiago-Manabat and Jaja Santiago, Majoy Baron, Denden...

Australia to compete at Asian Games

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Australian athletes for the first time will compete on the Asian Games, rated the second one-biggest multi-sports event in the back of the Olympics. Australians will compete at 2022 Asian Games in China, even though most straightforward from five sports - soccer, basketball, volleyball, seashore volleyball and fencing. Those sports activities can compete as Australia's invitations are restricted to sports which...

Firstpost Spodcast Episode a hundred and fifty five: Oceania countries invited for 2022 Asian Games; England beat India in ladies’s T20I and extra

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Welcome to the one hundred and fifty-fifth episode of Firstpost Spodcast. We being with cricket news. India suffered a crushing 41-run loss to England in the first T20 of the 3-match series on Monday with Smriti Mandhana creating a forgettable captaincy debut. India struggled to 119 for 6 after Tammy Beaumont (sixty-two off fifty-seven) and skipper Heather Knight (40 off 20)...