Swimming Australia eyes Plan B in case of Tokyo cancellation

Sydney, Jan 23(Agencies):Australia has started discussions about a replacement domestic or virtual international competition for its athletes in case the Tokyo Olympics are cancelled, president Kieren Perkins said.Organisers were forced to reiterate their commitment to holding the Games in July and August after a report on Friday said Japan’s government had privately concluded the Games […]

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Three cases linked to Australia Open carry highly virulent COVID-19 variant

Melbourne, Jan 23 9Agencies): people in hotel quarantine associated with the Australian Open tennis tournament have tested positive for the highly transmissible coronavirus variant linked to the United Kingdom, officials said on Saturday.The three quarantined in Melbourne are not players, said the state agency responsible for quarantining overseas travellers. All have been in hard lockdown […]

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No one learns algebra in Class I Pant will improve gradually as wicketkeeper Saha

Kolkata, Jan 22 (Agencies): Rishabh Pant the batsman redeemed himself spectacularly in Australia and his much-criticised wicket-keeping skills are also on the mend, feels senior India stumper Wriddhman Saha who wants the youngster to be given some breathing space as “no one learns algebra in class I”.Saha, who is considered India’s number one Test wicketkeeper, […]

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