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Aim to nurture Olympic medal winners: Ajit Pawar

Aim to nurture Olympic medal winners: Ajit Pawar

Mumbai, June 23 (UNI) Deputy Chief Minister and President of Maharashtra Olympic Association Ajit Pawar on Sunday said efforts are being made to develop a sports culture in the state for nurturing future Olympic medal winners.

Greeting sportspersons on the occasion of International Olympic Day, observed every year on June 23, Pawar said efforts were being made at school and college level to raise the standard of sports and athletes.

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Kenyan javelin star Yego eyes Olympics swan song in Paris

17 Jul 2024 | 5:45 PM

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Kapil Dev announces 2nd edition of TGCL

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Gulia secures bronze at Commonwealth junior fencing championships

17 Jul 2024 | 5:01 PM

Bengaluru, July 17 (UN) Sejal Gulia, a rising star in fencing from Bengaluru, has brought home the bronze medal in the Individual Junior Women’s Epee event at the Commonwealth Junior and Cadet Fencing Championships held in Christchurch, New Zealand, from July 12 to 19.

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India's Bawa loses in semis, wins Bronze in World Jr Squash

India's Bawa loses in semis, wins Bronze in World Jr Squash

17 Jul 2024 | 4:46 PM

Chennai, July 17 (UNI) India’s Shaurya Bawa went down to Egyptian top seed Mohamed Zakaria
in the boys’ singles semifinals of the World Junior Squash Championships in Houston on Tuesday
and won a bronze medal
Bawa, seeded 17/32, lost 5-11, 5-11, 9-11 to last year’s runner-up Zakaria, with the 41-minute long contest closer than what the scoreline suggests.

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