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Hockey India invites Glenn Turner for women's strikers camp

Hockey India invites Glenn Turner for women’s strikers camp

New Delhi, Nov 30: As part of their preparations for the Olympic Qualifiers, Hockey India has invited former Australian striker Glenn Turner to work with the womens hockey team strikers in a special camp starting December 1 at the Sports Authority of India (SAI), Bengaluru, it was announced on Friday. The Canberra Hockey star who was

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New Premier Skills phase kicks off in Kolkata
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New Premier Skills phase kicks off in Kolkata

Kolkata, Sep 19: The hugely successful Premier Skills initiative, run by the Premier League and the British Council, has returned to Kolkata 10 years after its first session in the city. Forty-eight grassroots football coaches from the Sports Authority of India (SAI) and affiliated institutions across India will participate in the Premier Skills Phase 2 training

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Sneha, Jeremy to represent India in Youth Olympic Games weightlifting
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Sneha, Jeremy to represent India in Youth Olympic Games weightlifting

New Delhi, Aug 8: Sneha Soren and Jeremy Lalrinnunga were today picked to represent the Indian weightlifting team in the 3rd Youth Olympic Games, scheduled to be held in Buenos Aires from October 6-13. In the Argentine capital, Lalrinnunga will compete in the 62kg youth boys category, while Soren will participate in 48kg youth girls. In

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Indian men's hockey team to round off Asiad preparation with 11-day camp

Indian men’s hockey team to round off Asiad preparation with 11-day camp

New Delhi, July 31: The Indian men’s hockey team will round its preparations for the upcoming Asian Games with an 11-day camp at the Sports Authority of India (SAI) centre in Bengaluru starting tomorrow. The camp will include seven standby players besides the 18-member selected squad. After a hectic 21 days where the national campers played

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TOP Scheme will be reviewed after Asian Games: SAI DG
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TOP Scheme will be reviewed after Asian Games: SAI DG

New Delhi, July 5: The beneficiaries under the Target Olympic Podium Scheme (TOPS) will be thoroughly reviewed after the upcoming Asian Games and the administrative mechanism of the programme will be completely overhauled, the Sports Authority of India (SAI) said today. Under the TOP Scheme, some 180-odd athletes are currently getting financial assistance from the government

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IOA, HI urge SAI to improve food quality, hygiene

New Delhi, June 11: The Indian Olympic Association (IOA) and Hockey India (HI) on Monday wrote to the Sports Authority of India (SAI) after the national men’s hockey team chief coach Harendra Singh complained about the quality of food and the hygiene level at the SAI centre in Bengaluru. Harendra, on Saturday wrote to HI, saying

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STAIRS appoints Pande as technical committee head

New Delhi, May4: Society for Transformation, Inclusion and Recognition through Sports (STAIRS), Indias premier not-for-profit organisation in broad basing of sports, on Thursday announced the appointment of Mayank Pande as the head of its technical committee. Pande is the Promoter of GoPlaySport, a company aiming to develop and promote second-tier sports such as squash and cycling

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Women’s hockey squad leaves for South Korea series

Bengaluru, March3:The Indian women’s hockey squad on Friday left for Jinchun, South Korea where they will play a five-match series with the hosts starting March 5. Under the watchful eyes of chief coach Harendra Singh, the 20 players were chosen out of the 34 national campers at the Sports Authority of India (SAI) centre here.

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Indian women’s hockey team’s national camp starts Wednesday

Bengaluru, Jan 2: After a successful 2017 season, the Indian women’s hockey team will regroup under chief coach Harendra Singh for the 21-day national camp starting at the Sports Authority of India (SAI) campus here from Wednesday. The camp will lay the foundation for a crucial year for the women who will take part in the

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