It's been an exciting week for Indian sports as yet again tennis sensation Sania Mirza and her doubles partner Martina Hingis have won a title, this time it is the WTA Finals women's doubles trophy, in Singapore.
The pair had already bagged 2015 WTA- Year-End No 1 doubles ranking.
In the Women's Vault Final of 2015 World Gymnastics Championships, the 22-year-old Dipa Karmakar finished fifth in a strong field of eight gymnasts. The girl from Agartala had become the first Indian to make it to the event finals of Vault at the World Championships.
The Indian cricket team’s dressing room saw 'another wicket fall' as India’s 'Turbanator' became a married man. Harbhajan tied the nuptial knot with long-time girlfriend Geeta Basra in a gurudwara in Jalandhar on last Thursday.
New Zealand cemented their status as the greatest team in rugby history when they overwhelmed Australia 34-17 to become world champions for a record third time, and the first nation to retain the Webb Ellis Cup.
Rediff.com recaptures these and other exciting sporting moments from the week gone by....
Germany's Nelli Zhiganshina and Alexander Gazsi perform during the ice dance free dance program during the Skate Canada International. Photograph: Ben Nelms/Reuters
India's Sania Mirza and Switzerland's Martina Hingis celebrate defeating Spain's Carla Suarez Navarro and Garbine Muguruza in the doubles final match during the WTA Finals in Singapore. Photograph: Julian Finney/Getty Images
New Zealand's Richie McCaw, centre, leads the Haka after the 2015 Rugby World Cup final match against Australia. Photograph: Stu Forster/Getty Images
Cricketer Harbhajan Singh and actress Geeta Basra, who were rumoured to be a pair for more than eight years now, have finally made it official.They tied the nuptial knot in a gurudwara in Jalandhar. Photograph: PTI
Nico Rosberg of Germany and Mercedes GP lifts the trophy as he celebrates on the podium after winning the Formula One Grand Prix of Mexico. Photograph: Mark Thompson/Getty Images
Mercedes' British F1 driver Lewis Hamilton (right) performs with Mexican wrestlers at the Coliseo Arena during a promotional event in Mexico City. Photograph: Henry Romero/Reuters
Russia's Seda Tutkhakian competes on the beam during the worldartistic gymnastics championships in Glasgow. Photograph: Ian MacNicol/Getty Images
Chelsea's Willian in action with Liverpool's Emre Can during the Premier League match. Photograph: John Sibley/Reuters
London Mayor Boris Johnson takes part in a tug of war with members of the armed services to launch the London Poppy Day. London Poppy Day is a street collection event to raise money for serving and retired members of the armed services and their families. Photograph: Stefan Wermuth/Reuters
President Barack Obama lauded the World Cup champion US women's soccer team for inspiring ‘millions of girls to dream bigger’ and suggested that goal-scoring phenom Carli Lloyd might want to consider becoming his White House successor. Obama holds a jersey given to him during an event honoring the United States women's soccer team. Photograph: Kevin Lamarque/Reuters