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Odisha sprinter Dutee Chand came 7th in the 100 heats, failing to qualify for the semi-final Rio Olympics 2016
I don’t feel extra pressure, just feel responsible, says Sania Mirza about the quest for an Olympic medal
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In a match she dominated from the word go, PV Sindhu defeated Laurav Sarosi of Hungary in her first round match at the Olympics
Indian archers Deepika Kumari and Bombayla Devi lost in their individual events at the pre-quarters stage
The Indian woman’s double pair of Jwala Gutta.and Ashwini Ponnappa were defeated in 38 minutes in their opener at the Olympics
Serena Williams crashes out of the Olympics after losing to Ukraine’s Elina Svitolina 6-4, 6-3
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Serena and Venus Williams were defeated in the very first round at the Olympic by Czech Republic’s Lucie Safarova and Barbora Strycova
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For the first time an Indian referee will be officiating at the FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup
MP girl Sushila Chanu has been named captain of Indian women’s hockey team for Rio Olympics.
Captain of the Indian women’s national team, Ritu Rani has been dropped from the side and has since left the ongoing training camp in Bengaluru.
For those who love football, here is a list of women football players who are talented and play a great game.
Joshna Chinappa has made it into the World’s Top 10 rankings, becoming the 2nd Indian woman to breach this mark.
At the 56th National Inter-State Athletics Championships on Wednesday runner L Suriya and long jump specialist V Neena won golds, but fell short of a Rio berth.
She may not be competing in the Rio Olympics, but as these sporting moments reflect, Mary Kom is a champion in the truest sense.
Five-time world champion Mary Kom will not be competing in the upcoming Rio Olympics as she has been denied a wildcard entry to the Event.
Grand Master Harika Dronavalli is adjudged best women’s player in Eurasian Blitz chess tournament in Kazakhstan.
Top ranked player of the Hero Order of Merit Neha Tripathi talks about her passion for golf and the challenges of being a woman golfer in India.
Squash player Dipika Pallikal to compete in the Senior National Championship after the organisers have agreed on equalling the prize money for men and women.
Mysuru’s 20-year-old Varunya Chandrashekhar has joined five others playing for India in the Mary Pierce Indian Ocean Series ITF Women’s $10,000 event
BCCI president Anurag Thakur has announced that he aims to bring women’s cricket to the number 1 spot by the year 2020.
Bhakti Kulkarni defeated the highest ranked player, Iran’s Sarasadat Khademalsharieh in the fourth round of Asian Women’s Chess Championship on Sunday.
Indian discus thrower Seema Punia has qualified for the Rio Olympics, it will be her third opportunity to represent Inda, after her 2004 and 2012 appearance.
The World No 1 doubles pair of Sania Mirza and Martina Hingis won the first round of the women’s doubles in French Open on Wednesday.
Sonia Lather has become the only Indian to Make Women’s World Boxing Championship Semi-final stage, and has assured herself of a medal in the process.
Quick facts about defender Sushila Chanu Pukhrambam will lead the women’s hockey team for the upcoming four-nation tournament in Darwin, Australia
Mary Kom, Sarita Devi and Pooja Rani at the World Women’s Boxing Championship, aiming to seal their Olympic berths with their performance.
Saina Nehwal led Indian women shuttlers team beat Germany 5-0 to reach to quarter-finals in Uber Cup
The India’s team lost to Malaysia, but managed to bring home the silver at the Asian Squash Championship held in Chinese Tapei
Indian women’s hockey team captain Ritu Rani has earned an Arjuna Award nomination.
Sprinter Dutee Chand clinched the gold in Women’s 100m dash, clocking a fast time of 11.37 seconds at the Indian Grand Prix athletics series in Patiala.
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