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Twitter Celebrates Sakshi Malik’s Heroic Fightback, Wins Bronze for India

Sakshi Malik, the 22-year-old from Rohtak, Haryana, ended India's wait and won the first medal at the Rio Games. She defeated Aisuluu Tynybekova 8-5 in 58kg Freestyle Wrestling to win the bronze medal bout. Sakshi was 0-5 down but...
Del Potro

Del Potro is back!

The stage was set. September 14 was the date. 6th seed Juan Martin Del Potro knew from the minute he stepped on the court at Flushing Meadows that he had to replicate his performance of trumping Rafael Nadal in...

John Inverdale sparks another controversy

Following Andy Murray's gold medal triumph at the Rio 2016 Olympics on Sunday, the BBC Radio 5 Live presenter was quick to congratulate the Scot. Inverdale also wasted no time in pointing out that Murray was the "first person ever to...

Twitterati Bolts out After Usain Bolt wins 100m Race,The Fastest Man Alive

Jamaican Usain Bolt became the first athlete to win three Olympic 100m titles by beating American Justin Gatlin to win gold at Rio 2016. Bolt, ran 9.81 seconds in his final Olympics to replicate his previous success at Beijing...

Twitter Hails Dipa Karmakar Performance, Makes India Proud

Indian fans were heart broken to see Dipa Karmakar missing a bronze medal by a whisker after her excellent performance at the vault finals. At the same time, it made people of India proud as she came from a...

Facts you didn’t know about Olympic Gold Medallist Monica Puig

Puerto Rican Monica Puig stunned the tennis fraternity when she defeated Angelique Kerber of Germany in the Olympics Tennis Women’s Single Final. The 22 year old produced upsets right throughout the tournament, and capped off the effort with a...

Monica Puig stuns Kerber, wins Olympic gold

Puerto Rico now has its first Olympic gold medal, courtesy of tennis star Monica Puig, who beat Germany's Angelique Kerber in the women's singles tournament at Rio's Summer Olympics on Saturday. Puerto Rico has been sending athletes to the Olympics...

Rio 2016: Nadal in sight for multiple medals

Spanish No.1 and World No.4 Rafael Nadal is in the hunt for multiple medals at this year’s Rio Olympics. A 2008 Beijing Olympics Singles Gold Medallist in Tennis, he will look to add to his trophy cabinet, a Doubles...