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Menstrual Dysfunction Prevalent in Young Athletes

Researchers, including one of Indian-origin, have found that menstrual dysfunction is more prevalent in young athletes than among non-athletes of a similar age. The study,...

Rijiju Pays Tribute to Dhyan Chand on his 115th Birth Anniversary

Union Sports Minister Kiren Rijiju on Saturday morning paid a floral tribute to the statue of Dhyan Chand on the occasion of the hockey...

International Gymnastics Federation Sets Up Solidarity Fund for Athletes

The International Gymnastics Federation (FIG) has said that a solidarity fund will be set up to support athletes affected by the COVID-19 pandemic as...

Top 7 Vitamins and Nutrients Essential for Athletes

BY PUJA GUPTA In the world of health and fitness, a balanced diet coupled with a healthy lifestyle is the foundation for athletes to build...

Study Says, Excess Physical Activity Can Be Harmful for Athletes

Researchers have found that, in top Athletes, excess physical activity could be harmful and also associated with major fatigue and reduced performances. The study published...

Professional Athletes Choosing to Fuel their Bodies with Healthy Vegan Foods

This National Nutrition Week (September 1-7), there's no denying that a growing number of professional athletes are choosing to fuel their bodies with healthy...

Exposure to UV Rays, Which Most Often Comes from Sun, Can Cause Skin Cancer in Athletes

Exposure to the ultraviolet (UV) rays, which most often comes from the sun, can cause skin cancer in athletes, according to a new study....

S. African Runner Caster Semenya Files an Appeal to Uphold Testosterone Regulations

South African runner Caster Semenya filed an appeal Wednesday against the Court of Arbitration for Sport's decision to uphold testosterone regulations for some female...

IOA Sets Limits to Fast-Rising Talents For Asiad 2018

Apart from fast-rising talents, only the top-eight performers in team events and the top-six performers in individual events in the last four years' continental...

More than 200 Commonwealth Games Athletes Seek Asylum in Australia and 50 Go Missing

More than 200 Commonwealth Games athletes and officials remain in Australia after applying for refugee visas, with another 50 staying in the country illegally. The...

In a first, government to confer Khel Ratna to 4 athletes

New Delhi, August 22,2016: In an unprecedented move, the country's highest sporting award - Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna-will be conferred upon four athletes with...

Indian Cuisine on menu at Rio Olympics, daily allowance doubled: Sports Ministry

The Sports Ministry said that some athletes had insisted on getting Indian cuisine during their stay The Indian Olympics Association had also requested...

Inderjeet, Chand, Babar bag gold at national athletics

Kolkata: Three of India's top athletes Lalita Babar, Inderjeet Singh and Dutee Chand bagged gold in their respective events on the second day of...

IAAF accused of suppressing athletes’ doping study

New York, The International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) has been accused of blocking a study which showed as many as a third of the...

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