India series Kohli and Paine

In this COVID-19 world, when life is in lockdown, news of any sport happening is good. And when it is India Test series against Australia, it brings smiles on faces of millions of fans both of India and Australia. Yes, earlier Cricket Australia announced the  4 Test match series withRead More →

FIFA Women's World Cup

The Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) and Sport Australia believe the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup will have an enormously positive impact on football and broader sport at all levels, welcoming today’s announcement that Australia and New Zealand will co-host the prestigious tournament. AIS CEO Peter Conde congratulated Football FederationRead More →

1983 world cup win

Balwinder Sandhu, a medium pacer for India was playing at No. 11.  Playing at Lord’s in England, in the 1983 World Cup final, the stakes were high for both India and West Indies. Malcolm Marshall bowled a bouncer and hit him flush on the flap of his helmet. Although thRead More →

Sleep competitive advantage

Could sleep be the competitive advantage needed to win the AFL Premiership Cup? St Kilda fans will be hoping so, as the Melbourne-based football club partners with Monash University’s Turner Institute to explore off-field ways to enhance player recovery and performance through various sleep techniques and programs. As part of an industry-ledRead More →

Chris Gayle racism in cricket

The incident involving the death of a black American George Floyd has sparked a world of storm all over the globe. If celebrities in America were joining the protests over his death, those living outside now seem to be joining.      Celebrated West Indies star Chris Gayle, himself a blackRead More →

4 tests India_Australia series

Finally, the cricket is on and soon to play a 4 Tests series Indian cricket team will travel to Australia this summer. They will play Tests in Brisbane, Adelaide, Melbourne and Sydney skipping the famous Western Australia Cricket Association (WACA) ground in Perth. The schedule for the four Tests announcedRead More →

spectator less play

Spectator less play could help Australia against India: Usman Khawaja Melbourne, May 9: Pakistani origin Australian batsman Usman Khawaja said that ‘closed-door matches could end up helping Australia against India’. Khawaja, who was omitted from Cricket Australia’s latest list of central contracts, hinted at the support the Indian team hasRead More →