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Indian powerlifter Kavita Devi joins WWE

Former competitive powerlifter and South Asian Games gold medal winner Kavita Devi has been selected to compete in the Mae Young Classic, which is the first ever WWE tournament for women, World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) announced on Thursday.

Kavita, who hails from Haryana, has undergone training to be a professional wrestler under the guidance of former WWE champion 'The Great Khali' at his Punjab based wrestling promotion and training academy.


LET strengthens bond with OMEGA through innovative new golf scoring technology

The Ladies European Tour has strengthened its strategic partnership with OMEGA through the joint development of a world class Tournament Management and Scoring System for golf.

The new Tournament Management and Scoring System includes a host of innovative features which will bring the world-class action closer to the fans.


IOC and Intel announce Worldwide TOP Partnership through to 2024

The International Olympic Committee (IOC) and Intel (NASDAQ: INTC) today announced a long-term technology partnership at an official signing ceremony in New York with IOC President Thomas Bach and Brian Krzanich, Intel’s Chief Executive Officer.

Intel will join “The Olympic Partner” (TOP) worldwide sponsorship programme, becoming a Worldwide TOP Partner through 2024. This partnership will transform the Olympic Games and the Olympic experience.


Badminton: Nehwal, Sindhu, Srikanth and Sai Praneeth advance at Australian Open

It was a mixed day for Indian shuttlers as defending champion Saina Nehwal, P.V. Sindhu, Kidambi Srikanth and B. Sai Praneeth advanced while Parupalli Kashyap, Ajay Jayaram and H.S. Prannoy bowed out of the $750,000 Australia Open Superseries on Wednesday.

World No.15 Saina defeated fourth-ranked South Korean player Sung Ji Hyun 21-10, 21-16 in a match which lasted only 38 minutes. In another match, Rio Olympics gold medallist Sindhu edged past Japanese Sayaka Sato 21-17, 14-21, 21-18 in a 65 minutes gruelling match.


Rejuvenated Oosthuizen enjoying Bok environment

Coenie Oosthuizen is working extremely hard to make sure he remains part of the current Springbok squad environment, which he describes as something special. The strongly built front ranker has spoken openly about his personal disappointment of last season, when he lost his place in the Springbok squad.

The Durban-based prop said last year he went back to his franchise and worked tremendously hard to be in contention for Springbok selection.


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