Sports Short News

Closing ceremony brings an end to CWG 22

Closing ceremony brings an end to CWG 22

dazzling closing ceremony brought the curtains down on another edition of the Commonwealth Games. The action-packed edition of the Birmingham Games came to an end following eleven days of sporting activities. With more sporting sessions than ever before, the Games concluded as the biggest Commonwealth Games ever. More than 5,000 athletes have competed.

Pain and glory in Chess Olympiad 2022
<iframe width="600" height="450" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/o2ufEzggcQs" title="Interview with GM Gabriel Sargissian | 44th Chess Olympiad, Round 10 |" frameborder="0" allow="accelerometer; autoplay; clipboard-write; encrypted-media; gyroscope; picture-in-picture" allowfullscreen></iframe>

Pain and glory in Chess Olympiad 2022

Chess is tough, and the life of a professional player even more so. Maintaining your emotional stability throughout a tournament can be very testing and things can change rapidly from one day to the next. The match between the youth teams of India B and Uzbekistan was 2-1 for India B, thanks to Praggnanandhaa's great win over Sindarov.

Nikhat Zareen continues to break dogma

Nikhat Zareen continues to break dogma

Indian boxer Nikhat Zareen is in the form of her life as the Telangana girl achieved her second international gold medal in a span of three months. After becoming only the fifth ever female pugilist from the country to bag a gold in World Championships, the 25-year-old carried her sublime form in the Commonwealth Games 2022 to clinch a historic gold.

Chess: Gukesh loses to Nodirbek

Chess: Gukesh loses to Nodirbek

Armenia and Uzbekistan emerged as joint leaders with 17 points each in the open section at the end of round ten in the ongoing 44th Chess Olympiad. While India A, India B, and the USA are bunched together in second place with 16 points each. With just two rounds remaining, the pressure was telling on all teams and players as fortune fluctuated on quite a few boards.