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  • Ladislaus and Camouflaged impress

    25 July, 2017 9:51 AM 26

    Ladislaus and Camouflaged impressed when the horses were exercised here on Tuesday (July 25) morning. 600m: Shogun (app), Perfect Balance (A.Imran Khan) 38. They moved level freely. 800m: Royal Eclair (T.S. Jodha) 55.5, 600/41.5. Easy. Ladislaus (V. Jodha) 51, 600/38. Moved attractively. Moira (D.A. Naik) 55.5, 600/41. Easy. Gdansk (T. Mahesh) 56, 600/41.5. Easy. Black

  • Prannoy emerging stronger after each injury

    25 July, 2017 4:35 AM 25

    KOCHI: Injuries have played hide and seek with HS Prannoy's career ever since he burst on the badminton circuit by winning a silver medal in Youth Olympics 2010 in Singapore. Just when he works back to prime form, an injury - knee, toe or back - would hamper his comeback bid. Not one to deterred by recurring injuries, Prannoy comes back strong and on Sunday

  • Usain Bolt, Elaine Thompson lead Jamaica's world championships charge

    25 July, 2017 2:49 AM 31

    Usain Bolt will chase his fourth successive 100 metres world title and a fifth consecutive 4x100m relay gold at the August 4-14 meeting, his last international competition. Usain Bolt is among three Olympic champions leading a strong Jamaican team at the athletics world championships in London next month. Bolt will chase his fourth successive 100 metres

  • Hardest thing in crisis is to keep things simple: Mithali Raj

    25 July, 2017 1:56 AM 26

    Indian skipper Mithali Raj says team is gutted after final loss but believes the defeat would be a huge learning curve for the girls KOCHI: Indian women's team captain Mithali Raj knows she will never be able to lay her hands on a World Cup trophy. It was a trophy that seemed within her grasp until the lower-order Indian batting imploded in spectacular

  • Women's cricket: Time to build on the goodwill

    25 July, 2017 1:56 AM 19

    India may have lost in the World Cup final but the women in blue have won over numerous fans BENGALURU: When American Janis Ian wrote the song 'Play like a girl', the Indian women's cricket team was surely not on her mind. For decades, women cricketers in the country have been mocked for daring to play the 'gentleman's game'. The shortened boundaries

  • Manchester United F.C.'s Eric Bailly to miss Super Cup due to three-game ban

    24 July, 2017 6:23 PM 28

    Eric Bailly was shown a straight red card during Manchester United's Europa League semi-final second leg against Celta Vigo at Old Trafford on May 11. Manchester United defender Eric Bailly has been banned for three European matches for violent conduct and will miss next month's UEFA Super Cup clash against Real Madrid, European soccer's governing body said on Monday

  • JP Duminy going home after being dropped

    24 July, 2017 6:09 PM 23

    South Africa's team management said on Monday that Duminy, who had been dropped after the first Test defeat at Lord's, would return home before the third and final Test at The Oval. South African batsman JP Duminy is to return home ahead of the third Test against England in a move that could signal the end of his Test career. South Africa's team management

  • Sun eclipses bitter rival Horton

    24 July, 2017 4:00 PM 21

    Ledecky also wins third world 400m freestyle title China’s Sun Yang destroyed the field to win a hat-trick of men’s 400 metres freestyle titles while American Katie Ledecky reached more milestones in her glittering career as the swimming events got under way at the world aquatics championships on Sunday. Sun posted a world-leading time of three minutes

  • Clymene, Ruffina and House Of Commons excel

    24 July, 2017 10:15 AM 19

    Clymene, Ruffina and House Of Commons excelled when the horses were exercised here on Monday (July 24) morning. 600m: Rider On The Storm (rb) 40. Easy. Smart Choice (rb) 40.5. Easy. Scion (app), Angels Harmony (Vishal) 39.5. They ended level. Hirohama (S.J. Sunil) 38. Moved freely. Victoriana (Jaykumar) 40. Easy. 800m: Morag (Ajinkya), Elysee (V. Jodha)

  • ICC Women's World Cup Final: Mithali Raj Admits Wilting Under Pressure, But Proud Of The Team

    24 July, 2017 2:32 AM 34

    So near and yet so far. Team India was left just nine runs short of lifting the Women's World Cup title against England at the Lord's cricket ground on Sunday. It could have been the first World Cup triumph for the Women in blue, but losing last seven wickets for 28 runs and wilting under pressure in the final halted Mithali Raj and Co's way to bring