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India sends largest contingent for Fazza Para-Badminton International

The crème de la crème of Para-badminton including the World No. 1s are in action this week at the 2ndFazza Dubai Para-Badminton International Championship that started at the Shabab Al-Ahli Club on 2nd April. The competition, also the second event to serve as the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic qualifier, has an entry field of 280 players from 39 countries, double the...

Six swimmers, five para-badminton players included in TOPS

TThe Sports Authority of India’s Mission Olympic Cell has selected five para-badminton players, for inclusion in the Target Olympic Podium Scheme (TOPS) for Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games. Six swimmers have been selected for the Developmental Group for Olympic 2024. The Target Olympic Podium Scheme is a flagship program of the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports which is a scheme...

Shooting: Mehuli Ghosh misses out as ISSF World Cup team announced

The Indian capital is all set to host the ISSF Shooting World Cup in February, the first of four World Cups to be held throughout the year and also the first to offer quota places for qualification to the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. The National Rifle Association of India (NRAI) announced the Indian team for the upcoming tournament. Heena Sidhu and...

Indian parabadminton squad look to quell controversies with eyes on the prize

The Para-Badminton competition looks set to be one of the most hotly contested at the Indonesia 2018 Asian Para Games, with 17 of the 21 World Champions from the 2017 BWF Para-Badminton World Championships competing. A total of 157 athletes from 19 countries will vie for 19 medals over eight days of competition at the Istora venue, part of the Gelora Bung...

India assured three medals at the 2017 Para-Badminton Championships

Indian duo of Ruhi Satish Shingade and Raja Magotra stormed into the semi-finals at the on-going Para-Badminton Championships in the XD SS6 category to seal India's first podium finish.They got the better of Luke Missen and Kobie Jane Donovan in a two-set encounter with scores of 21-15, 21-9 in Ulsan, South Korea. they are likely to face Andrew Martin and Rachel...