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Dec 9, 2011

Gopi’s rise: How parents supported a sports protege

In the yet-to-be-released biography 'Pullela Gopi Chand — The World Beneath His Feat', Sanjay Sharma and his daughter Shachi S Sharma have given a heart-rendering account of a boy and a family which struggled to make ends meet but then went on to conquer the world. #Badminton #Pullela Gopi Chand — The World Beneath His Feat #Pullela Gopichand #Saina Nehwal

Jun 25, 2011

Slum Soccer:This isn’t just about football!

Fifteen underprivileged women from Slum Soccer will represent India at a football tournament in Berlin. But, it’s not the competition that has them excited. It’s the recognition and appreciation from their family and neighbours and the first plane journey that they can’t stop gushing about. #football #Slum Soccer #Underprivileged girls #WeekendRead

Jun 4, 2011

It’s Li Na’s evening in Paris

China's Li Na became the first Asian player to win a Grand Slam singles title when she knocked off defending champion Francesca Schiavone of Italy 6-4, 7-6 (0) in the French Open final on Saturday. #Francesca Schiavone #French Open #Li Na #Tennis #TheBigEvent

May 30, 2011

Skirt rule is the last thing that will help, says Gopi Chand

Facing fierce criticism from China, the Badminton World Federation (BWF) in its council meeting decided not to introduce the regulations regarding the mandatory use of skirts. #Badminton World Federation #SkirtRule #Sports #WhyNow

May 20, 2011

Short on match practice, yet favourites at the French Open?

Despite going into the French Open without any match practice on clay, Bhupathi says he and Paes are strong contenders for the title. #French Open #Mahesh Bhupathi #Tennis