India has just digested its best ever performance at the Olympics and there’s more medals coming our way, this time from the Paralympics.
India won the Under 19 Cricket World Cup for the third time as captain Unmukt Chand saved his best for last, coming up with a crucial, unbeaten, spectacular ton in the final against Australia today.
World renowned cyclist Lance Armstrong is facing his professional life’s biggest ordeal - the loss of seven Tour de France titles and his championship legacy after ending his fight against charges of illegal doping.
The South African cricket team has dethroned the English cricket team as the number one test cricketing side after clinching a 2-0 series victory over the British.
Barcelona’s best Lionel Messi and Andres Iniesta along with Real Madrid’s Cristiano Ronaldo have been shortlisted for the 2011-2012 UEFA Best Player in Europe Award.
Indian ace boxer Vijender Singh failed to repeat his Beijing Olympics performance as he lost to two-time World champion Abbos Atoev of Uzbekistan in the quarterfinals of the boxing event at the London Olympics in the middleweight section.
Saina Nehwal lost in semis to the top-seeded Yihan Wang of China in the women's singles semi-final of the Olympic Games.
France's Jo-Wilfried Tsonga finally beat Canadian Milos Raonic 6-3, 3-6, 25-23 in the longest three-set match in Olympic tennis history. With this win Tsonga entered the round of 16.
It was an exciting day for India as Gagan Narang shot the bronze medal in men’s 10m air rifle on the fourth day of the Olympics.
Along with Indian contingent, an intruder was found walking at the opening ceremony march past of the London Olympic games. The gate-crasher was later identified as Madhura Nagendra, a postgraduate student from Bangalore.
Brigadier P K Muralidharan Raja has been named as the acting Chef-de-Mission of the Indian contingent for the London Olympic Games because of the ill health of Ajitpal Singh who was to do the honours.
A total of nine athletes, including Olympic bronze medalist Nataliya Tobias, have tested positive for "sophisticated doping" offenses as confirmed by the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF).
Saudi Arabia will create history at this year’s Olympics by sending two female athletes for the very first time at the London Games.
Roger Federer defeated Andy Murray in four sets in the 2012 Wimbledon Final and regained the world number-one ranking in the process.
On9th July 2012, the Indo-Russian pair, Leander Paes and Elena Vesnina lost the finals of the prestigious Wimbledon Championship at the mixed doubles event.