Ritu Phogat and her dream of becoming the No. 1 Indian female boxer (Part 2)

Let’s continue the great story about Ritu Phogat and her dream of becoming the No. 1 Indian female boxer! Starting with many hardships Although having a wrestling background and a respectable record is an advantage, however, it’s undeniable that just getting acquainted with the complexity of the new subject just a few months is a […]

Indian coach at the Asian Cup: ‘We exchanged blood, sweat, tears to come here’

Share with the press, not only the players but even the Indian coach Stephen Constantine could not hide his emotions after the historic victory over Thailand. “The Asian Cup made us very excited. The whole team had to exchange blood, sweat and tears to be able to come here. Of course, the encounter with the […]

Indian football – such a forgotten giant (Part 2)

Chhetri is currently India’s highest level player. He made his way into the reserve team of Portuguese club Sporting Lisbon (where Cristiano Ronaldo was born) in July 2012, in the “biggest transfer of Indian football history”, according to commentator Arunava Chaudhuri. Another motivation for Indian sport comes from history. To defeat the British Indian fans […]

Indian football – such a forgotten giant (Part 1)

If the future of Indian football lies on the feet of the prodigies, then the prodigies are dreaming on the foreign turf, not in their homeland. Problems inherent in the past four decades have dragged a nation from 149 to 209 on FIFA’s rankings, prompting FIFA President Sepp Blatter to call Indian football a “sleeping […]

After the Commonwealth Games, India has high expectations for the sport industry (Part 2)

It is a clear fact that sports powers like the US, China and Russia is not at CWG, while in Asia are China, Japan and South Korea. The second is that at CWG, there are only Australia and England, although England ranked 2nd on the medal rankings at the 2016 Olympics. In other words, India’s […]

After the Commonwealth Games, India has high expectations for the sport industry (Part 1)

The Commonwealth Games is not a measure Medal rain is rarely heard about Indian sports in international tournaments. However, this is the achievement that the second most populous country in the world achieved at the 2018 Commonwealth Games (CWG) in Carrara, Australia last April. With 66 medals won, including 26 gold medals, 20 silver medals […]