NEW DELHI: Double Olympic medallist badminton ace PV Sindhu and Indian men's hockey team captain Manpreet Singh were on Wednesday named the country's flagbearer for the opening ceremony of the Commonwealth Games to be held Thursday in Birmingham.
BENGALURU: A new sports media and tech startup 'WhatsInTheGame', a Web 3.0 & the Metaverse Sports application that gives news shorts in 60 words or less, schedules, and result cards of global sports, has been launched.
'WhatsInTheGame' has been founded by Anil Kumar Mamidala, EJB Prameela and international badminton player B Sai Praneeth.
MUMBAI: D2C sleep solutions brand SleepyCat has launched a new campaign for its flagship Ultima Mattress, with sports personalities like Nikhat Zareen and Srikanth Kidambi.
Through a series of videos, the campaign highlights the comfort and support functionality of the mattress.
NEW DELHI: IOS Sports and Entertainment have announced the on-boarding of wrestler siblings Geeta and Babita Phogat to their ever-growing sports family.
Hailing from a family of wrestlers, the Phogat sisters, Babita and Geeta have represented India on the world stage.
NEW DELHI: IOS Sports and Entertainment have announced the on-boarding of the young talented badminton player Tasnim Mir into their sporting profile.
The 17-year-old badminton prodigy scripted her name in Indian sports history by becoming the first Indian to clinch the BWF Junior World No.1 ranking in the U-19 category in January.
NEW DELHI: Badminton Association of India secretary Sanjay Mishra has assured players and parents that the association will not tolerate any age-fudging and would take strict action against those found guilty.
NEW DELHI: The Badminton Association of India (BAI) is forming a committee to conduct a thorough investigation into multiple age fraud complaints at two recent sub-junior events and is reportedly looking at imposing a ban of a minimum two years on those found guilty.
June 21: The Badminton World Federation announced at the weekend it will upgrade the India Open to a BWF Super 750 event from its existing Super 500 status and retain Syed Modi International in its World Tour calendar.
The change will come into effect starting the 2023 season.
NEW DELHI: Hosting two BWF international challengers in the country, appointing 30 coaches on its payroll and having a national championships for the under-11 category are some of the key decisions taken by the Badminton Association of India, keeping the 2028 Olympics in mind.