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In this episode, host Mihir Vasavda is joined by Nihal Koshie to speak about the unexpected performance of Avinash Sable in the 3000m steeplechase to clinch the silver medal. They also discuss the improvement of India's performance in track events.
In this episode, host Rahul Pandey joins Shivani Naik to talk about Murali Sreeshankar's turnaround during his penultimate jump as well as a foul that cost him his gold, the domination of India and Pakistan in wrestling, and the the Brummie classic "balti" that has all the Commonwealth athletes and spectators addicted.
Kate Cross and Alex Hartley answer questions sent in by the listeners and are joined by Barbados captain Hayley Matthews to tell us about her experience of the Commonwealth Games.
CWG Daily: Tejaswin’s tactical bronze, some of the best amateur boxing ever, and what to look forward to today
In this episode, hosts Mihir Vasavda and Rahul Pandey speak about how the CWG is the main stage for squash, Tejaswin Shankar's distinctively un-Indian habit of being very candid in his tactical performance, a boxing match India lost but worked out to be one of the best amateur matches ever, and what we can expect from today.
In this episode, Mihir Vasavda and Rahul Pandey speak about Saurav Ghosal's brilliant performance, how the judging criteria works in the light of the boxing result of Hussamuddin Mohammad, and Tulika Maan's journey to become a Silver medal judoka.
In this episode, hosts Mihir Vasavda and Rahul Pandey speak to Shivani Naik about Sharath Kamal's gold medal as well as his love for metal music, how lawn bowls may start its ascent to becoming a household name, a curious incident involving a hurriedly eaten sandwich, and a few too many name-based puns.
In this episode, hosts Mihir Vasavda and Rahul Pandey round up the events of day 4 of Commonwealth Games. They speak about the unexpected performance of India in lawn bowls, judoka Shushila Likmabam's journey and commitment to her sport, and the exciting hockey match between India and England. https://indianexpress.com/article/sports/sport-others/explainer-what-is-lawn-bowls-8064326/
In this episode, Rahul Pandey, Mihir Vasavda, and Shivani Naik speak about the introduction of the famous India Pakistan cricket rivalry to the Commonwealth stage, Asian-Canadian swimmer Margaret Mac Neil's performance and the lack of Asian representation in swimming, Jeremy Lalrinnunga's gold, and Srihari Nataraj's 50m qualification.
In this episode, Mihir Vasavda and Rahul Pandey speak to Shivani Naik about how Mirabai Chanu's consistently unmatched performance rallies the audience together, Britain's response to COVID during the games, and a rumour about a gold medal.
In this episode, the Indian Express’ Shivani Naik joins host Mihir Vasavda and Rahul Pandey to talk about the opening ceremony and its questionable outfits, India’s women’s cricket team performance, what makes a British crowd so charming, and the most notable results from day 3 of the games.
The glittering opening ceremony, with all its music and madness, is past us and the focus now shifts to sports. No major medal event lined up for India on Day 1 of the Games but plenty to look forward to even then: a clash against Pakistan in badminton, a match versus heavyweights Australia in cricket apart from prelim rounds in a host of sports – as well as the country’s CWG debut triathlon. In this episode of our special Commonwealth Games series, hosts Mihir Vasavda and Rahul Pandey discuss it all.
India's athletes are expected to win dozens of medals at the Commonwealth Games. The Indian Express' Shivani Naik joins host Mihir Vasavda and Rahul Pandey to give us a glimpse into all that's unfolding on ground in Birmingham along with sharp analysis of the day's big stories.
Alex and Kate look ahead to the Commonwealth Games, show off the new England kit and Alex shares a secret about a past celebrity crush
The 2022 Commonwealth Games are scheduled to take place in Birmingham (England) from 28 July to 8 August. In this episode, host Mihir Vasavda joins Indian Express’ Shivani Naik to discuss India’s prospects at the upcoming games, and the events you should look forward to. Plus, they also share some memorable (and embarrassing) stories of covering previous Commonwealth Games. (Episode image shows Perry, the 2022 CWG mascot, at the gates of Buckingham Palace)
World Cup winner Alex Hartley and England bowler Kate Cross chat through Alex taking a record 6-24, plus Kate's very excited about preparations for the Commonwealth Games.
Simon Mann is joined by England fast bowling trio Mark Wood, James Anderson and Saqib Mahmood to reflect on the One Day International career of Ben Stokes, who has announced his retirement from the format. We also hear from Stokes, who explains the reasoning behind his decision, with further analysis from his World Cup winning teammate Chris Woakes.
Simon Mann is joined by record breaking England bowler James Anderson and former India wicketkeeper Deep DasGupta to look back on India’s ODI series win over England. We hear from century maker Rishabh Pant, India captain Rohit Sharma and England captain Jos Buttler. Plus we discuss with our journalist panel whether England’s white ball team are overrated and hear from England managing director Rob Key.
For over a decade now, no world athlete has won a gold medal in Javelin at both the Olympics and the World Championships. But this time, Neeraj Chopra has a chance at accomplishing just that. In this episode, Indian Express’ Nihal Koshie joins host Mihir Vasavda to discuss the road ahead for Chopra, and his prospects at the ongoing World Championships.
In this episode of India's Greatest Cricketing Wins, we catch up with veteran offspinner Shivlal Yadav as we revisit a special victory India pulled off over neighbour and fierce rival Pakistan in Mumbai back in 1979. Vijay Lokapally speaks to the player-turned-administrator about that Test match, the state of spin bowling in India's cricketing ecosystem, why coaching never came up on Yadav's radar, and much more. Listen in. E01 ft. CD Gopinath: bit.ly/CDGopinath E02 ft. Farokh Engineer: bit.ly/FarokhEngineer E03 ft. Karsan Ghavri: bit.ly/KarsanGhavri E04 ft. Madan Lal: bit.ly/MadanLal E05 ft. Yajurvinder Singh: bit.ly/YajurvinderSingh E06 ft. Syed Kirmani: bit.ly/Syed_Kirmani From Eden Gardens to Perth - India’s greatest Test victories: bit.ly/3K1OX49 #CricketPodcast | #Podcast | #Cricket | #IndianCricket | #MatchpointParadox --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/sportstar-podcast/message
In this episode, Indian Express’ Rahul Pandey takes over as host and is joined by Sandip G to speak about the India v England test match. They talk about the Indian bowling attack, Jasprit Bumrah’s performance, and the expectations other teams have of the Indian team under the captainship of Virat Kohli.
Jonathan Agnew, Phil Tufnell and Deep Dasgupta reflect on England’s record victory over India in the fifth Test. Plus reaction from Joe Root, Ben Stokes, Johnny Bairstow and Jasprit Bumrah, and Andy Zaltzman provides statistical analysis.
Jonathan Agnew is joined by former England batsman Mark Ramprakash and the former India wicketkeeper Deep Dasgupta to reflect on an enthralling day's play at Edgbaston. Plus, could 'Baz Ball' change Test cricket for ever?
Analysis of Day Three of England's fifth test versus India with Jonathan Agnew, Mark Ramprakash, Deep DasGupta and Andy Zaltzman. Jonny Bairstow reflects on the day's play, and his own performance this summer.
Antiques Roadtrip superfan, Dan Norcross is joined by auctioneer and star of several antiquing TV shows, Charlie Ross. Charlie gives Dan his top tips for Roadtrip success and tells an anecdote with an unlikely hero, Piers Morgan.
Stuart Broad conceded a record 35 runs in an over as India dominated a rain shortened day at Edgbaston. Jonathan Agnew is joined by Mark Ramprakash, former India wicketkeeper Deep DasGupta and Andy Zaltzman. We also hear from James Anderson and Ravindra Jadeja plus Geoff Miller and Allan Lamb tell us more about “Blue for Bob” day in memory of Bob Willis.
Back from the Test at Taunton, England bowler Kate Cross and Alex Hartley reflect on a memorable four days. Plus, they're joined by Lauren Bell fresh from making her debut.
Rishabh Rajendra Pant is an Indian cricketer who plays as a middle order wicket-keeper batter for India, Delhi, and captains the Delhi Capitals in the Indian Premier League. He was the vice-captain of the India U-19 team for the 2016 Under-19 Cricket World Cup
In this episode, host Mihir Vasavda speaks to Indian Express' Shashank Nair about the barring of transgender women from competition in swimming by FINA, the debate between inclusivity and fairness, and the case of Laurel Hubbard, the first openly transgender woman to compete in the Olympics.
Jonathan Agnew, Mark Ramprakash and Deep Dasgupta reflect on the first day of the delayed fifth Test at Edgbaston. A stunning 146 from India’s Rishabh Pant saw the tourists recover from 98-5 after England chose to bowl first.
Jonathan Agnew is joined by Moeen Ali and Michael Vaughan to pay tribute to Eoin Morgan, who has announced his retirement from international cricket. We also hear from Morgan, who explains the reasoning behind his decision.
Henry Moeran speaks to two of the all time greats of women's cricket. Anya Shrubsole and Katherine Brunt discuss their retirement from International Test cricket and their careers throughout the years.
Jonathan Agnew, Daniel Norcross, Michael Vaughan, Jeremy Coney and Moeen Ali look back at a stunning day at Headingley in which Joe Root and Johnny Bairstow took just 65 minutes to score the 113 runs needed for England to seal a 3-0 series whitewash over New Zealand.
Jonthan Agnew, Michael Vaughan and Jeremy Coney look back at an enthralling day of Test cricket at Headingley, which saw Joe Root and Ollie Pope combine to leave England needing just 113 runs to win on the final day.
Jonathan Agnew is joined by Michael Vaughan and Jeremy Coney to discuss a fascinating third day of the final Test between England and New Zealand. A flurry of late wickets for the hosts put England in a commanding position ahead of day 4.
Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson broke over thirty world records and won eleven Paralympic gold medals in a glittering athletics career. She speaks to Aggers about travelling to India with Kapil Dev, accompanying Ian Botham on charity walks and her new role on the board at Yorkshire cricket club.
In this episode, host Mihir Vasavda speaks to FC Bengaluru United Head Coach Richard Hood about how to create a competitive football team at an Asian and global level, building neurological connections at a young age to develop skill, and the future of the sport in India.
Earlier this month, India's senior football team qualified for the Asian Cup after defeating Cambodia, Afghanistan, and Hong Kong. But the road ahead is not going to be easy, and the team will have to put in considerable efforts if they hope to make a mark in the tournament. In this episode, host Mihir Vasavda is joined by FC Bengaluru United Head Coach Richard Hood to talk about the challenges that the team will be facing in the Asian Cup, and the road ahead for Indian football.
Jonathan Agnew, Michael Vaughan, Sir Alistair Cook and Andy Zaltzman pick over a thrilling day which saw Johnny Bairstow and debutant Jamie Overton put on an unbroken 209 for the seventh wicket to claw England back in to the third Test against New Zealand.
Jonathan Agnew is joined by Alistair Cook and Jeremy Coney to discuss an intriguing start to the third Test at Headingley which saw Daryl Mitchell and Tom Blundell put on an unbeaten 102 for the sixth wicket after the tourists were reduced to 123-5 at tea.
Eleanor Oldroyd is joined by Phil Tufnell, Mark Wood and Tymal Mills to reflect on England men's One Day International 3-0 series win against the Netherlands. The team also preview England men's Test match against New Zealand at Headingley and hear from England women's Test captain Heather Knight ahead of their one and only domestic Test match this year against South Africa. Finally we debate whether a new '6ixty' ball competition in the Caribbean is a good idea or a marketing ploy?
Join Kate Cross and Alex Hartley as they discuss an amazing run-fest in Amsterdam, answer more of your questions and discuss whether it's ever acceptable to have tuna on a pizza.
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Krishnakumar Dinesh Karthik is an Indian professional cricketer who nationally plays for the Indian Cricket Team and currently in Indian Premier League playing for Royal Challengers Bangalore. He is also the current captain of the Tamil Nadu cricket team in domestic cricket.