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Why a Rebel Cricket Body Will Not be Successful

With the news of Essel group head Subhash Chandra and Lalit Modi joining hands to create a parallel international cricket body, there have been questions coming to the fore again and again about the venture. The ICC certainly does look a little worried albeit they say that it is not a big issue. “World Cricket is what is today thorough years of evolution. It is not going to be easy to replicate it”, said an ICC official. read more

 
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Fitness in Football

The whole concept of fitness and training has changed in the world of football in last 20 years. More of athletics is being very widely implemented. More time in training is being dedicated towards players all round health and fitness than just try to learn the tactics. New fitness regimes are being developed every day. Softwares have been developed to assist managers and players in studying their body physique and ways to develop it. read more

 
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Juventus vs Real Madrid- Journey in UCL

Having now the top four contenders in the UCL this season, the semi-final draw was decided in the municipality of Nyon in Switzerland, the outcome fated Real Madrid CF (ESP) to take on Juventus (ITA) on match day 1 of the semi-finals, in the latter’s home ground in the first leg of the two legged tie, while the second semi is to be played between FC Barcelona (ESP) and FC Bayern Munich (GER); to be played at Camp Nou, the former’s home stadium. read more

 
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The most humorous angle of table tennis

Sports have different styles, attitudes and feelings, which could be exposed only by the passionate players. Sometimes we have seen emotions and rarely few humorous situations. But all the matches are not going to be humorous and makes entire crowd roaring with laughter. So here is a chance for you to experience the most humorous table tennis match in table tennis history. read more

 
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Gymnastics for kids

Kids have a different lifestyle and active participation in sports comparing to adults. Most of the pediatrics claim that sports activity for kids provide young minds to enrich both physically and socially. Gymnastics is one of the skillful compressive programs where, children can easily learn. This gymnastic exercise consists of numerous physical benefits apart from child’s age or ability. read more

 
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Susie Wolff – Test driver at Williams

In 2014 Susie Wolff, a woman Formula One driver, participated in the testing for Williams on the weekend of the British Grand Prix at Silverstone and at the Hockenheim circuit in Germany. This season, Wolff is preparing herself to be similarly engaged in testing activities at the Spanish, Austrian and British Grand Prix. read more

 
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IPL and the case of the casual cricket viewers.

If you talk about Indian Cricket team, every ram and shyam (I use this instead of Tom, Dick and Harry because I know none) has an opinion on who’s good and who’s bad. But, gone are the days when we watch the international games because let’s face it, they’re just too few in number (minus India’s tour of Australia just before the world cup). read more

 
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10 Easy ways to reduce weight

Upset with those extra pounds? Feeling shy to go bare after the game? Or can’t fit into those old funky dresses? Worry no more because you have just found the key to your satisfaction. You don’t have to worry about how early you have to wake up or how much time you have to spend in those costly gyms to get your wishful figures. While eating healthy and slipping in a few exercises into your daily life can make the work much easy without dropping ounces of sweat. read more

 
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A quick guide to Swimming

Swimming as a sport and also as a recreation has a lot of benefits. It helps in burning a lot of calories; it helps us in building muscular strength, reduces weight, gives endurance and also develops cardio vascular fitness. It is a game for all ages and also helps us to cool in the summer days. read more

 
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Petra Kvitova: A Reluctant Champion

The face of any sport is usually the holder of certain titles. In cricket, it is the world cup winning captain, in football it is the Ballon D ‘Or winner and in tennis it is usually considered to be the Wimbledon champion. While Novak Djokovic is now undoubtedly the face of men’s tennis, the face of women’s tennis is by unspoken law, the legendary Serena Williams, the glamarous Maria Sharapova or the temperamental Viktoria Azarenka while a shy Czech lurks about somewhere in the shadow despite being the Wimbledon champion. Someone ought to tell Petra Kvitova that she has is the defending Wimbledon champion and can display some level of arrogance that Williams or Sharapova consider as their birthright. read more