India’s badly run sports federations need a large dose of the Lodha panel’s reforms
Reform immediately, says the SC-backed Lodha panel, or else.... And the BCCI drags its feet towards the brink.
Lalit Modi’s expulsion period from the BCCI ended this week. A return looks tough, and he’s uncertain.
No course can prepare one to manage athletes. It’s all down to patience, gut feeling and being practical.
The Lodha Committee has rung the bell for long-term cricket administrators. They’re now looking at proxies to retain control.
The triathlete, on her book Anywhere But Home, and the sport she lives with.
Pakistani manufacturers of sports goods score big in exports by concentrating on making footballs
P. Gopichand’s obsession with badminton is at the root of his academy emerging as a centre of excellence
Haryana’s girls and their families have found in sports a way out of the confines of the khap
Disciplined training with ‘periodisation’ plays a crucial role in making Usain Bolt an epitome of durability
It is not the judiciary’s job to bring about changes in a statutory body, even if it is the controversial Board of Control for Cricket in India
Marta’s stocks have outstripped Neymar’s, and how Jenna Bush let her hand do all the talking
Beneath the spit and polish of the Olympics, Brazil is riven by a deep fissure, as a gang of the privileged few in power is determined to undo the country’s hard-won socialist gains