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Bengal cricket team selector tests positive for Covid-19

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Kolkata/IBNS: Bengal cricket team selector Sagarmoy Sensharma has tested positive for Novel Coronavirus or Covid-19, said Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) president Abhishek Dalmiya on Friday, media reports said.
2020 Boston Marathon cancelled, to be held virtually
Washington/Xinhua/UNI: The 2020 Boston Marathon has been canceled for the first time in its 124-year history due to COVID-19, the Boston Athletic Association (BAA) said.
Never said India lost World Cup match against England intentionally: Ben Stokes
Mumbai/IBNS: English cricketer Ben Stokes has clarified that he never meant India lost a match against England in the 2019 World Cup intentionally after the all-rounder singled out Mahendra Singh Dhoni's way of batting in the particular match which was lost by the men-in-blue.   
After anti-Covid lockdown break, India to return to cricket field playing against Australi...
Mumbai/IBNS: The Indian cricket team will be back in action after months of break due to the anti-Covid-19 lockdown in a T20I series followed by a Test competition against Australia this year.
COVID-19 Scare: NZ Cricket to cut jobs by 10-15 pc to cover financial losses
Wellington/UNI: New Zealand Cricket is looking to cut its workforce by 10-15 per cent and save NZ$ 6 million in operational expenses in order to deal with the 'challenges' posed by the COVID-19 outbreak, Chief Executive David White said on Wednesday.
Despite COVID-19 threat, Anil Kumble optimistic about IPL 2020
Mumbai/UNI: ICC Cricket Committee Chairman Anil Kumble believes there are chances of the IPL happening this year without spectators due to COVID-19 pandemic.
Emergency response team for 2022 Winter Olympics ski venue
Shijiazhuang/Xinhua: The ski venue of the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics in Chongli, north China's Hebei Province, has set up an emergency response team to better serve the event.
Shikhar Dhawan reveals plans after his retirement from cricket
New Delhi/IBNS: India's dangerous opening batsman Shikhar Dhawan feels he has a plenty of options to pursue following his retirement from cricket.
How to Prevent Sports Injuries to Make a Professional Athlete Match Fit
The very word “prevention” indicates the fact that something needs to be nipped in the bud. In the following paragraphs, we’ll talk about the prevention of injuries in sports, but all the above facts can also refer to the population of recreational athletes. The only difference is in the training load.
Australia pacer Mitchell Starc keen for pink-ball Test against India
Melbourne/UNI: Australia pacer Mitchell Starc on Tuesday said that he is looking forward to the prospect of playing a pink-ball Test during India's next Test tour of the country.
Playing cricket in bio-secure environment unrealistic, says Rahul Dravid
New Delhi/UNI: Former India captain Rahul Dravid has said that the idea of creating bio-secure environments, which is being planned by the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) to resume cricket, is unrealistic.
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