Athletics

Ukraine's Kuznetsov wins modern pentathlon gold

Anton-KuznetsovBudapest, May 19 : Ukraine's Anton Kuznetsov won the boys' individual title at the 2014 Modern Pentathlon Youth A World Championships here.

Olympic legend Carl Lewis inspires Mumbai's budding athletes

Olympic legend Carl Lewis inspires Mumbai's budding athletesMumbai, May 19 : Budding athletes got a chance to share the field with American sprint star and Olympic gold medallist Carl Lewis on Monday in Mumbai, who inspired and encouraged

Jamaican sprinter Yohan Blake aspires to embrace 'first love' cricket after career ends

Jamaican sprinter Yohan Blake aspires to embrace 'first love' cricket after career endsLondon, May 17 : Jamaican sprinter Yohan Blake has reportedly made no secret of the fact that cricket is his first love and

Bolt not included in powerful Jamaican squad

Usain-BoltKingston, May 15 : The world’s fastest man, Usain Bolt has not been included in a powerful Jamaican squad to the first ever IAAF World Relays scheduled for the Bahamas May 24-25.

Pistorius' murder trial facing delay after month-long 'mental evaluation' order for Paralympian

London, May 15 - The murder trial of Paralympic sprinter Oscar Pistorius will reportedly now face a lengthy delay after the judge at the North Gauteng High Court ordered that the double amputee athlete should undergo a month-long mental evaluation.

Bolt to make season debut next month

Usain-BoltParis, May 14 : Olympic sprint champion Usain Bolt is set to make his return to the track next month, around the middle of the international track and field season.

Pistorius' trial may be delayed for 1 month if Paralympian sent for psychiatric tests

Oscar PistoriusLondon, May 14 : The murder trial of Paralympic sprinter Oscar Pistorius may reportedly be delayed for up to a month as the double amputee athlete faces having to undergo psychiatric tests.

Mo Farah confirms Glasgow Commonwealth Games participation

London, May 13 - British Olympic champion Mo Farah reportedly took to Twitter to reveal that he would be competing for England at this year's Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.

Experts question 'surprising' timing of Pistorius' 'anxiety disorder admission' in trial

Washington, May 13 - Legal experts have reportedly criticised the timing of Oscar Pistorius' lawyers raising psychological issues arising from his amputated legs in his murder trial and suggested that

Pistorius had 'anxiety disorder since childhood': Psychiatrist

Oscar PistoriusLondon, May 13 : A psychiatrist testifying in the murder trial of Paralympic sprinter Oscar Pistorius has said that the South African athlete has had an anxiety disorder since childhood and was 'anxious' about violent crime.

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