Pankaj Advani opens up about winning the World Billiards and Snooker Championships back-to-back in 2017

The show, which was launched on 28 August 2020 with India’s only individual Olympic Gold medallist Abhinav Bindra as its first guest, is conceptualized and produced by India’s leading sports marketing firm, Baseline Ventures. “The Finish Line” is being presented by Induslnd Bank and is powered by Muse Wearables.

World No. 1 Trump progresses at Snooker Championship League

Trump, 31, opened his play in Milton Keynes, England with a 3-1 victory over Chinese teenager Fan Zhengyi before defeating David Lilley 3-0. He then settled for a 2-2 draw with Alan McManus in his last match and won the group without challenge.

Fans’ return to stadiums on October 1 to be reviewed, says Prime Minister Boris Johnson

Premier League 2020/21 season previewsDe Bruyne named PFA Player of the Year146 PL games live on Sky SportsA pilot scheme to have spectators for horse racing at Doncaster this week was cancelled by the local council on Wednesday, with plans to have 6,000 fans in attendance for Saturday’s meeting shelved.

Coronavirus: How technology could keep football fans safe at stadiums

Test events on Saturday, 12 September Aberdeen v Kilmarnock and Ross County v Celtic in the Scottish Premiership will both have up to 300 fans The Women’s Super League match between West Ham United and Arsenal will have a maximum of 1,000 supporters Non-league clubs in the seventh tier of English football and below can […]

50 sport quiz questions and answers for a virtual pub quiz on Zoom or House Party

29. Who was the last British man to win a Men’s single tennis Grand Slam title before Andy Murray in 2012?

Chess: Even after over 150 games, Vladimir and I are exactly at the same score says Viswanathan Anand

When quizzed about his rivalry with Vladimir and what makes it so special and memorable, he commented “Well we joined the top of the world chess roughly at the same time, I joined two years ahead of him. At that point, I did not remember it yet, but later on, he told me that we […]

Sport to lobby government for new schedule on return of fans

“We’re awaiting further information from government on how the review will effect second-phase pilots,” one source from a prominent sporting competition said. “We will be guided by the science, as we always have. But do we want fans back tomorrow? Yes, we do.”