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SPORTS - October 2021

Oct 2021

Jun 19, 2024

New Zealand's Kane Williamson Steps Down from Captaincy Role

  • New Zealand cricket team skipper Kane Williamson stepped down from his role with immediate effect after his side exited the T20 World Cup 2024 in the group stage. Williamson, regarded as one of the greatest players in the New Zealand men's cricket history also denied a central contract for the 2024-25 season. New Zealand lost to Afghanistan and co-hosts West Indies in the group stage of the T20 World Cup which saw them pack their bags early from the competition.

Neeraj Chopra Strikes Gold at Paavo Nurmi Games 2024

  • Olympic champion Neeraj Chopra once again prove why he is considered one of the best in the world, clinching the gold medal in men's javelin throw at the prestigious Paavo Nurmi Games 2024 in Turku, Finland. With a commanding throw of 85.97 meters, Chopra not only secured the top podium spot but also delivered a performance that solidified his status as a frontrunner for the upcoming Paris Olympics.

Arjun Erigaisi Wins Stepan Avagyan Memorial 2024

  • India's highest-rated chess player GM Arjun Erigaisi dominated the 10-player field and won the Stepan Avagyan Memorial 2024 in Jermuk, Armenia, with a round to spare.
  • Arjun beat Russia's Volodar Murzin with white pieces in 63 moves and ended the penultimate round (eight) with six points, a full 1.5 points ahead of the three-player deadlock on second position with 4.5 points.

Jun 18, 2024

Paavo Nurmi Games: Fitness Test for Neeraj Chopra with German Wonderkid Max Dehning in Fray

  • Neeraj Chopra after taking a precautionary break due to a strain in his adductor, the Olympic champion returned to competition at the 2024 Paavo Nurmi Games in Turku, Finland. This is Neeraj's third event of 2024 as he rebuilds his form and fitness ahead of the all-important title defence at the Paris Olympics.
  • Neeraj will be up against a properly stacked field that looks like:
  • Max Dehning: The teenage German sensation who recently became the youngest to cross the coveted 90m mark.
  • Arshad Nadeem: Neeraj's good friend and his strongest rival in Asia. Neeraj had beaten Nadeem at the 2023 Worlds and the Pakistani thrower, who has also gone past the 90m mark, is making a comeback from a knee injury.
  • Anderson Peters: Two-time world champion, hungry to find form after a poor season in 2023. He's already got an 86.62m throw under his belt this season.
  • Oliver Helander: The local favourite, Helander will look to win the title at home for the second time in three years. He'd beaten Neeraj to the trophy in 2022.

Gudakes Motie and Chamari Athapaththu ICC Players of the Month for May

  • The International Cricket Council (ICC) named Gudakesh Motie of the West Indies as the ICC Men's Player of the Month for May 2024. The left-arm spinner played a pivotal role in the West Indies' impressive series win over touring South Africa, providing a promising build-up to the ICC Men's T20 World Cup 2024.
  • In the women's category, Chamari Athapaththu of Sri Lanka was named the ICC Women's Player of the Month for May 2024. The Sri Lankan captain's outstanding performances propelled her team to qualify for the ICC Women's T20 World Cup 2024 in Bangladesh later this year (2024).

Estonia's Sahil Chauhan Scores Fastest Century in T20Is

  • Estonia's Sahil Chauhan smashed the fastest century in T20Is, off just 27 balls, breaking Namibia batter Jan Nicol Loftie-Eaton record of 33 balls.
  • Chauhan smashed 144 not out in 41 balls, hitting 18 sixes and six fours against Cyprus on Monday (June 17). His 27-ball ton is also the fastest in all T20s - going past Chris Gayle's 30-ball hundred for Royal Challengers Bengaluru vs Pune Warriors India in Indian Premier League (IPL) 2013.
  • Chahan's 18 sixes is also the most by an individual in a men's T20I, surpassing Afghanistan's Hazratullah Zazai's 16 sixes against Ireland in 2019.

Jayson Tatum Leads Boston Celtics to Clinch Record-breaking 18th NBA Title

  • Boston Celtics clinched a record-breaking 18th NBA Championship after they beat the Dallas Mavericks 4-1 in the best-of-seven finals. The win now sees them stand on top with the most titles in the NBA history having leapfrogged arch-rivals Los Angeles Lakers. Jayson Tatum was the hero of the hour for Celtics having produced a 31-point display in the fifth round of finals to lead his side to the title. The cruising win came just four days after the Mavericks had won in a 38-point drubbing in game four.

Jun 17, 2024

Lovlina Borgohain Loses to Li Qian, Clinches Silver in Grand Prix

  • Tokyo Olympics bronze medallist boxer Lovlina Borgohain lost to China's Li Qian to settle for the silver medal in the women's 75kg contest at the Grand Prix Usti nad Labem in the Czech Republic. The Paris Olympics-bound Borgohain lost by a 2-3 split verdict against the reigning Asian Games champion. Qian, who is a two-time Olympics medallist and has a three World Championships medals, had defeated Borgohain in the summit clash of the Asian Games last year.
  • Ganemat Sekhon, Sheeraz Sheikh and Anantjeet Singh Naruka stayed in the hunt for medals after the fourth and penultimate round of qualification at the ongoing ISSF Shotgun World Cup in Lonato, Italy. Ganemat shot rounds of 25 and 23 for a two-day total of 95 (25,22,25,23), which put her in ninth spot in women's skeet. In men's skeet, both Sheeraz and Anantjeet have tallied 97 after four rounds and are just two hits off the pace.

England Faces Serbia at Euro 2024 in Group C Opener as Three Lions Aim to End 58 Years of Hurt

England is among the favourites to win the European Championship and end its long wait for a first major trophy since the 1966 World Cup. Gareth Southgate's team begins its campaign against Serbia in Group C.

Olympics Qualifier: Bhajan Kaur Seals Paris Quota with Gold

  • Bhajan Kaur clinched India an Olympics quota in style, winning a gold medal at the 'Archery in Paris Final Olympic Qualifier'. The inexperienced Bhajan grabbed the limelight by stunning top seed Mobina Fallah of Iran without dropping a set to clinch the women's individual recurve gold. The third seed showed exceptional shooting to go all the way, winning 6-2 (28-26, 29-29, 29-26, 29-29) in a one-sided final.
  • Her teammate Ankita Bhakat made a quarterfinal exit, but she also secured an Olympics quota by virtue of that last-eight entry. The individual quotas are allotted to the top-eight nations. Each country gets one individual quota. India thus have secured individual quotas in both men's and women's sections. Dhiraj Bommadevara had secured the men's individual quota from the Asian qualifying leg earlier.

Jun 16, 2024

Ariarne Titmus Sets World Record in Women's 200m Freestyle

  • Ariarne Titmus set a world record in the women's 200-meter freestyle at Australia's Olympic swimming trials.
  • Titmus finished in 1 minute, 52.23 seconds in the final, taking almost two-thirds of a second off Mollie O'Callaghan's world mark of 1:52.85 set at last year's (2023) world championships.
  • Titmus, the Olympic champion in the 200- and 400-meter freestyle events, now holds the world records in both events.

Jun 15, 2024

Tata Communications Secures Five-Year Broadcasting Deal with World Athletics

  • Tata Communications finalized a significant five-year agreement with World Athletics to provide broadcasting services, enhancing global coverage of premier events starting from the Tokyo World Championships. This partnership marks Tata Communications as a pivotal supplier, committed to innovation and audience engagement.

UEFA Euro 2024: Full Schedule, Groups, Dates, and Venues

  • The 2024 edition of the European Championship started with 24 teams vying the title in Germany from June 14 and conclude on July 14, 2024. The opening match of the contest saw Germany lock horns with Scotland.
  • The 24 teams are divided into 6 groups. The Championship is being held across 10 venues.
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