Thursday, January 17, 2019

Vinesh Phogat is the first Indian to be nominated for Laureus World Sports Award

The votes are in and the world’s sports media have selected the highest achieving men, women, and teams over the past calendar year as the Nominees for the 2019 Laureus World Sports Awards, the world’s pre-eminent international sports awards. Wrestler Vinesh...

Twitter a powerful tool for sports institutions to build voices: Aneesh Madani

As social media finds growing relevance in our day-to-day lives, we see it getting constantly intertwined in the fabric of other avenues as well. With sports and the consequent popularity of it being well on the rise in India,...

Mirabai Chanu and Jeremy Lalrinnunga lead Indian weightlifting to new heights

The quadrennial extravaganza that goes by the name Commonwealth Games is an event Indian fans look forward to, as the world’s second most populous country is a dominant force in multiple events. Weightlifting is one of them. India had all the more reason to...

2019 in Indian Sports – Major Events Schedule

The pre-Olympic year is always a big year in sport and 2019 is no different. The year provides sportspersons struggling with form or injury the last opportunity to make any major technique changes or improvements, while athletes playing well...

30 unforgettable moments from Indian Sports in 2018

2018 has been a memorable year for Indian sports. Not only because we have seen our athletes win several medals at the highest level, but also because we have seen a positive approach by them in each and every...

Note from Founders: Thank you for your love and faith in us

What did you do in the last year? Got a new job? Did a certification course? Won an award? Got married? Had a baby? Guess what we did? We made a website. The foundation of The Bridge was laid down long...

Indian hockey in 2018: Year of broken promises

2018 was expected to be a big year for Indian men's hockey team. A year, when the Indian team fulfilled their potential, a year when India would finally announce itself to the world after winning a big tournament for...

Prajnesh, Ankita & Karman shine the most in a below par 2018 for Indian Tennis

From the success of Prajnesh Gunneswaran on men's side and Ankita Raina and Karman Kaur Thandi on the women side to the failure of not winning an ATP doubles title, 2018 was a mixed bag for Indian Tennis fans. The year...

Year In Review: Mary Kom showcases glimpses of her vintage self

Mary Kom ended the year on a high after a successful AIBA Women’s World Championship campaign held in New Delhi. The 35-year-old experienced pugilist improved from strength to strength as the tournament progressed to show her dedication for this...

Year in Review: An exceptional year for Indian Shooting

Few other sports in India can match the achievements of shooting in 2018. In what turned out to be the most successful year for the Indian shooting contingent yet, India dominated the medal tally at Asian Games and Commonwealth...