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Pankaj Advani wins his record 22nd world billiards title

18th September, 2019 - Pankaj Advani increased his tally of world titles to twenty-two by winning the fourth final within the 150 at the IBSF World Billiards Championship on 14th Sept 2019 in Mandalay of Myanmar. India's Pankaj Advani defeated England's Mike Russell in 5-2 to enter the final of the IBSF World Billiards Championship. Thway Oo had beaten the Russell in the semifinals last year before losing to Advani within the final. The match was equally poised at 2 frames result in Pankaj Advani (India) defeated Mike Russell (England) 5-2.

About IBSF: The IBSF World table game Championship is the premier international and non-professional tournament for the English billiards sanctioned by the International Billiards and Snooker Federation in 1973.

About Pankaj Arjan Advani: He is an Indian billiards and snooker player. He won Indian National Championship titles in 5 completely different years: 2005, 2008, 2012, 2017 and recently in 2019.

Month: Current Affairs September 2019

Kapil Dev to be the first chancellor of Rai Sports University

18th September, 2019 - The Haryana Government has appointed cricket legend Kapil Dev as the first Chancellor of Rai Sports University. The minister of Haryana Anil Vij had approved the proposal to upgrade the sports university on Sept 14th in Sonepat. The Sports University of Haryana in Sonepat is conducting the educational and coaching programs in education and sports sciences and as well as in sports technology and medicine.

About Kapil Dev: Kapil dev was a baseball player and he is a quick bowler. He is one of the best captains in India. Dev captained the Indian cricket team that won the 1983 Cricket World Cup. He was India's national cricket coach between 1999 and August 2000. He retired in 1994. He is the sole player within the history of 434 wickets and scored 5000 runs in Tests. Dev was inducted into the ICC Cricket Hall of Fame On 11th March 2010.

Month: Current Affairs September 2019

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Sourabh Verma won Vietnam Open Super 100 title

18th September, 2019 - India's Sourabh Verma won three-game over China's Sun Fei Xiang to claim the men's singles title at the USD 75,000 Vietnam Open BWF Tour Super 100 badminton tournament. He won the Hyderabad Open and Slovenian International recovered from a mid-game slump to beat Sun 21-12 17-21 21-14 in the summit clash which lasted an hour and 12 minutes. The Chinese blazing in the second game zooming to a 8-0 lead. He lead 11-5 at the interval and even though the Indian proved an uphill task as Sun roared back into the contest. Indians maintained his lead the Chinese snapping at his heels. Sourabh blasted off the next four points to shut the door on his opponent and win his third title of the year. The 26-year-old from Madhya Pradesh won the Dutch Open and Korea Open.

Month: Current Affairs September 2019

Payas Jain won silver at ITTF Asian Junior and Cadet Championship

17th September, 2019 - India made a silver splash at the IITF World Asian and Cadet Championship as the country's accomplished table tennis player Payas Jain and junior boys team bagged silver in Cadet Boy's Singles and Junior Boys' Team events. Jain show his aggression initially but in the face of a fine attacking play by the Chinese. The Delhi paddler wilted and lost 11-13, 6-11, 8-11, 5-11 in less than 20 minutes. There was a time in the first game when Jain matched his Chinese rival and even deuced after trailing. The top-seeded Chinese converted the point at the second opportunity to go ahead. Jain's silver medal earned him a berth in the Asian squad will participate in the World Cadet Challenge at Wladyslawowo.

Month: Current Affairs September 2019

England greats Boycott & Strauss honoured with knighthoods

14th September, 2019 - England cricket greats Geoffrey Boycott and Andrew Strauss honoured with Knighthoods by Theresa May in her resignation honours list. The former cricketers have received the honour for their services to sport after outstanding careers for England. Geoffrey Boycott played 108 tests between 1964 and 1982 for England. He scored 8,114 Test runs at an average of 47.72. Andrew Strauss played 100 tests for England from 2004-12 scoring more than 7,000 runs at an average of 40.91 and captained the team to two Ashes series wins. He served as England’s director of cricket between 2015 and 2018.

Month: Current Affairs September 2019

Kenyas Kosgei sets new record in 2019 Great North Run

12th September, 2019 - Kenya’s Brigid Kosgei won the women’s half-marathon event in 2019 Great North Run in Newcastle, England. She finished the run with a time duration of 1 hour four minutes and twenty-eight seconds. Her time was twenty-three seconds faster than Kenyan Joyciline Jepkosgei on September 8th, 2019 in London.

Brigid Kosgei: Brigid Jepscheschir Kosgei is a Kenyan marathoner before this event she won the 2018 Chicago Marathon, London marathon. She came second at the 2017 Chicago Marathon and 2018 London Marathon.

Winners:
Women’s half marathon:

  1. Brigid Kosgei - First (1:04:28)
  2. Magdalene Masai - Second (1:07.36)
  3. Linet Nilotic - Third (1:07:44)
Men’s elite race:
  1. Mo Farah won for a record of the sixth year with 59min 7sec
  2. Tamirat Tola won second with a duration of 59min 13sec
  3. Abdi Nageeye of Netherlands was third with a duration of 59min 55 sec.
A Great North Run: Great North Run is the largest half marathon in the world. It was established in 1981. It takes place from Newcastle upon Tyne to the Town Moor, North East England.

Month: Current Affairs September 2019

Worlds highest marathon was held in Ladakh

12th September, 2019 - The 8th edition of Ladakh Marathon was held in Leh town, Jammu Kashmir. More than 6,000 runners from different parts of India and 25 foreign countries participated in the marathon. It was sponsored by Ladakh Autonomous Hill Development Council (LAHDC). The full marathons were jointly flagged off by the Chief Executive Councillor of LAHDC, Leh Gyal Phunchok Wangyal and Additional District Development Commissioner Mozes Kunzang. The half marathon was flagged off by Dilbag Singh, J&K Director General of Police. The 7-km-long Run for Fun was flagged off by Lt Genl YK Joshi, GoC of 14 Corp of the Army.

Highest marathon: All four categories marathon are held at over 11, 000 feet above the mean sea level. This marathon is known as the highest marathon in the world. The 4 categories of Ladakh Marathon are 72-km Ultra Khardungla Challenge, 42-km full and 21-km half marathon and 7-km long Run for Fun.

Ladakh Marathon: Ladakh Marathon is held in Leh, J&K. It was first held in 2012. The 7th edition of the Ladakh Marathon was held in 2018. The 9th edition is to be held in 2020. It will be a qualifying race for the Abbot World Marathon Majors. The marathon has got international recognization. The marathon was held with an aim to foster the national spirit and to encourage sport in Ladakh.

Winners:
72-km Ultra Khardungla Challenge: Ladakh Scouts Regimental Centre (LSRC) clinched all the top three position of the world highest 72-km Ultra Khardungla Challenge.

  1. Shabir got the first position and clocked 06:53:34
  2. Stanzin Norboo stood second and clocked 06:53:39
  3. Rigzin Norboo stood on the third position with a timing of 06:54:31

Full Marathon: Women category:

  1. Jigmet Dolma of Egoo village stood the first position
  2. Tsetan Dolkar of Lamayuru village stood the second position
  3. Namgyal Lhamo of Dhomkhar village stood the third position

Full Marathon: Men category:

  1. Shabir Hussain stood the first position
  2. Jigmet Nurboo stood second position
  3. Manzoor Hussain stood the third position

Half Marathon: Women category:

  1. Tashi Ladol stood first position
  2. Stanzin Chondol stood second position
  3. Diskit Dolma stood the third position

Month: Current Affairs September 2019

Rafael clinched the 2019 US Open title

11th September, 2019 - World number two Rafael Nadal won the 2019 US Open title. He defeated world number five Daniil Medvedev. This is Nadal's 4th US Open title. He secured 7-5, 6-3, 5-7, 4-6, 6-4 to win the title. He received a top prize of $3.85 million. The Spanish player stands second, only after Roger Federer, by winning 19 Grand Slam men's singles titles. Roger Federer has won 20 Grand Slam men's singles titles. Nadal has won the title previously in 2010, 2013 and 2017. Till date, Nadal has won 4 U.S. Opens, 12 French Opens, 2 Wimbledons, and one Australian Open Grand slam titles.

US Open 2019: The United States Open Tennis Championships was initiated in 1881. US Open 2019 is the 139th edition of the game. The championship was held in New York, United States.

Result:
Men's title: Singles: Rafael Nadal
Doubles: Juan Sebastián Cabal, Robert Farah
Women's title: Singles: Bianca Andreescu
Doubles: Elise Mertens, Aryna Sabalenka
Mixed doubles title: Bethanie Mattek-Sands, Jamie Murray

Month: Current Affairs September 2019

Anupama Swain won bronze in World Martial Arts Mastership Jiu Jitsu 2019

8th September, 2019 - Anupama Swain won a bronze medal in the recently concluded World Martial Arts Mastership Jiu-Jitsu 2019. The event was held in Chungju, South Korea. She qualified for 2022 Asian Games. She is the only Indian to participate in the championship.

Jiu-Jitsu is a form of martial art and combat sport and it puts the entire focus on grappling with particular emphasis on ground fighting.

Month: Current Affairs September 2019

Rashid Khan becomes younger ever captain in Test cricket history

7th September, 2019 - Afghan Cricketer Rashid Khan has become the youngest ever captain in 142 years of Test cricket history. The leg spinner Khan is currently captaining Afghanistan in the one-off Test against Bangladesh. Rashid achieved this stage at the age of 20 years and 350 days. He smashed the previous record of 20 years and 358 days set by Zimbabwe's Tatenda Taibu against Sri Lanka in 2004. The third person in the list is Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi. He was 21 years and 77 days old when he led India against the West Indies in Bridgetown in 1962.

Month: Current Affairs September 2019

Qatar unveils 2022 FIFA World Cup logo round the globe

6th September, 2019 - Qatar unveiled the 2022 FIFA World Cup logo. It will hosted by the Gulf emirate displaying it in public spaces in Doha and cities around the world. The design is a stylised Arabic white unisex shawl with maroon patterning. It displayed in a figure-of-eight symbolising infinity while creating a heart shape above the words. The logo is very elegant and showing local culture with the burgundy colour of the Qatari flag, Algerian hospitality worker Mourad Bencheikh. The 2022 event will be held in November and December to avoid the scorching Gulf summer.It is designed by late British-Iraqi architect Zaha Hadid and located in a coastal town south of Doha is estimated to have cost around $575 million. Qatar is building or refurbishing for 2022, Khalifa International already open and will host this year's World Athletics Championships.

Month: Current Affairs September 2019

Steve Smith claimed the top spot in ICC Test Rankings

5th September, 2019 - Indian captain Virat Kohli got second in the ICC Test Rankings. The overall score is 76 in the first innings this year. Steve Smith is on the top spot. August 2018 when Smith serving a ban for his role in the Newlands ball-tampering scandal that Kohli overtook him on the charts. Kohli will have to wait until October when South Africa visit India for a Test series before he can challenge Smith again. India's Ajinkya Rahane returned to the top 10 rising four places to No.7. Hanuma Vihari described by Kohli as the find of the series shot up 40 places to No.30 after just six Tests.

Month: Current Affairs September 2019

Jinson Johnson of Kerala brokes his own 1500m national record by winning silver medal in Berlin

4th September, 2019 - Asian Games gold medallist Jinson Johnson won 1500m national record a silver in the ISTAF Berlin event. He clocked 3 minute 35.24 seconds to finish second behind Joshua Thompson of United States at the Olympic Stadium. The earlier national record in the name of the 28-year-old Kerala runner was 3:37.62 had clocked at Nijmegen in the Netherlands in June. He also holds the 800m national record (1:45.65). With his own national record shattering effort, Jinson also qualified for the World Championships to be held in Doha. The World Championships qualifying time is 3:36.00. Jinson won the 2018 Asian Games gold in 1500m with a time of 3:44.72.

Month: Current Affairs September 2019

Shooter Yashaswini Singh Deswal won gold at ISSF World Cup

3rd September, 2019 - Shooter Yashaswini Singh Deswal won gold at ISSF World Cup 2019 at Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. She became the world champion in the women’s 10m Air Pistol event. Yashaswini Singh Deswal defeated Olena Kostevyc, 2004 Athens Olympic champion, by finishing 1.9 points ahead of her. With this win, she has secured India's ninth Olympic quota in shooting.

About Yashaswini Singh Deswal: Yashaswini is an Indian sport shooter. She is the daughter of SS Deswal who is an IPS officer. He is the deputy general of Indo-Tibetan Border Police. Her mother Saroj Deswal is the Chief Commissioner of Income Tax in Panchkula.

Month: Current Affairs September 2019

V K Vismaya won gold in womens 400m held at MJS athletics Czech Republic

30th August, 2019 - Indian sprinter V K Vismaya won a best timing of 52.12s and won the gold medal in the women's 400m run at the International Athletic Meeting Josef Seckr Memorial (MJS) in Brno, Czech Republic. The 22-year-old Indian won the yellow metal, while compatriots Poovamma Machettira and Subha Venkatesan finished second and third with timings of 53.47s and Sudha 53.67s respectively. Vismaya scored a personal best of 52.48 at Nove Mesto and Metuj (CZE) along with the quartermilers in Europe. Hima Das recently won six gold medals in European races.

Month: Current Affairs August 2019

Lt Gen Puri became first serving first serving Lt Gen to complete 1,200 km Paris Brest Paris circuit

29th August, 2019 - Lieutenant General Anil Puri completed France's oldest cycling event, 1,200km Paris-Brest-Paris circuit. He became the first serving Lieutenant General-rank officer of the Indian Army. Lt Gen Puri, the 56-year-old officer completed the event by cycling non-stop for 90 hours. 367 participants represented India. Around 80 successfully completed the trek. Six army personnel secured berths at the event for having completed at least one 1,000-km non-stop cycling event during their respective careers. 1,200- km

Paris-Brest-Paris circuit: Rambouillet hosted the 1,200- km Paris-Brest-Paris circuit 2019 event. The event was started in 1931. Over 31,125 riders have managed to complete Paris-Brest-Paris Randonneur since then.

Month: Current Affairs August 2019

PV Sindhu won Gold at the 2019 BWF World Championships

26th August, 2019 - Indian badminton and World number five PV Sindhu won gold at the BWF World Championships 2019. She became the first-ever Indian badminton player to win a gold medal at the event. PV Sindhu defeated world number four Nozomi Okuhara of Japan and secured 21-7, 21-7. This is her fifth medal at the world championships. With this, she has become only the fourth singles player ever to have a full set of world championship medals. In the previous editions of the World Championships, she secured:
  • Bronze in 2013
  • Bronze in 2014
  • Silver in 2017
  • Silver in 2018
  • Gold in 2019
The Badminton World Federation (BWF) World Championships was held from 19 to 25 August in Basel, Switzerland. It is the 25th edition of the championship and 45 countries participated in the badminton tournament.

Month: Current Affairs August 2019

Indian team retain top-spot in ICC test rankings

20th August, 2019 - ICC Indian skipper Virat Kohli retained the top spot in the Test batsmen's rankings.It is officially released by the International Cricket Council in Dubai. Australia's Steve Smith occurred the second position. Smith overtook New Zealand Captain Kane Williamson to reach the second spot. Smith is just nine points behind Kohli. Kohli has 922 points. Smith has 913 points. Australia's Pat Cummins retained the top spot. India are on top of the team table with 113 points followed by New Zealand 111 points and South Africa 108 points. International Cricket Council Chairperson: Shashank Manohar Headquarters: Dubai, United Arab Emirates Founded: 15 June 1909

Month: Current Affairs August 2019

Hima and Anas won gold in the Athleticky Mitink Reiter 2019

19th August, 2019 - Indian sprinters Hima Das and Mohammad Anas won gold at the Athleticky Mitink Reiter event in the Czech Republic. They won gold in the women's and men's 300m category respectively. India's Nirmal Tom clinched bronze in men's 300m category. Muhammed Anas clocked 32.41 seconds to claim gold in the event. India's Nirmal Tom clocked 33.03 seconds. This is her 6th gold medal this year 2019. On July 20 she clinched gold in her pet 400m event at Nove Mesto in the Czech Republic.

Month: Current Affairs August 2019

India clinched gold at Under- 12 Asian Tennis Team Championship 2019 in Kazakhstan

19th August, 2019 - India won gold at the Under 12 Asian Tennis Team championship. The event held in Kazakhstan. India defeated Chinese Taipei in the score 2-1 in the summit clash to win the title. The final was a tie of three matches. Indian Team won both the singles matches. The team comprised of Manas Dhamme, Arnav Paprakar and Tamil Nadu's Pranav Rethin. Manas and Rethin won their singles matches.

Month: Current Affairs August 2019

India won historic Gold at 2019 Junior Track World Cycling Championship

18th August, 2019 - Indian men’s cyclist team won a gold medal at the World Junior Track Cycling Championships in Frankfurt, Germany. The team is comprised of Esow Alben, Ronaldo Singh, James Singh, and Rohit Singh. It is India’s 1st-ever gold in a global cycling competition. Indian cyclist team defeated Australia. The 44.681 seconds in the gold medal race. The Indian men’s junior team is ranked No. 2, behind Malaysia In individual Men’s Keirin Event at World Junior Track Cycling Championships. In individual Men’s Keirin Event at World Junior Track Cycling Championships in Frankfurt, Esow Alben of India won a bronze medal.
About Esow Alben:
  • At present, Esow Alben, cycling star from Andaman and Nicobar Islands is top-ranked junior cyclist in the world in sprint and keirin event.
  • He became the first Indian to win a medal at the Junior Track Cycling World Championships when he won silver in men’s Keirin event.

Month: Current Affairs August 2019

Bajrang Punia to get Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Award 2019

17th August, 2019 - Bajrang Punia awarded Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Award 2019. It is the highest country award in India. Bajrang Punia is set to be awarded the Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Award 2019. The country's highest sporting honour. Punia will be rewarded with the award for his consistent showing in the field of wrestling. Punia along with Vinesh Phogat was recommended by the Wrestling Federation of India (WFI) for the prestigious award.
His achievements:
  • Punia stamped his authority in the Asian circuit.
  • He won the Asian Wrestling Championships in Xi'an, China.
  • Punia won the gold medal in the 65-kg freestyle wrestling event at the Asian Games held in Jakarta.
  • He defeated Japanese wrestler Takatani Daichi 11-8.
  • He won the gold medal in the same category at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games.
  • He overcame Kane Charig of Wales by Technical Superiority to clinch the gold.
Indian cricket team skipper Virat Kohli and weightlifter Mirabai Chanu were awarded the Khel Ratna Award. The first recipient of the award was Chess Grandmaster Viswanathan Anand who was honored for his performance in the year 1991-92.

Month: Current Affairs August 2019

Ravi Shastri appointed as Head Coach of Indian Cricket Team

17th August, 2019 - Former Cricketer Ravi Shashtri appointed as the head coach of Indian cricket team. His term will be for another two years. Cricket Advisory Committee is led by former Indian Cricket captain Kapil Dev. He is along with Anshuman Gaekwad and Shantha Rangaswamy conducted interviews of shortlisted candidates for Indian cricket team’s head coach. Shastri played the role of the Team Director earlier. He is currently the head coach of the Indian team. His term after given a 45-day extension following the World Cup. Shastri represented India in 80 Tests and 150 ODIs.

Month: Current Affairs August 2019

P.T. Usha was appointed in AAAs Athletes Commission

15th August, 2019 - Legendary Indian sprinter P.T. Usha, one of India’s greatest athletes. She is appointed as a member of the Asian Athletics Association’s (AAA) Athletes Commission. This is the 2nd time she is appointed as member. P.T. Usha appointed a member of the Asian Athletics Association’s Athletes Commission. She will be one of the six members of the AAA Athletes Commission, to be headed by 1992 Olympics gold medallist hammer thrower Andrey Abduvaliyev of Uzbekistan.

Month: Current Affairs August 2019

Rafael Nadal won Montreal Masters title

13th August, 2019 - Rafael Nadal won the Montreal Masters Cup. He won the 35th Masters crown. He defeated Russian Daniil Medvedev. He extended his record haul of Masters 1000 titles. Nadal got the title for the first time in his career. Rafael Nadal, it was the third title of 2019.

Month: Current Affairs August 2019

Amla retires from international cricket

10th August, 2019 - South African batsman Hashim Amla retired from all international cricket. Amla played 124 Tests, 181 ODIs and 44 T20Is between his 15-year-long cricketing career. The score is more than 18,000 runs, including 55 centuries and 88 other scores in excess of 50. Hashim Mohammed Amla OIS is a former South African international cricketer who played for South Africa in all three formats of the game.

Month: Current Affairs August 2019

Serena Williams Tops Forbes List Of Highest-Paid Sports Women

9th August, 2019 - US tennis superstar Serena Williams topped Forbes magazine's list of the highest-paid women in sports for the fourth straight year. The business publication calculated that the 23-time Grand Slam singles champion earned $29.2 million in the 12-month period. Japan's Naomi Osaka burst to international stardom with a stunning upset of Williams in the 2018 US Open final and went on to win the Australian Open in January became just the fourth woman to earn more than $20 million in a year. Osaka's earnings is at $24.3 million, putting her second on a list dominated by tennis players. Former Wimbledon champion Angelique Kerber third on the list with earnings of $11.8 million followed by this year's Wimbledon champion Simona Halep. The highest placed athlete from a different sport was US footballer Alex Morgan, who clocked in at 12th. Morgan earned $5.8 million, most of it are in endorsements. Indian badminton star PV Sindhu and Thai golfer Ariya Jutanugarn were the other non-tennis players in the top 15.

Month: Current Affairs August 2019

P.V. Sindhu among Forbes 2019 list of worlds highest-paid female athletes

8th August, 2019 - India's badminton star P.V. Sindhu is the only athlete from the country to be named among the world’s highest-paid female athletes by Forbes, a list topped by tennis great Serena Willams. Sindhu is tied for 13th place in The Highest-Paid Female Athletes 2019 list released by Forbes. She secured total earnings of $5.5 million, She became the first Indian to win the season-ending BWF World Tour finals in 2018. The list of the world’s top 15 female athletes is topped by Williams. She earned total earnings of $29.2 million. The second spot is Naomi Osaka, she has a total earnings of $24.3 million.

Month: Current Affairs August 2019

Steve Smith becomes 2nd fastest to score 25 Test centuries

7th August, 2019 - Steven Smith became the second-fastest batsman to register 25 centuries in the Test format. He achieved the feat during the second innings of the first Ashes Test match against England. He recorded his 25th century in 119th innings and went past Indian skipper Virat Kohli who had achieved the feat in 127 innings. Smith became the fifth Australian batsman to register centuries in both innings of Ashes Test. Former Indian cricketer Sachin Tendulkar achieved the milestone in his 130th Test innings. Don Bradman's record of 25 centuries in 68 innings remains unbeaten. Former England skipper Michael Vaughan lauded Smith the right-handed batsman is the best Test match. Australia managed to score 284 runs, owing to Smith's knock of 144 runs. Australia, England scored 374 runs, gaining a lead of 90 runs. Smith became the second-fastest to register 24 centuries in the Test format. Smith recorded his 24th century in 118th innings. Virat Kohli achieved the feat in 123 innings.

Month: Current Affairs August 2019

Fiona Kolbinger first woman to win 4,000km cycling race

7th August, 2019 - German cancer researcher Fiona Kolbinger won the mixed annual 4,000km(2,485 miles) cycling Transcontinental Race from Burgas in Bulgaria. She becomes the first woman to win one of the world’s toughest cycling races. She took 10 days, 2 hours and 48 minutes to complete the challenge. It includes about 40,000 metres (131,000ft) of climbing. Bulgaria Bulgaria is a Balkan nation with diverse terrain encompassing Black Sea coastline, a mountainous interior, and rivers, including the Danube. A cultural melting pot with Greek, Slavic, Ottoman, and Persian influences, it has a rich heritage of traditional dance, music, costumes, and crafts.

Month: Current Affairs August 2019

Lewis Hamilton won Hungarian Grand Prix

5th August, 2019 - Formula One Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton won the Hungarian Grand Prix He defeated Max Verstappen for a record-extending seventh time. He won 62 points clear in the championship. Lewis Hamilton He is a British racing driver races in Formula One for Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport. He is one of the greatest drivers in the history of the sport.

Month: Current Affairs August 2019