It’s been a funny week in Birmingham. It started with the climax of the Commonwealth Games. The sun shone and royals, dignitaries, athletes and volunteers
India’s impressive medal haul of 66 with 22 gold, 16 silver and 23 bronze in the Birmingham Commonwealth Games came as a boost as the country was celebrating its 75th Year of Independence. It seemed that India is emerging as a sporting nation and not just an emerging economic power and an admirable
The 24-year-old made up a deficit of 15 seconds following the bike section to overhaul long-time pacesetter Hayden Wilde on the run and finish the sprint-distance event in a time of 50 min 34 sec.
Competitors from 72 nations and territories, many of which are former British colonies, will be vying for medals in 19 sports over a jam-packed 11 days in the English Midlands.
The reason, cricketer mistakenly congratulated the wrong athlete, who has won gold, but not at Commonwealth Games 2022.
Thousands of fans from the sizeable Birmingham-based Indian and Pakistan communities gathered at Edgbaston to watch the women's teams do battle on Sunday.
Pakistanis celebrated the inaugural gold by pouring out on social media and lavishing praise on the 24-year-old athlete, just after the famous weightlifter from Gujranwala city of Punjab province claimed his weightlifting record.
After bowling out Pakistan for just 99 in an 18-overs a side affair due to rain, opener Smriti Mandhana slammed an unbeaten 63 and played magnificent shots which oozed class and delight in equal measure to chase down the total...
The Olympic omnium champion, competing in the men's scratch qualifiers at the London venue, received treatment for more than 40 minutes before being taken away by ambulance.