Women's Sports

Iran allows female spectators at beach volleyball tournament

Feb 15, 2017

Iranian media say authorities have allowed female spectators at a beach volleyball tournament after organizers threatened to halt the event in protest

Afghan women practice ancient Shaolin martial arts

Feb 1, 2017

While Afghanistan's Buddhists were carving the giant sandstone statues in Bamiyan in 500 A.D., Buddhists in China were creating martial arts in the Shaolin temple in Henan Province

India's top court names administrators to run cricket set-up

Jan 30, 2017

India's top court has appointed four administrators to run the business operations of the Board of Control for Cricket in India and carry out reforms in its set-up

Paksistan's former test cricketer Imtiaz Ahmed dies

Dec 31, 2016

Imtiaz Ahmed, Pakistan's former test wicketkeeper-batsman who became a chief selector after his playing career, has died

Ashwin gets player of year, test player awards from ICC

Dec 22, 2016

India offspin bowler Ravichandran Ashwin, who took 48 wickets in eight tests in the past year, has been named the player of the year and test player of the year in awards announced Thursday by the International Cricket Council

India welcomes back Sindhu after rare medal in Rio

Aug 22, 2016

P.V. Sindhu, the 21-year-old badminton player who won one of India's two medals at the Rio de Janeiro Olympics, has returned to her hometown in southern India to cheering crowds

India could have worst Olympic performance since 1992

Aug 17, 2016

Indian officials, who vowed a strong showing at the Rio Games after years of dismal Olympic results, have seen their hopes crumble with a medal count that stands at zero

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