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she Rio Olympic bronze medal-list, on Sunday got engaged to wrestler boyfriend Satyawart Kadian at her residence in Rohtak.
The 24-year-old wrestler had earlier spoken about Satyawart in the media.
"It was a private function. Only the families of the to-be bride and groom attended the event and it went very well," Satyawart's father Arjuna Awardee Satyavan Pehelwan said.
Satyawart, 22, is two years younger to Sakshi and trains at his father's akhada in Rohtak. He won his first bronze medal at... Read More
Aditi Ashok played her fourth successive one-under 69 for her third straight top-10 finish on the Ladies European Tour at the Lacoste Ladies Open de France.
18-year-old rookie Aditi, who was tied-ninth in Germany and then sixth in Spain, finished tied 10th in France, indicating a streak of fine performances.
At the top the seasoned 34-year-old Beth Allen overturned a four stroke deficit with nine holes to claim a decisive victory.
The Indian Express 18-year-old Aditi Ashok, who was tied-nin... Read More
Bengaluru'stoughest race". The 23-year old completed the 246.6 km distance in the 2016 edition on Saturday, in 33 hours, one minute and 38 seconds. The Spartathlon is an annual run between Athens and Sparta in Greece, with a reported success rate of 50%.
If you thought Marathon running tests the epitome of a human body, think again! The Spartathlon, an annual run between Athens in Sparta in Greece has a circuit which lasts for 246.6 km and is widely considered, ‘The world’s toughest race.... Read More
Deepa Malik born 30 September 1970 is an Indian athlete born in a Hindu Jat family in Sonipat. She won a Silver medal at the Rio Paralympics in 2016 and became the first Indian woman to win a paralympic medal.
Deepa Malik became the first Indian woman Paralympic medallist when she clinched silver at the 2016 Rio Games with a personal best throw of 4.61m in the women's shot put - F53 final event on Monday.
Bahrain's Fatema Nedham took the gold with a best throw of 4.76m while Dimitra Korokida... Read More
Mangte Chungneijang Mary Kom born 1 March 1983, better known as Mary Kom is an Indian boxer hailing from the Kom tribe in Manipur. She is a five-time World Amateur Boxing champion, and the only woman boxer to have won a medal in each one of the six world championships. Nicknamed "Magnificent Mary", she is the only Indian woman boxer to have qualified for the 2012 Summer Olympics, competing in the flyweight (51 kg) category and winning the bronze medal.
As a school girl she used to play a vari... Read More
won India's second medal of the 2016 Rio Olympics, but it isn't the one she, her coach P Gopichand and all those who tuned into the gold medal women's singles badminton match at the Riocentro on Friday wished for. Sindhu, tenth in the global rankings, lost to Spain's Carolina Marin, ranked No 1, 21-19, 12-21, 15-21 to settle for silver.
Sakshi Malik won bronze in women’s 58kg freestyle. Vinesh Phogat retired after suffering an injury in the quarterfinal of women’s 48kg.Babita Kumari lost ... Read More