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Postby Ankit Desai » 12 Sep 2019 07:55

4 World Championships this month:

#Boxing | Sept 7-21
#Wrestling | Sept 14-22 Sep
#Weightlifting | Sept 18-27
#Athletics | Sept 27-Oct 6

-Ankit

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Postby hanumadu » 12 Sep 2019 08:03

India made steady progress from above 150 three years ago to around 100 for the past several months, but it is unable to go up from there.

India should host the foot ball world cup instead of even trying for the olympics. Way more profitable.

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Postby KJo » 12 Sep 2019 09:22

Tennis:
Gunneswaran, Nagal and Ramanathan all playing different Challengers today.

Gunn is at 85. He needs to make a big push to get into Top 50 as time is running out for him. He will be 30 soon.

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Postby tandav » 12 Sep 2019 11:00

tandav wrote:https://www.news18.com/news/football/india-vs-qatar-highlights-fifa-world-cup-2022-qualifiers-2304083.html

India hold Asian champions Qatar to a 0-0 draw and keep alive their World cup Qualification chances. Apparently it was a nail biting match and the score card does not do justice to quality of the play.


A video of highlights is here... match was played in Doha... we have a long way to go in football it appears

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Postby Parasu » 12 Sep 2019 14:10

20 year old Siril Verma beat top seed Daren Liew in the ongoing Vietnam Open. (Badminton)
He has some way to go but he is talented.
Hopefully he will be groomed well.

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Postby Suraj » 12 Sep 2019 14:33

Indian juniors (currently world champions in team sprint and top ranked in sprint and keirin) dominated the Track Asia Cup cycling event, storming their way to top position, pushing back traditional Asian track powers Korea, Japan and Malaysia. Shocking how we have come so far in a sport where we were zerrow even at Asian level, to among the world's best juniors and continental best even at senior level with those juniors.

This is the kind of sporting revelation I love seeing. We've seen China master new sports magically while we spend years having 1-2 good players with no system around them win a few things, while they dominate with a stream of talent generated by a system. Now we have shooting team dominating almost every rifle/pistol world event and 18-20 year old cyclists topping the world junior championships and Asian senior events.


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Postby tandav » 15 Sep 2019 08:51

India U-16 football has been touring and playing club teams (latest is Turkey) and has won 11 in a trot. Don't know the level of competition. But atleast the kids are getting exposure.

https://www.the-aiff.com/news-center-details.htm?id=9916&fbclid=IwAR0H7nMWE4TEt5IeA2fwpouSJloA4oaRqaei1Vst4EEoIETv12fG5psvaOM

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Postby Parasu » 15 Sep 2019 12:09

Lakshya Sen wins Belgium Open Badminton MS.
Saurabh Verma is playing the Vietnam open Badminton final MS today.

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Postby Suraj » 15 Sep 2019 13:51

Saurabh Chaudhry breaks his own world record in the 10m air pistol event in the national championships . Third time he’s done it, having raised it from 245 to 246.3 to 246.8 now . Latest score won’t be an official one though , but he will probably manage to accomplish it again , ideally in the Olympic final ...

He’s the best shooter in the world at 17, with only the OG left among titles to win. He only took up shooting months before the last OG as a 14 year old .

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Postby Rahul M » 15 Sep 2019 13:55

hanumadu wrote:India made steady progress from above 150 three years ago to around 100 for the past several months, but it is unable to go up from there.

India should host the foot ball world cup instead of even trying for the olympics. Way more profitable.

we used to be in the top 100 back in the 90's as well. so this seems to be our 'usual' rank, not the 150's which was an aberration. progress would be if we can break into top 80 in next five years.

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Postby Supratik » 15 Sep 2019 16:00

Sourav Verma wins Vietnam open in badminton.

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Postby sooraj » 18 Sep 2019 17:50

Highlights China Open: Sindhu Breezes Past Li

https://www.hotstar.com/sports/badminto ... 1260010725

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Postby M_Joshi » 18 Sep 2019 19:14

tandav wrote:India U-16 football has been touring and playing club teams (latest is Turkey) and has won 11 in a trot. Don't know the level of competition. But atleast the kids are getting exposure.

https://www.the-aiff.com/news-center-details.htm?id=9916&fbclid=IwAR0H7nMWE4TEt5IeA2fwpouSJloA4oaRqaei1Vst4EEoIETv12fG5psvaOM


India U16 beats Turkmenistan 5-0 in AFC U16 qualifiers. Turkmenistan current rank is 132 just FYI.

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Postby Supratik » 18 Sep 2019 20:22

Vinesh Phogat wins bronze in WC, qualifies for OG.

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Postby Suraj » 18 Sep 2019 21:07

Vinesh Phogat overcame an incredibly hard draw to win bronze in the World Wrestling Championship in the 53kg class. She started out by destroying 6 time world medalist, 2009 champion and 2016 Rio bronze winner Sofia Mattson 11-0 in opening match. Next up she was pitted against reigning world champion and undisputed #1 Mayu Mukaida who proved much too powerful for her, losing 0-7 . But since Mayu made the final, Vinesh made repechage. Here she was up against American champion Sarah Hildebrandt, whom she beat 8-2. Finally, she beat a two time world medalist from Greece to win the bronze. Altogether she beat multiple opponents with almost 10 world/Olympic medals between them.

Meanwhile both Amit Panghal and Manish Kaushik have entered the World Boxing Championship semifinals, so minimum 2 bronzes - first time India is winning multiple world medals in one edition. The overall medal count for the country stood at four bronze medals claimed by Vijender Singh (2009), Vikas Krishan (2011), Shiva Thapa (2015) and Gaurav Bidhuri (2017).

In the TT Asian Championships, India won the 1st Division event and made the Champions Division event, where we lost the quarters to Japan but won against Singapore and now play HK for 5th/6th spots, either of which would be the highest ever position in Asian level , behind the big four (China, Japan, Taiwan, Korea).

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Postby Suraj » 19 Sep 2019 20:26

Bajrang Punia also seals a Tokyo berth in men’s 65kg freestyle at the World Championships in Turkmenistan, where he lost the semifinal in controversial circumstances to the local opponent in a match marred by bribed mat referees.

Perhaps this is a good thing in terms of karma - after previous bronze and silvers Bajrang was heavily favored for gold here, before the Turkmen referees robbed him . He will be furious at Tokyo and hopefully will win gold there .

Ravi Dahiya also clinched a berth in 57kg to Tokyo after the junior had a dream run beating the European champion, the former world champion and losing narrowly in the semifinal to the reigning world champion and #1 from Russia . Both Bajrang and Ravi have one more repechage bout left - if they win that, they pick up bronzes.

Former world champion Mirabai Chanu finished 4th at the world weightlifting championship, lifting 201kg, her personal best and first time over 200kg. Since the winning Chinese and North Koreans are under doping clouds (they came back from recent bans) and only one lifter per country at Olympics, she has a good medal chance at Tokyo. For an idea of the scale of competition, she's in the 49kg class, and has to aggregate >4x her bodyweight in total lift to win a world level medal. Chanu is the 2017 world champion but lost out all of 2018 to a back injury, and is only returning to competition now, in a new weight class (previously 47kg which is no longer an Olympic class).

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Postby M_Joshi » 20 Sep 2019 18:53

M_Joshi wrote:
tandav wrote:India U-16 football has been touring and playing club teams (latest is Turkey) and has won 11 in a trot. Don't know the level of competition. But atleast the kids are getting exposure.

https://www.the-aiff.com/news-center-details.htm?id=9916&fbclid=IwAR0H7nMWE4TEt5IeA2fwpouSJloA4oaRqaei1Vst4EEoIETv12fG5psvaOM


India U16 beats Turkmenistan 5-0 in AFC U16 qualifiers. Turkmenistan current rank is 132 just FYI.


India U16 boys beat Bahrain 5-0. Bahrain's rank is 105, which is similar to India's. India has qualified for 2020 U16 AFC Finals.

This was India's performance in 2017 edition :
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Postby Suraj » 20 Sep 2019 20:17

Both Bajrang Punia and Ravi Dahiya won bronzes as India finished with 3 bronzes from the World Wrestling Championship. A better performance than expected in some ways (only 2 medals were expected) but worse in others - Bajrang was robbed of what would have been a likely first world level gold for him.

Amit Panghal becomes the first Indian ever to make the final of the world boxing championship in 52kg . Manish Kaushik lost his semifinal to the reigning champion . Twin medals is already the best ever performance, and silver or gold will be unprecedented. Panghal will take on the reigning Olympic champion from Uzbekistan in the final.

16-year old Jeremy Lalruninga did well to equal his world junior record performance despite having a bad day at the senior 2019 world championship. He's lifting almost 300kg now, and world medal level is 330kg. He flubbed all his higher weight lifts, which would have gotten him to 310kg+ had he succeeded. He's still very young, but has the ability to become the next Indian world level lifter after Mirabai, considering he now equals his personal record with just his first lift. At 16 he already lifts FAR more than Commonwealth senior standard (CWG2018 gold was <290kg). Too young to be a medal contender at Tokyo 2020 but there's a future World/Olympic medal waiting for his name on it.

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Postby Suraj » 21 Sep 2019 21:01

Amit Panghal lost in the final of the world boxing championship but still became the first ever Indian to make the title round .

In wrestling, world junior champion Deepak Punia made the final of the 86kg in the world championship , and will take on the legendary Hassan Yazdani - the world, Olympic and Asian champion . Deepak also books his Tokyo ticket in the process . If he wins tomorrow, he would accomplish the stunning feat of becoming junior and senior world champion within 3 months of each other. The last Indian senior world champion was Sushil Kumar in 2010.

One more potential medal in wrestling 61kg where Rahul Aware lost the semifinal and will fight repechage . This is not an Olympic weight category though . Aware moved up weights after Ravi Dahiya pushed him out in the selection trials. With four medals for certain and a potential 5th, this is easily India’s best ever performance in the world wrestling championship .

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Postby M_Joshi » 22 Sep 2019 20:07

Final match of AFC U16 qualifiers India draws with Uzbekistan 1-1 & moves to the finals of AFC U16 cup next year by topping the group with best ever performance in qualifiers. Uzbekistan FIFA rank is 88 & ELO rank is 61 FYI.

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Postby Suraj » 22 Sep 2019 21:43

Deepak Punia was injured in prior matches and declared unfit to fight the final, and thus settled for silver. He sustained an eye injury against the Kazakh in the quarters, a bitterly fought match where the local was fighting dirty and lost points for rough play, with Punia winning in the dying seconds. He also injured his ankle in the semifinal. Bummer, but he would really have had to be at full strength to take on Yazdani. He only just turned 20 and is the reigning world junior champion and potential world/Olympic senior champion in future, having made the final in his very first senior WC.

Rahul Aware also capped off the event with a bronze, so that India finished with 5 medals - a silver and 4 bronzes, easily the best ever world championship performance in wrestling. Four of the five medals came in Olympic categories where India won quotas. Having nailed down spots, the players can now focus fully on peaking at Tokyo 2020, instead of chasing qualification.

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Postby Suraj » 25 Sep 2019 05:09

What was advocated here on this thread many moons ago during CWG2018 finds resonance within Indian Olympic Association now:
CWG waste of time, India should withdraw altogether: IOA president
Claiming that they are no longer relevant, Indian Olympic Association (IOA) president Narinder Batra has called for the country to withdraw altogether from the Commonwealth Games rather than boycotting a one-off edition. Batra added that India should instead focus on taking part in international events where the level of competition is high to improve its standing at the Olympics.

Batra said he will put up this proposal at the IOA executive board meeting, which is likely to be held next month. If the members approve, the Olympic body will take it up with the government and subsequently the Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF) president, when she visits the country in November.

“These Games have no standard. For me, these are a waste of time and money. We win 70 medals, 100 medals at the Commonwealth Games while at the Olympics, we get stuck at two (medals),” Batra told The Indian Express, referring to India’s tally in Rio. “That means the level of competition isn’t high at CWG. It’s not a ranking tournament either. So why waste time? We should rather go to better competitions and prepare for the Olympics.”

He's right - unlike in AG in many events, performances in CWG doesn't even offer qualification towards OG or World Championships. Even in swimming, the AG standard is at or near world standard. The reason stated on this thread was exactly the same.

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https://sports.ndtv.com/india-vs-south- ... eststories
I suppose all strength used to carry the big head of his :rotfl: :rotfl:

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Postby Parasu » 27 Sep 2019 21:12

P Kashyap reached the semi final of the Korean Open. Will play against Momota tomorrow.

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Postby Suraj » 29 Sep 2019 00:29

4x400 mixed team makes the world athletics championship final, and qualify for Tokyo 2020 in the process . They’re unlikely to medal using the current quartet but are capable of improving once injured folks like Hima Das return .

No other medal prospects . Neeraj Chopra is still recovering from elbow surgery in April and is not participating .

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Postby KJo » 29 Sep 2019 02:19

Sumit Nagal in the Final and Buenos Aires Challenger tennis. Just beat a Brazilian ranked just outside Top 100 with a score 6-0, 6-1 :D

Final is tomorrow. Opponent ranked lower.

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KJo wrote:Sumit Nagal in the Final and Buenos Aires Challenger tennis. Just beat a Brazilian ranked just outside Top 100 with a score 6-0, 6-1 :D

Final is tomorrow. Opponent ranked lower.


https://www.indiatoday.in/sports/tennis/story/sumit-nagal-wins-atp-challenger-tournament-in-buenos-aires-after-beating-facundo-bognis-in-final-1604591-2019-09-29

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Postby Najunamar » 02 Oct 2019 01:04

https://www.google.com/url?sa=i&source= ... 3597123420

Looks like our hockey team is going great guns in Belgium against Belgium and Spain. Surprised by the lack of any updates here...

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Postby KJo » 02 Oct 2019 01:15

tandav wrote:
KJo wrote:Sumit Nagal in the Final and Buenos Aires Challenger tennis. Just beat a Brazilian ranked just outside Top 100 with a score 6-0, 6-1 :D

Final is tomorrow. Opponent ranked lower.


https://www.indiatoday.in/sports/tennis/story/sumit-nagal-wins-atp-challenger-tournament-in-buenos-aires-after-beating-facundo-bognis-in-final-1604591-2019-09-29


Yes Nagal wins a Challenger and is up to rank 135.

Ramanathan is a big disappointment. He lost again, this time to Robrido.

Nagal playing tomorrow in another Challenger. He is new tennis hope for India. I am afraid Gunneswaran turning 30 won't get into the top 50.

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Postby Suraj » 02 Oct 2019 02:18

Najunamar wrote:https://www.google.com/url?sa=i&source=web&cd=&ved=2ahUKEwij06-o4vvkAhWRCjQIHe-ZB2kQzPwBegQIARAC&url=https%3A%2F%2Ftimesofindia.indiatimes.com%2Fsports%2Fhockey%2Ftop-stories%2Fbelgium-tour-indian-mens-hockey-team-registers-fourth-consecutive-win%2Farticleshow%2F71396002.cms&psig=AOvVaw3KAusehOxVZkp7jjyAdrgK&ust=1570043597123420

Looks like our hockey team is going great guns in Belgium against Belgium and Spain. Surprised by the lack of any updates here...

Probably because they made a royal mess of the Asian Games campaign after blowing away everyone in the group stage, and unless they qualify for Tokyo 2020, results in friendlies mean little.

The 10th ranked women's side merits greater mention, having twice held #5 England to draws while on tour.

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Postby hanumadu » 02 Oct 2019 03:39

Ramanathan went back to two handed back hand, but he is still serve and volleying. Strange combination. He seems to be a good volleyer though. He is not bad with ground strokes either. May be he lacks consistency.

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Postby SBajwa » 03 Oct 2019 01:41

Sr. Hockey Team (Men) in Belgium results

Thursday 9/26/2019
Belgium 0 India 2

Saturday 9/28/2019
Spain 1 India 6

Sunday 9/29/2019
Spain 1 India 5

Tuesday 10/1/2019
Belgium 1 India 2

Thursday 10/3/2019
Belgium Vs India tomorrow. last match.

Sr. Hockey Team (Women) in Britain

Friday 9/27/2019
GBR 1 India 2

Sunday 9/29/2019
GBR 1 India 1

Tuesday 10/1/2019
GBR 0 India 0

Wednesday 10/2/2019
GBR 3 India 1

Friday 10/4/2019

Last match

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Postby KJo » 03 Oct 2019 01:53

Nagal @135 is playing a Challenger in Brazil. If he wins it, it will move him to 115.

https://www.essentiallysports.com/india ... t-success/

Indian Tennis Player Sumit Nagal Disappointed With ‘No Support’ After Recent Success

Indian next-generation star Sumit Nagal claimed the ATP Buenos Aires Challenger event and become the first Indian to triumph on South American clay on Sunday after defeating Facundo Bagnis 6-4, 6-2 in the finals.

Recently, Sumit Nagal managed to enter a lot of undiscovered territories in Indian tennis. He became the first Indian to take a set off Roger Federer in the first round of the US Open 2019. He also reached two finals of the challenger events. However, Nagal believes that he is still not getting support as people are just ‘walking away’ when he needs support


However, the shortfall of monetary funds meant that he neither had the support of his coach nor the physio, who could help him recover from the grueling matches on the Argentinian clay as he suggested that it is too costly to travel with a coach.

“I was all alone here. No one was with me to help out. I couldn’t have my coach(Sascha Nensel) and trainer(Milos Galecic) traveling with me, as it’s tough to travel with a coach all the time, as it costs a lot,” Nagal said.

One way, it has been great that I have been playing good tennis but it’s not easy to do it and I’m really sad,” Nagal told PTI in Buenos Aires.

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Postby SBajwa » 10 Oct 2019 19:21

Mary Kom, Manju Rani and Boro in Semi finals of the boxing championship. Each assured a bronze medal at least.

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Postby Suraj » 10 Oct 2019 22:09

There are actually four Indian semifinalists and thus assured medals, in the 2019 AIBA women's boxing world championship -
Manju Rani in light fly
Mary Kom in fly
Jamuna Boro in bantam
Lovlina Borgohain in welter

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Postby SBajwa » 12 Oct 2019 19:37

Mary Kom loses and gets bronze. Manju Rani in finals

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Postby Parasu » 12 Oct 2019 21:59

Lakshya Sen has reached the final of Dutch Open.

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Postby saip » 12 Oct 2019 23:46

Yesterday I watched the India-SF test being played at Pune (before lunch). I am surprised that the stadium seems to be practically empty. Is this a screw up (I read some comments that more people are waitinng to get in than those who are in the stadium) or is this the present day reality?

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Postby Rahul M » 12 Oct 2019 23:52

there are 3-4 grounds that get decent test match crowd -- mumbai, b'luru, chennai & kolkata. but bcci in its wisdom allots tests to all grounds which get crowd in the 100's. it's terrible for cricket.


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