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Thu, Sep 20 2018. 11 33 PM IST

Europe punches above its weight in Ryder Cup

Despite having a lower average ranking and a younger team than US, Europe tends to come together better as a team in the Ryder Cup

Sat, Sep 15 2018. 10 37 PM IST

With tobacco revenue now forbidden, F1 turns to high-tech

In the last few years, F1 teams have been working to form partnerships with companies in the technology industry that would bring not only high-tech expertise, but also revenue

Fri, Sep 14 2018. 11 37 AM IST

F1 racing’s Williams taps 21 million fans

The parent company of the Formula One team has hired Delta Partners to explore new ways to generate revenue

Sun, Sep 09 2018. 01 29 PM IST

Viswanathan Anand returns to form ahead of Chess Olympiad

The inclusion of Viswanathan Anand in the team for the Chess Olympiad after more than a decade boosts India’s chances of a podium finish

Wed, Sep 05 2018. 09 37 AM IST

The wealth of nations and sporting success

Despite a record-breaking haul at the Asian Games, India remains an underperformer, highlighting the need for an increase in sports investment

Mon, Sep 03 2018. 11 55 AM IST

Formula One uses technology to make drivers safer

This year, Formula One drivers are wearing that sensor in their racing gloves; the data from which is transmitted to an iPhone app and gives medical crews remote and advance information on the driver’s condition

Mon, Sep 03 2018. 11 42 AM IST

Move to less violent video games for 2022 Asiad - Alisport CEO

Players from 18 nations competed across six different games at the 18th Asian Games in competitive video gaming’s debut at a major multi-sport event

Sat, Sep 01 2018. 11 09 AM IST

Becoming an Ironman

During the 2008 Mumbai terror attack, Praveen Kumar Teotia was shot in the chest and his right lung was punctured. This year, he completed the Ironman in South Africa

Fri, Aug 31 2018. 11 52 AM IST

Why India needs a sports regulator

An independent body along the lines of Sebi can balance autonomy with responsibility in sports governance

Fri, Aug 31 2018. 08 26 AM IST

Who gained from the Asiad’s growth since 1982?

With the rise in number of events, a clutch of nations has benefited from the Asian Games’ expansion, but India failed to ride the tailwind, shows data

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