The search is on for a new host for the FIDE Chess Olympiad. Read the updates from ISL to Para Asian Archery Championship here
Our sports bulletin is present for news of sports tournaments around the world. In this special bulletin of TV9, you will get updates from national tournaments to international leagues. Chess Olympiad from Russia (FIDE Chess Olympiad) After snatching the host, now India is ready to bid for it. Talk Kerala Blasters (Kerala Blasters) Controversial player Jorge Pereira (George Parera) About whom the All India Football Federation had banned.
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) on Friday urged sporting bodies to cancel or move all competitions to be held in Russia and Belarus due to escalating tensions between Russia and Ukraine. The compound mixed pair of Shyam Sundar Swamy and Jyoti Baliyan won a silver medal to give India its first medal at the Dubai World Archery Para Championships on Friday. At the same time, Sadia Tariq of Kashmir also hoisted the country’s flag in Moscow.
Kashmir’s Wushu player Sadia won gold in Moscow
India’s star player Sadia Tariq has won the gold medal in the Moscow Wushu Stars Championship by performing brilliantly. He has won the gold medal of the championship. In the final match of the championship, he defeated the Russian player. This tournament is being organized in the capital of Russia from 22 to 28 February. Saadia is a two-time Gold Junior National Wushu Champion
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India to bid to host Chess Olympiad
A senior All India Chess Federation (AICF) official said on Saturday that the AICF will bid to host the 44th leg of this year’s Chess Olympiad as its hosting has been shifted to Russia. AICF Secretary Bharat Singh Chauhan told PTI, “Yes, we are bidding for Chess Olympiad this year. The budget of the tournament will be 10 million dollars (about 75 crores). Chess Olympiad 2022 was to be held in Moscow from July 26 to August 8. But on Friday, FIDE (the International Chess Federation) decided to withdraw the Chess Olympiad and all other official competitions from Russia because it has invaded Ukraine.
AIFF’s soft stand on Kerala Blasters’ George Perera
The All India Football Federation (AIFF) disciplinary committee has decided not to impose any further sanctions against Kerala Blasters player George Pereira Diaz after he apologized for his conduct during the Indian Super League match against ATK Mohun Bagan on Friday. . Perera was accused of ‘violent conduct’ during the match but he apologized for his action. The AIFF had given him a show cause notice saying that his conduct was indecent to a professional footballer. This also harms the interests and reputation of the club. Pereira Diaz will now be available for selection in Kerala Blasters FC’s next match against Chennaiyin FC on Saturday.
IOC appeals for cancellation of competitions held in Russia
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) on Friday urged sporting bodies to cancel or move all competitions held in Russia and Belarus and stop using flags and national anthems of these countries. Prior to this request from the Olympic body, UEFA has handed over the responsibility of hosting the Champions League final from St Petersburg to Paris. Simultaneously, the governing body of skiing and Formula One withdrew events in Russia. World championships in both volleyball and shooting are proposed in Russia.
Hockey Olympian Rashid demanded lifting of the ban
Pakistan’s gold-medallist hockey Olympian Rashid-ul-Hasan has given a legal notice to the Pakistan Hockey Federation (PHF) demanding an apology and lifting of his 10-year ban. He has also sought damages of Rs 25 crore from PHF for tarnishing his reputation. In a legal notice served through his lawyer, Rashid, a member of the 1984 Los Angeles Olympic gold medalist Pakistan team, has asked the PHF to immediately withdraw the ban and be prepared to publish a public apology or face legal action. Rashid was banned for 10 years by the PHF for allegedly using objectionable language against Prime Minister Imran Khan.
India got its first medal in the Dubai World Archery Para Championship
The compound mixed pair of Shyam Sundar Swamy and Jyoti Baliyan won a silver medal to give India its first medal at the Dubai World Archery Para Championships on Friday. The Indian pair led by two points (78-76) in the first half but came under pressure in the end, losing 148-150 to Russia’s Ber Shigaev and Tatiana Andreevskaya to settle for second place. The Shyam-Jyothi pair beat the French pair of Julie Chupin and Thierry Josaume 151-145 in the semi-finals to ensure at least a silver medal. Indian para archers had won medals in every tournament since 2017 except the World Championships. India had earlier participated in two World Archery Para Championships – Beijing 2017 and Den Bosch 2019 – in which Rakesh Kumar came close to winning the bronze medal.