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gvaisakh

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Yuki wins the Finals of the Hongkong Futures. A good built up for Yuki and much needed one. Now he moves into top 500 rankings.

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Manika Batra has moved into the top 100 ranking in Table Tennis.....That's a great news in the TT for India.

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Achanta Sharath regains # 1 ranked Indian status after ending the year @ 60.

Soumyajit is at 81

Harmeet is at 111

Sathiyan is at 113

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Mirabai of RSPB lifted 81kg in snatch and 105kg in clean & jerk for a total of 186kg to finish on top in women's 48kg, while 2014 Commonwealth Games gold medallist K Sanjita Chanu, also representing RSPB, won the silver with an overall lift of 185kg (79+106) and Jhilli Dalabehera (ORS) settled for the bronze with an effort of 152kg (64+88) in the ongoing national senior weightlifting championships.

 

India's best and only chance for any world championship medal in weightlifting but our lifters are not improving from 186kg if we want a medal then they have to lift at least 193kg.

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In women's 53kg category, M Santoshi (RSPB) emerged victorious by picking up an overall weight of 186kg (83+103), while Harshdeep Kaur (Punjab) lifted 177kg (77+100) for a silver and Assam's Manalisha Sonowal ended with a bronze after lifting 176kg (77+99).

 

Santhoshi has improved by 2kg from her world championships lift.

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In the men's 56kg, SSCB's Gururaja lifted a total of 246kg with 110kg in snatch and 136kg in clean & jerk. TBC Lalchhanhima (Mizoram) and Korada Ramana (RSPB) clinched the silver and bronze, respectively, with efforts of 238kg (103+135) and 237kg (105+132).

 

The lift was again a 2kg improvement from the Indian lift in the world Championships.

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2016 FIDE World Rapid Championship

After Round #5

6th Santhosh Gujarathi Vidit

15th  Vishy Anand

25th Surya S Ganguly

 

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2016 FIDE World Rapid Championship

After Round #10

5th Santhosh Gujarathi Vidit

8th  Vishy Anand

 

Magnus Carlsen is at 9th place all 3 are 1 point behind the leader with 5 more rounds to go tomorrow

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2016 FIDE Women World Rapid Championship

After Final Round

10th Koneru Humpy

16th Harika Dronavalli

 

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2016 FIDE Men World Rapid Championship

After Final Round

8th Santhosh Gujarathi Vidit

16th  Vishy Anand

21st Surya S Ganguly

34th Adhiban B.

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BWF Badminton Year End Ranking

 

Men's Singles

15-Kidambi Srikanth
19-Ajay Jayaram
28-H.s prannoy
35-sameer verma
36-Ajay praneeth
45- sourabh verma
62-parupalli kashyap
73-anand powar

 

Women's Singles
6-p.v sindhu
10-saina nehwal
57-tanvi lad
59-ruthvika shivani gadde
63-rituparna das

 

Men's Doubles
22-m.attri/s.reddy
46-akshay.d/pranav chopra
60-alwin francis/kona tarun
68-satwiksairaj/chirag shetty


Women's doubles
50-j.meghana/poorvisha.s

 

Mixed Doubles

15-pranaav Chopra/sikki reddy
67-satwiksairaj/maneesha
.

 

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FIDE Open Men's World Blitz Championship 2016

After Final Round

 

10th Vishy Anand

41st Surya Ganguly

46th Lalith Babu

 

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FIDE Open Women's World Blitz Championship 2016

After Final Round

 

5th Harika

10th K Humpy

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FIE Ranking 2016-17

Women Sabre :-  Bhavani Devi   - 72

 

If she is sponsored and given training abroad we can have first fencer in Olympics. She has been in my radar for long. Surely the greatest fencer India has ever produced. She has achieved the highest ranking  ever in her career and the highest ever for an Indian.

 
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