Jun 19, 9 months ago

While Cricket Disappoints, India had Badminton, Hockey, Wrestling, Wushu & Fencing to cheer about

http://sportstalk24.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/super-sunday-759.jpghttp://sportstalk24.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/super-sunday-759.jpgWhile Cricket Disappoints, India had Badminton, Hockey, Wrestling, Wushu & Fencing to cheer about

Indian Sports had a historical day on Sunday, expect one bad news from Champions Trophy Final, India had so many things to cheer about from sports like Badminton, Hockey, Wrestling, Fencing & Wushu.

Let’s have a look where India outplayed their opponents to make the nation proud.

  • Badminton : Kidambi Srikanth lifts his first ever “Indonesian Super Series Title”

Kidambi Srikanth becomes the only Indian male shuttler to win two “BWF Super Series Premier” Event after he dumped the challenge of Japanese Qualifier Sakai in the finals of Indonesian Open Super Series.

This was the fourth Super Series final for Srikanth, who had reached the summit clash in Singapore in April and won the 2014 China Open and the 2015 India Open.

Indian ace shuttler defeated Sakai in straight sets by 21-11, 21-19 to lift his second “Super Series Premier Title” & becomes the first Indian male shuttler to do so.

    • Wrestling : Indian Junior ends their campaign with a Gold & Silver on last day

Indian Junior Wrestlers are bringing glory to the nation as on the last day Shravan bags India’s second Gold of the Asian Junior Wrestling Chmpionship by beating his Iranian opponent by Fall while Deepak Punia had to settle for Silver after his close fight against Iran’s wrestler.

Indian on Day 2 won 5 medals including a Gold, two silvers & bronze each. While on Day 1 Indian grapplers won 2 bronze respectively.

      • Hockey : India Beat Pakistan with the Biggest margin

A dominant Indian men’s Hockey Team played like a Champion to beat Pakistan 7-1 in a one-sided match at Hockey World League Semi-final on Sunday,

Goals by Harmanpreet Singh (13’, 33’), Talwinder Singh (21’, 24’), Akashdeep Singh (47’, 59’) and Pardeep Mor (49’) ensured India toppled The Netherlands to lead the points table with their third successive win.

“We had studied them and practised accordingly. Our aim was to execute the plans and not get excited,” drag-flicker Harmanpreet Singh said after the match.

      • Fencing : India’s creditable campaign ends at Asian Fencing Championship

Indian Fencing

After the successful run of Bhavani Devi, Indian Women Sabre Team India finished 11th on the last Day of Asian Fencing Championship while Men’s Foil team event India finished 13th in the competition.

This result is creditable because the sport is in developing stage & these results will make it move in the Right direction. So, congratulations to Indian Fencing Team.

      • Wushu : India bags 2 Golds & 2 Silvers & 2 Bronze at BRICS Games

In the first edition of BRICS games, Indian Wushu players shines as they bagged six medals on Day 1, In the Men  Gyandash & Anjul Namdev got a Gold each in their respective events while Bidyashwori Chanu & Toshibala bags Silver for India. Sanatombi Chanu & Sajan Lama had to settle for Bronze.



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