Aug 16, 2014

Brawn, brain, gold!

One is a gigantic 6’ 9’’ and the other a slender 5’ 7”. But both Vikas Gowda and Parupalli Kashyap had a common cause and fought relentlessly ...

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Brawn, brain, gold!

One is a gigantic 6’ 9’’ and the other a slender 5’ 7”. But both Vikas Gowda and Parupalli Kashyap had a common cause and fought relentlessly ...

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Mat matters

The Indian freestyle wrestlers take the centre stage, as Sushil Kumar, Yogeshwar Dutt, Amit Kumar and Vinesh prove they are a class apart. By ...

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The Lord’s Titanic sinks in Southampton

Fate smiled fondly on Alastair Cook. Bereft of runs and positive results and with an Ashes thrashing still rankling, the host captain was under ...

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Doing a Kapil!

At a lunch break during the third Test at Southampton’s Ageas Bowl, Gavaskar and Kapil discuss what they did during the break after the Lord’s ...

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He served the game with grace and distinction

Jacques Kallis’ catching in the slips, the measured bowling to deny batsmen scoring opportunities and a perfect approach to scoring runs made ...

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All set for a new season

This year’s English Premier League is going to be full of talking points, rows, fight, controversy and heaven alone knows what else, writes Ted ...

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Where are the centre forwards?

Holland have Robin van Persie, who began the World Cup with a superlative headed goal against Spain but had faded by the end; physical ...

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JACQUES KALLIS