IOA Executive Council to take final call over proposed boycott of 2022 Commonwealth Games in September
The Executive Council of the IOA will meet next month to take a final decision on its boycott call of 2022 Commonwealth Games, its Secretary General Rajeev Mehta said on Saturday.
Weightlifting, boxing federations throw their weight behind IOA in boycotting CWG 2022 if shooting is not included
Officials and athletes of wrestling, weightlifting and boxing, for now, stand firmly by IOA and their stance of not participating in Commonwealth Games 2022 if shooting is not included.
Heena Sidhu divided over IOA's call to boycott 2022 Commonwealth Games, but says shooting should get permanent status
Shooting "can die soon" if it is excluded from global events, pistol ace Heena Sidhu said on Monday, in the wake of the Indian Olympic Association's proposal to boycott the 2022 Birmingham Commonwealth Games for dropping the sport from its roster.
Commonwealth Games 2022: Boycotting tournament 'won't win India influence,' says Olympic gold-medalist Abhinav Bindra
In an unprecedented move, the Indian Olympic Association on Saturday proposed a boycott of the 2022 Birmingham Commonwealth Games for dropping shooting from the roster
2022 Commonwealth Games will hosted by Birmingham between 27 July and 7 August in what will be the biggest sporting and cultural event staged in the West Midlands.
Sports Minister Kiren Rijiju says IOA can't unilaterally pull out of 2022 Commonwealth Games due to shooting's omission
Sports Minister Kiren Rijiju said the IOA cannot take a unilateral decision about pulling out of the 2022 Birmingham Commonwealth Games following the omission of shooting
Shooting's exclusion from 2022 Commonwealth Games programme likely to dent India's medal tally in Birmingham
Shooting was left out of the 2022 Commonwealth Games programme dealing a big blow to India which won 16 medals at the 2018 edition in Gold Coast.
Women's cricket set to be part of 2022 Commonwealth Games; decision to be ratified by Federation members
Women's cricket is set to be part of the Birmingham Commonwealth Games as the CGF on Thursday nominated its inclusion in the 2022 edition.
Shane Warne bats for inclusion of women's cricket in 2022 Commonwealth Games, says event an opportunity to win new fans
Organisers of the 2022 event in the English city of Birmingham are to announce this year whether cricket will get a place for the first time since 1998.
The bid, which has been made in partnership with the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB), will see the women's team sport apply to become part of the Commonwealth Games family.
"They (House of Commons) are raising it tomorrow. All this is happening because of NRAI president Raninder Singh, who has been quietly trying to get the Olympic sport of shooting back in fold for the 2022 Games," a top federation official said.
IOA president Narinder Batra says calls for boycotting CWG 2022 over absence of shooting events 'bit too extreme'
Batra said, "We will certainly pick up the issue of shooting not being there in the 2022 CWG but it does not start or end with not participating. A nation boycotting, I think ... a bit too extreme."
IOA to ask 2022 Commonwealth Games organisers to reconsider shooting's exclusion if sport is scrapped
Indian Olympic Association (IOA) is yet to get an official confirmation about shooting being scrapped from the programme of 2022 Commonwealth Games but said it will ask the organisers to reconsider its decision.
India's medal chances at the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham take a hit as shooting has been excluded from the competition.
Despite being the only city to submit a bid by the Commonwealth Games Federation's (CGF) deadline of the end of September, Birmingham has had to wait nearly three months to have its victory confirmed.
With memories still fresh of the 2010 Commonwealth Games in New Delhi, which were plagued by delays and corruption, the Indian Olympic Association (IOA) said it was considering a repeat performance.
The ICC has approved change in rules in the LBW decisions of the umpires concerning the controversial Decision Review System; will benefit bowlers.
The International Cricket Council (ICC) will apply for the inclusion of women's cricket at the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Durban, South Africa, the governing body has said.
The creation of two divisions in Test cricket and a new one-day league, are to be "worked through" at a September meeting of ICC, says David Richardson.
Durban was officially named as host of the 2022 Commonwealth Games on Wednesday, making it the first African city ever to stage the sporting spectacular.