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South Africa has won its second Lawn Bowls Gold as the Men's Triples team overcame Australia on Sunday to match the Women’s Triples win. In the Women
11 October 2010
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Women shooters Jen McIntosh and Kay Copland won Gold here today at the Dr. Karni Singh Range of Delhi 2010 while India's Tejaswini Sawant and
11 October 2010
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Hot favourite Saina Nehwal cruised into the quarterfinals as Indian shuttlers extended their winning run in the individual badminton tournament of
11 October 2010
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There is an unmistakable beauty to India-Pakistan sporting contests, especially those held in these parts under the glare of millions. There is a
11 October 2010
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Marksman Georgios Achilleos (CYP) is targeting a second consecutive Men's Skeet Pairs Gold at the Dr. Karni Singh Shooting Range today. Cyprus,
11 October 2010
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Six Gold medals will be decided on Monday night at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium with Steve Hooker (AUS) seeking to retain his pole vault crown.
10 October 2010
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India's Somdev Devvarman took the Gold medal in Men's Singles in empahtic style with a 6-4, 6-2 victory over Greg Jones (AUS) to the delight of a
10 October 2010
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Canada's Alexandre Despatie won the Gold medal in the Men's 1m Springboard event on Sunday. With this, he has become the first Canadian to win seven
10 October 2010
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Australian women's team overcame high expectations to win Gold at Delhi 2010 Women's cycling competition where bikers raced across scenic empty
10 October 2010
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Rahul Banerjee (IND) produced a golden shot to win the Men's Individual Recurve by defeating Jason Lyon (CAN) 6-5 after a single arrow sudden death
10 October 2010
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