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Posted in: Cricket drops 'batsman' to reflect growth of women's game See in context

Be it in WT20, WODI, and WTM - women cricketers are wielding the willow in style. Current Indian batters Mithali Raj, Shafali Verma, Smriti Mandhana, Harmanpreet Kaur, Jemima Rodrigues, Poonam Raut, Deepti Sharma - they all are rewriting the art of batting for Indian cricketing aspirants.

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Posted in: Man U wins after penalty call backfires; Chelsea beats Spurs See in context

David De Gea, Jesse Lingard, and CR7 - they are capable of doing the unthinkable. Well played.

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Posted in: Mane reaches century as Liverpool top Premier League, Arsenal ease Arteta pressure See in context

Liverpool footballers are doing fine. Goal scorers Sadio Mane, Mo Salah, and Naby Keita are keeping Liverpool supporters on their toes.

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Posted in: Messi restricted in PSG draw as Man City, Liverpool win thrillers See in context

Blauw-Zwart has scored a precious point against Pochettino's formidable PSG. To score a goal against the likes of Kylian Mbappe, Leo Messi, and Neymar Jr is no mean achievement. Hats off to the astute Brugge striker cum playmaker Hans Vanaken.

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Posted in: Man Utd dealt shock Champions League loss as Lukaku boosts Chelsea See in context

Hats off to Romelu Lukaku. For club and country, the ace striker continues to be the difference-maker.

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Posted in: Raducanu's U.S. Open title moves her up 127 spots to No. 23 See in context

Sports and Games - life in full flow. Lovers of Tennis are witnessing a new era. Briton Emma Raducanu, Canadian Leylah Fernandez, and a host of other young talented stars are rearranging the tennis hierarchy. Rival tennis players, their coaching staff, sponsors, media, and fans are all kept on their toes.

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Posted in: Medvedev ends Djokovic's bid for year Slam at U.S. Open See in context

Novak Djokovic is human. Works hard and had a long run. Well played. Congratulations to champion Daniil Medvedev.

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Posted in: Salah reaches 100 EPL goals; Elliott hurt in Liverpool win See in context

Hats off to Mo Salah, scorer of a century of goals in the EPL. Wishing Liverpool midfielder Harvey Elliott a speedy recovery.

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Posted in: Britain's Raducanu, 18, beats Fernandez, 19, to win U.S. Open See in context

Diversity, superdiversity, and conviviality are vital ingredients for an exciting world-building. Congratulations to champion Emma Raducanu and to challenger and runner-up Leylah Fernandez. Well done. All the best in future Grand Slams.

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Posted in: Ronaldo double sinks Newcastle on Man Utd return; Arsenal ease Arteta pressure See in context

CR7 is doing fine. There is lot more vintage football yet to come from the boots and nods of the ever-green Senhor Cristiano Ronaldo. All the best to the footballer, his fans, and to his Manchester Utd squad.

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Posted in: Teens Raducanu, Fernandez advance to U.S. Open women's final See in context

Age is just a number for the mature and supremely talented youngsters Emma Raducanu and Leylah Fernandez. Well played. All the best in the summit clash.

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Posted in: Tokyo Olympic chief 'proud' of hosting Games despite pandemic See in context

Hats off to Japan - the Land of the Rising Sun. Tokyo 2020 has been an incredible achievement for the people of Japan. Three cheers to the President of the Tokyo Games organizing committee Seiko Hashimoto and to her tireless allies. Well done.

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Posted in: Athletes praise Paralympic experience but public mixed See in context

4,400 athletes from 160 countries made all the sacrifices and came out victorious. It is a memorable experience for the participants, their loved ones, their admirers, and the Tokyo Games organizers. Well done.

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Posted in: Paralympic closing marks end of Tokyo's 8-year Olympic saga See in context

Paralympic athletes - inspiring ambassadors. Not mourning for what they have lost, they have shown a new way forward to all their admirers. Three Cheers.

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Posted in: Tokyo Paralympics close after facing COVID-19 challenges See in context

Despite all challenges, Japan worked hard to offer an exciting platform for athletes to showcase their abilities. Well done.

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Posted in: Paralympic exodus begins in Tokyo See in context

Athletes, organizers, and officials worked hard to make the Games a memorable experience. Hats off.

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Posted in: Paralympians hailed as records fall on day 11 See in context

That's the spirit. "If you are disabled there isn't a negative connotation to it. You set your own limits. You believe in yourself and you set your own barrier and surpass it" - American Nick Mayhugh

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Posted in: Paralympian, nurse, musician: Manami Ito, Japan's show-stealing violinist See in context

"When my daughter gets older, there will be a day when her friends tell her that her mum looks strange. I want to hear her saying this is her mother, and that what is normal can be different for each person and each family" - Manami Ito.

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Posted in: Germany's 'Blade Jumper' gets gold at Tokyo Paralympics See in context

Stupendous leap. Congratulations to Germany's "Blade Jumper" Markus Rehm.

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Posted in: Inclusive society seen through the Paralympics and expectation for an inclusive Tokyo: Miki Matheson See in context

"When you watch the Paralympics, you enjoy the athletes' amazing performances. But you can also use a little imagination and think about their daily lives outside of the competition" - Miki Matheson

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Posted in: Cyclist Sugiura, 50, becomes Japan's oldest gold medalist See in context

Congratulations to medal winners Keiko Sugiura of Japan, Anna Beck of Sweden, and Paige Greco of Australia.

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Posted in: Jacques Rogge, IOC president for 12 years, dies at 79 See in context

Dialogue, transparency, trust, and accountability were his watch words. Respectful farewell to a truly great world leader. "Listen, analyze and consult. I’m definitely a listener. I consult with people and try to make an analysis. I won’t do it alone. I’m a team worker” - Jacques Rogge.

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Posted in: Son shines as Spurs go top of Premier League; Greenwood fires Man Utd See in context

The rising Son is bringing joy to his legion of admirers at Tottenham and to fans across the footballing world. Charismatic and hard-working gaffer Senhor Nuno Herlander Simoes Espirito Santo has started his new stint on the front foot. All the best.

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Posted in: Japan wins wheelchair rugby bronze, opens strong in soccer See in context

Well done Daisuke Ikezaki, Shinichi Shimakawa, and Yukinobu Ike. Hearty congratulations to the teams of Japan, the US, and GB for winning the bronze, silver, and gold medals.

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Posted in: Paralympic triathlete who helped Spain fight COVID wins gold See in context

Inspiring life of dedication, commitment, and social service Congratulations to Spain's Paralympic triathlon champion Susana Rodriguez.

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Posted in: Karasawa, Wada win silver, bronze in men's T11 5,000 meters See in context

Vision challenged Paralympian runners are faster than their able-bodied sighted guides. Congratulations to medal winners Jacques, Karasawa, and Shinya.

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Posted in: 14-year-old swimmer Yamada wins Japan's 1st Paralympic medal See in context

Well done. Congratulations. "I think disabilities are like individual characteristics. I just think my body happened to show my characteristics in a more obvious way" - Miyuki Yamada.

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Posted in: Paralympics open with acrobats, clowns, vibrant music and fireworks See in context

Watching athletes overcoming disabilities is a win-win experience for the athlete and for the audience. "The stigma attached to disability changes when you watch the sport. These games will change your attitude toward disability. We've got to go from protecting people to empowering people and creating opportunities for people to flourish in society" - Craig Spence.

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Posted in: Tokyo Paralympics by the numbers See in context

Wishing the 4,400 competitors, 12,000 staff, officials, journalists, and the 4 billion viewers, healthy and happy times during and after the 13-day 2020 Tokyo Paralympic Games.

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Posted in: Japan's Paralympic team aims to build a more inclusive society See in context

Life is equally precious for the disabled and for the able-bodied. "The success of the Paralympics is not just whether athletes hit the mark or win a lot of medals. The Paralympics won't succeed if we can't feel that (people with disabilities) can go out more comfortably and that people around them can change their way of thinking because of the Paralympics" - Miki Matheson.

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