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Athletics: Thompson-Herah posts second-fastest 100m everRediff.com22 Aug 2021
Periault and Duffy were running shoulder to shoulder but the Frenchwoman pulled away from the Bermudan on the third lap of the run.
Bayern's Win: Did you know?Rediff.com24 Aug 2020
Bayern Munich won its sixth Champions League crown in Lisbon on Sunday night.
Elite athletes must respect distancing in trainingRediff.com14 May 2020
The government has said elite sport in England cannot return until at least June 1 and will have to take place without spectators present.
Why athletes MUST put health before OlympicsRediff.com28 Apr 2020
The Olympics postponement must have hit some athletes hard, particularly those who looked at Tokyo as their swansong. But athletes must prioritise their health and family's well-being over competing at the Tokyo Olympics
Cricket Buzz: Security delegation from Sri Lanka to visit PakistanRediff.com3 Aug 2019
Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Chairman Ehsan Mani said that the Sri Lankan delegation will visit the grounds and hotels where the teams will stay in Karachi, Lahore, and Islamabad besides meeting the board, police and security officials.
Cricket Buzz: NZ name spin quartet for Sri Lanka tourRediff.com29 Jul 2019
With this win, Australia have now gained a 12-2 lead in the series. The team had already secured the Ashes in the first T20I.
Sammy welcomes disgraced Aussie Smith for Canada T20 leagueRediff.com12 Jun 2018
Smith's career was thrown into turmoil in March for his role in the incident that took place in South Africa and earned the former Australia captain a 12-month ban from national and state teams. However, the suspension does not extend to domestic tournaments outside his home nation.
Smith to return to cricket in Canada T20 leagueRediff.com25 May 2018
Former Australia captain Steve Smith will return to cricket after the ball-tampering scandal as a marquee player at next month's Global T20 Canada league.
All you must know about Gold Coast CWGRediff.com2 Apr 2018
Facts on the Commonwealth Games to be held in Australia's Gold Coast:
Satwik, Chirag eye history and medal at debut CWGRediff.com21 Mar 2018
At 17 and 20 respectively, Satwik and Chirag form a formidable pair that has proved its mettle in international badminton, often punching above their weight, only to fall short of podium finishes.
Football Briefs: 'Bale will get valuable playing time in China'Rediff.com16 Mar 2018
News of all that's transpired on and off the football field
Davis Cup: Spain to host Britain; India gets bye in first roundRediff.com21 Sep 2017
Five-times Davis Cup champions Spain will host Britain in the first round of the 2018 competition.
Davis Cup: Yuki scores consolation win after Ramkumar losesRediff.com18 Sep 2017
India was left to battle it out in the Asian zone yet again after Ramkumar Ramanathan's defeat in the must-win fourth rubber of the Davis Cup match against Canada's Denis Shapovalov in Edmonton, on Sunday.
Davis Cup: Bopanna-Raja lose as India's hopes sufferRediff.com17 Sep 2017
India's World Group hopes suffered a huge setback as Rohan Bopanna and Purav Raja lost the crucial doubles rubber to hand Canada a 2-1 lead in the Davis Cup Play-off tie, in Edmonton, on Sunday.
Davis Cup: India, Canada locked 1-1 after Day 1Rediff.com16 Sep 2017
Ramkumar Ramanathan fetched the crucial win but Yuki Bhambri made the day memorable even in defeat as India and Canada shared the honours on day one of the Davis Cup World Group Play-off tie, in Edmonton.
Davis Cup: A challenge in store for Bhupathi-led India against Canada on Day 1Rediff.com15 Sep 2017
Ramkumar to play opening singles tie against Schnur, Yuki takes on Shapovalov on day 1
Davis Cup: Young blood to the fore as India take on CanadaRediff.com14 Sep 2017
Shapovalov made the world take note of him with his shock win over Rafael Nadal at the Montreal Masters. He then became the youngest player to reach the fourth round of the US Open, only his second Grand Slam, last week.
5 reasons why India stand better chance to make World Group in Davis CupRediff.com13 Sep 2017
Zeeshan Ali said Indian players are expected to do well in the World Group Play-off tie
Davis Cup: Bhupathi confident while Shapovalov and Co await IndiaRediff.com12 Sep 2017
'The boys have hit a lot of balls and are feeling good, so we are looking forward to the weekend' The Indian team, which had a week-long training camp in New York before reaching Edmonton, is set to make a fourth consecutive attempt to qualify for the elite World Group.
Davis Cup: Shapovalov leads Canada's challenge vs IndiaRediff.com5 Sep 2017
Canada named rising star and world number 69 Denis Shapovalov in its squad to take on India in the upcoming Davis Cup World Group Play-off tie, scheduled in Edmonton from September 15.
India's last hope, Ramkumar ousted from US Open qualifiersRediff.com25 Aug 2017
Ramkumar, who recently created ripples by scalping top-10 player Dominic Thiem, lost 3-6, 7-6(5), 2-6 to Mahut in two hours and 29 minutes.
Paes dropped; Bhambri, Myneni back in Davis Cup squadRediff.com14 Aug 2017
Top singles player Yuki Bhambri on Monday returned to the Indian Davis Cup team along with Saketh Myneni even as veteran Leander Paes was expectedly dropped from the squad for the tie against Canada next month.
Will Paes be considered for Davis Cup tie vs Canada?Rediff.com13 Aug 2017
Bopanna being the highest-ranked doubles player in the country is automatic choice for the doubles rubber.
Here's why the Amritraj brothers are disappointedRediff.com21 Jul 2017
Shifting of India's only ATP event from Chennai to Pune after 21 years has disappointed the Amritraj brothers.
Gurudwara in Canada vandalised with 'racist' graffitiRediff.com25 Dec 2016
The graffiti was visible around six locations in and around the building of the gurudwara situated in 81st Street in Calgary city of Alberta province.
Poll: Should employers decide what you wear to work?Rediff.com4 Jul 2016
Who decides what's appropriate or not? Take the poll and let us what you feel.
Canadian wildfires grow tenfold; rescuers pray for rainRediff.com6 May 2016
In little over 24 hours, the wildfires, which erupted on Sunday and forced the evacuation of about 80,000 people from Fort McMurray in the Canadian province of Alberta, have grown tenfold.
Over 80,000 evacuated as 'nasty' Canadian wildfire consumes entire cityRediff.com5 May 2016
A rapidly moving wildfire forced the evacuation of about 80,000 people from a Canadian city on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Soldier, cancer survivor, former terrorist: Facts about Canada PM's new cabinetRediff.com5 Nov 2015
Canada's new Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has named a young and ethnically diverse cabinet, with a ministerial team that for the first time in the country's history is equally balanced between men and women.
Wipro to provide 35,000 books to needy children in N AmericaRediff.com9 Oct 2015
The funds raised by employees were matched by an equal contribution from Wipro.
Women's World Cup: Japan into final courtesy England own goalRediff.com2 Jul 2015
An injury time own goal from England defender Laura Bassett put Japan into the World Cup final with a 2-1 victory, setting up a title rematch with the United States.
Women's World Cup PHOTOS: Japan keep title defence aliveRediff.com24 Jun 2015
Japan completed the quarter-final lineup for the Women's World Cup on Tuesday when the defending champions rolled into the last eight with an impressive 2-1 win over the Netherlands.
FIFA Women's World Cup: Germany, China advance into quartersRediff.com21 Jun 2015
Two time champions Germany and a resurgent China reached the quarter-finals of the Women's World Cup.
Women's World Cup: US top 'group of death' after Wambach's goal recordRediff.com17 Jun 2015
Having escaped the 'group of death', it is now do-or-die for the United States and Australia after advancing to the knockout round of the Women's World Cup on Tuesday.
FIFA Women's WC: Opens with brilliance, blowouts and mismatchesRediff.com11 Jun 2015
The Women's World Cup stopped to take a breath on Wednesday following an opening round of games that produced a little bit of everything.
PHOTOS: The growing popularity of women's football...Rediff.com11 Jun 2015
Global television audiences for the Women's World Cup in Canada bounced sharply higher in the opening days of the tournament and merchandise flew off the shelves, underscoring the growing popularity of the beautiful game.
Women's FIFA World Cup: Marta breaks goal record as spectator presence scarceRediff.com10 Jun 2015
Marta became the all-time leading scorer at the women's World Cup on Tuesday as Brazil vaulted to the top of Group E with a 2-0 win over South Korea, while Eugenie Le Sommer's superb long-range strike gave France victory over England.
It's all about game day at Women's World CupRediff.com5 Jun 2015
Canada took a deep breath on Thursday and prepared for their moment in the Women's World Cup spotlight.
Canada, US will not support Blatter for FIFA presidencyRediff.com29 May 2015
Canada, which is hosting the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup, will not support incumbent Sepp Blatter in Friday's presidential vote at the FIFA Congress, the head of the Canadian Soccer Association said on Thursday on his official Twitter account.
FIFA scandal is black cloud over Women's World CupRediff.com29 May 2015
Women's World Cup officials and sponsors expressed concern over the corruption scandal swirling around world soccer's governing body.