News from sports sector states that Indian badminton star Saina Nehwal has won the Denmark Open Super Series Premier Trophy and the Indian Olympic Association on Monday congratulated the star.
Talking to media, IOA acting President Vijay Kumar Malhotra said, “Saina`s consistent good showing in the International tournaments argues well for Indian sports in general and Badminton in particular.”
Further, Mr. Malhotra said that Saina has won the Denmark Open Super Series Premier Trophy and bronze medal in 2012 London Olympics this year and this has raised the level of badminton in the country. Read more
London Olympics bronze medal winning woman boxer M.C. Mary Kom Thursday received a a cash award of Rs 2 lakh from West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee for her historic feat.
Mary Kom called on Banerjee at the state secretariat, Writers’ Buildings.
Earlier, the mother of two – the first Indian woman boxer to win an Olympic medal – was the cynosure of all eyes at separate felicitations organised by some northeast-based NGOs and the Bengal Chamber. Read more
30th edition of Olympics Games at London finally ended with lots of joyful and glorious moment by celebrating its farewell with pop music and dance that became mad to everyone presented there in enlightening stag with shining stars.
However, in race of Olympics medal tally, America was upper most in the world in sports by grabbing 46 gold medals. Usain Bolt Jamaican legend is topper in the Games, Read more
According to latest news from London Olympics 2012, Japan’s Tatsuhiro Yonemitsu won the Olympics 2012 wrestling gold medal in men’s 66-kilogram freestyle, beating Indian wrestler Sushil Kumar to give the Japanese their first Olympic gold in the sport in 24 years.
Japan’s Tatsuhiro Yonemitsu created history by winning gold in Olympics, earlier; Mitsuru Sato won gold at the Seoul Games in 1988 for his country. Read more