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The limited capacity of Talkatora stadium, 2700, ensured there was never going to be a problem to fill it to the rafters, but still the consistent
14 October 2010
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One of the hallmarks of champion sportspersons is their ability to hold themselves together under pressure and deliver high quality performances. We
13 October 2010
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Olympian Achanta Sharath Kamal and former national champion Subhajit Saha today ensured that Table Tennis contribute Gold to India's medal tally in
13 October 2010
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Richard Brickell (ENG) clinched his first title in the Men's Skeet Singles by edging out defending champion Georgios Achilleos (CYP) after a shoot-
13 October 2010
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Australia successfully defended their Commonwealth Games crown, defeating a spirited New Zealand 4-2 via tie-breaker in the final of the Women's
13 October 2010
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To the delight of an impressive crowd at the final session of athletics in the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Mandeep Kaur (IND) brought India home to a
12 October 2010
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The Gold medals just keep coming for Canadian diver Alexandre Despatie and Jennifer Abel. Despatie and his partner Reuben Ross (CAN) needed to nail
12 October 2010
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New Zealand beat Australia 24-17 in the final of the Rugby Sevens at Delhi 2010 today. The Kiwis are the first team to win four consecutive Gold
12 October 2010
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Jen McIntosh won Scotland's 10th Gold medal in Shooting at Delhi 2010 when she won the Women's 50 m Rifle Prone today. In the process, McIntosh set a
12 October 2010
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The world's top four netball teams will as expected, battle it out in the semfinals on Tuesday for the right to play for the Gold medal at the
11 October 2010
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