Hockey World Cup- India Gears Up For Glory
Hosts India will have to play out of their skins to win their second Hockey Men’s World Cup title.
Beating The Odds, Twice Over
Mary Kom’s decision to launch her own boxing academy was as daunting as her road to becoming a six-time world champion.
Still A Month Shy Of Turning 21, Indian Athletics’ Poster Boy Neeraj Chopra Is Setting His Sights On A Medal On The Biggest Stage Of Them All: The 2020 Olympics In Tokyo.
Alexander Zverev did not impress at Grand Slams this year but in a tournament that featured the eight best pros, he came up trumps.
By clinching the World Championship title for the fifth time, Marc Marquez has begun his ascent towards becoming a motorcycle racing legend.
Racing In Nature's Lap
Arunachal Pradesh hosted the Indian National Rally Championship’s third leg on a national highway, a first in the history of rally racing.
Nearly five years after stepping down (he did not retire) as NBA commissioner, DAVID STERN has no time for war stories. The reticent icon is busy crafting a second act that could impact the future of the game.
Marin Shuttles Back ‘Home'
Pune gifted the world badminton. Now, they are ready to embrace the World Champion.
India’s 1975 World Cup-winning hockey team’s captain revisits his team’s path to glory in Kuala Lumpur.
Action With A Twist
New trends have emerged at the half-way stage of season VI of the Pro Kabaddi league.
Time To Rebuild
In Case Pro Sports Doesn’t Work Out—And Even If It Does—Players Are Redefining Their Careers With Various Side Gigs
On The Marc
Australian Marc Leishman clinches his fourth PGA Tour title at the $7 million CIMB Classic in Kuala Lumpur with an emphatic ve-stroke margin
Taking A Knee
Four-Time Olympic Champion Sanya Richardsross On Her First Brush With Racism And Why She Supports Social Rights Crusader Colin Kaepernick
Inside The Underbelly
An investigation into international dealings of baseball has lessons for sport around the world
Pro Kabaddi League’s emerging talents have tempered the disappointment of India’s Asian Games campaign
IN THE NEVER-ENDING discussion over the relative merits of the Warriors’ dominance, former commissioner David Stern offers up a dismissive take saying, “I don’t believe in the debate about superteams because when I started there were two superteams: the Celtics and the Lakers.”
Beyond The Pitch
Skipper Harmanpreet Kaur believes exalted fitness levels —be it physical or mental—are key to success in this month’s ICC Women’s World T20
Welshwoman Becky Morgan Wins The Hero Women’s Indian Open To End An 18-Year Wait For Her First Pro Title
Australia have never been this vulnerable in recent times. But India skipper Virat Kohli is likely to shy away from declaring Australia their ‘final frontier’
A Brand New Look - Kalinga Stadium
The world-class venue is all set to host the Odisha Hockey Men’s World Cup Bhubaneswar 2018.
Do Virat Kohli's Captaincy Skills Call For A DRS?
No doubt Virat Kohli is the best batsman to have emerged from India in recent years. He is a lion among kittens, Atlas shouldering the weight of India's batting. But, as a captain overseas, he has a long way to go.
Novak Djokovic Has Proved His Mettle Yet Again
Sport can be cruel and unforgiving, but it is also humbling. Over the years, many great athletes have succumbed to the various forces in playmost of which, if not all, are not under their controland while some could never reclaim their past glory, others showed why they really can never be counted out. Novak Djokovic is one of them
The Next Level
Bachpan ka khel hai, Bachchon ka nahi! proclaims the Season 6 promo of Pro Kabaddi. It shows how the Leagues biggest namesPardeep Narwal, Rahul Choudhari, Deepak Hooda, Rishank Devadiga, Anup Kumar and Monu Goyathave prepared for the physical rigours of the sport. Running, squatting, lifting weights, swimming: exertion and breathless action. The message is clearits a game of alpha athletes
Badminton's Wonder Woman
Three-time world champion Carolina Marin talks about her favourite football clubBarcelona and her strikingly similar personality traits with tennis World No. 1 Rafael Nadal.
No longer draining daggers for the Lakers, Kobe Bryantthe self-styled BlackMambais now an entertainment mogul with a friendlier mission: transporting kids to magical worlds.
The Unbelievable Landmark
Kenyas Eliud Kipchoge paves the way for breaching the two-hour barrier in marathons.
A Matter Of Transparency
Year after year, the Arjuna and Khel Ratna Awards seem to be marred by controversy.
On A Greener Turf
South African bowling great, Shaun Pollock, feels there’s no need to fret over the future of Proteas’ attack.
Along the banks of the Panchganga river lies a city that has given India enough reasons to be proud of. No, not just black pepper but wrestling too has put Kolhapur on the Indian map. One of the pioneers in the art of wrestling in India, it has its own stories.
Master Of The Mind Game
Viswanathan Anand is arguably India’s greatest sports icon. The former World No. 1 has been a dominant figure on the chequered board for three decades. And the Grandmaster’s accomplishments have inspired a new generation of youngsters to take up chess. But what’s on his mind?