Other Sports Gurpreet Singh, Sunil Kumar settle for silver in Asian Wrestling Championships

first_img For all the Latest Sports News News, Other Sports News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. India’s campaign got over in the 55kg and 63kg weight divisions.Gurpreet Singh and Sunil Kumar settled for a silver medal each.Prem could not finish on the podium in the 130kg category. highlightscenter_img Xian: India’s Gurpreet Singh and Sunil Kumar settled for a silver medal each in their respective Greco-Roman categories at the Asian Wrestling Championships in Xian on Saturday. On the penultimate day of the competition, India finished with just two silver in the Greco-Roman wrestling even as Prem missed out on a bronze medal finish. Gurpreet had to be satisfied with a second spot after being handed a 0-8 defeat by Hyeonwoo Kim of Korea in the final of the 77kg category. However, on his way to the final, Gurpreet put up an impressive show, thrashing Bakhit Sharif K Badr of Qatar 10-0 in the quarterfinals before eking out a narrow 6-5 victory over Tamerlan Shadukayev of Kazakhstan in the last four round.     In 87kg, Sunil Kumar stormed into the final after prevailing over Azamat Kustubayev of Kazakhstan 6-6 in his semifinal bout, while he had earlier beaten Tokhirdzhon Okhonov of Tajikistan 14-7 in the last eight stages. But just like Gurpreet, Sunil too failed to clinch the top spot as he went down to Hossein Ahmad Nouri of Iran in the title clash.RELATED     Prem, who was another Indian wrestler in contention for a medal after he made the bronze-medal play-off in the 130kg class despite going down to Muminjon Abdullaev of Uzbekistan in the quarterfinals, could not finish on the podium.     Prem had made it to the playoffs after Abdullaev reached the gold medal round. Prem lost to Kazakhstan’s Damir Kuzembayev in the third-fourth place fight. Earlier in the day, India’s campaign got over in the 55kg and 63kg weight divisions when Manjeet and Vikram Krushnath Kurade lost their respective quarterfinal bouts to bow out of the tournament.last_img read more

Malachi Richardson continues hot streak in win over Notre Dame

first_imgMalachi Richardson was still thinking about the emotions of the play before when his 3-pointer from straight-on extended a far-from-tenuous Syracuse lead to 24 with 8:22 to play.He was thinking about getting his arms tangled with Notre Dame’s Matt Ryan. He thought about Ryan pushing him and he thought about the double-technical foul that was assessed after bumping Ryan with his body before the two were separated.Richardson pulled up just 11 seconds later, on the next time down the court, and swished the 3 to the roar of a crowd that wanted revenge as much as he did.“I knew it was going in before I shot it,” Richardson said.Richardson scored 15 points on 4-of-7 shooting to follow up his 23-point night at No. 13 Virginia just four days earlier. His emotional moment was the highlight of Syracuse’s otherwise drama-less, 81-66 win over No. 25 Notre Dame on Thursday in the Carrier Dome.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“That was a frustration shot,” Michael Gbinije said. “He was looking to get back at them. That’s the only way he could have done that. It helped us out.Richardson wasn’t as much of an offensive factor for the Orange as it jumped out to an 17-point lead thanks to a 23-1 run, but his offense continued as it has throughout conference play. He hit a 3 in the first half to make it 31-14. He connected on a four-point play to end any idea of a Notre Dame rally after the Irish cut the lead to 12 in the second half.With two minutes left, he went one-on-one to the basket, and finished at the rim with ease, long after the Fighting Irish had any fight in them.But his best part of the night was the way he responded to the worst part. Teammates told him that the best way to get back at Ryan was to knock down a shot, dunk on him, do whatever it takes to get yourself going.And it didn’t take long for him to answer that call.“I was already a little frustrated at the choppiness that the kid did,” Richardson said. “It happens, and I moved on from it.” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on January 28, 2016 at 10:21 pm Contact Sam: sblum@syr.edu | @SamBlum3center_img Related Stories Syracuse smashes No. 25 Notre Dame in 81-66 upsetFast reaction: 3 takeaways from Syracuse’s 81-66 win over No. 25 Notre DameGrade Syracuse’s performance against Notre Dame and vote for the player of the gameSyracuse community reacts to upset win over No. 25 Notre Damelast_img read more

Kimberley, 100 Mile House advance to KIJHL Championship

first_imgJason Richter fired a power play marker past Hawks netminder Tallon Kramer in the third period to snap a 1-1 tie and power the Nitros to the victory.Franco Colapaolo, added an insurance marker for Kimberley while Tyler Van Steinburg scored to give the host club a 1-0 first period lead.Allan Pruss scored the lone goal for the Hawks, ousted for the second time in as many years by the Dynamiters.Kimberley outshot the Hawks 35-30.In Okanagan/Shuswap Conference Finals 100 Mile House defeated Summerland Steam 3-1 to clinch the best-of-seven series 4-1.The KIJHL champ represents the league at the Cyclone Taylor Cup April 7-10 in Victoria. The Kimberley Dynamiters are four wins away from defending the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League title after disposing the Beaver Valley Nitehawks in five games in the Kootenay Conference Playoff Series.The Nitros booked a ticket to the KIJHL Final after edging the Hawks 3-1 in Kootenay Conference Playoff action Monday night in Kimberley.Kimberley won the best-of-seven series 4-1 and now meets 100 Mile House Wranglers in the KIJHL Final beginning Friday in the Bavarian City.last_img read more


first_imgARCADIA, Calif. (Oct. 29, 2016)–With a $63.40 winner in the day’s featured Autumn Miss Stakes, nobody correctly tabbed six winner’s in Saturday’s Pick Six at Santa Anita, thus creating a carryover into Sunday of $67,117.  With a nine-race card on tap, it’s expected Sunday’s total Pick Six pool will exceed $500,000.With 53 horses eligible to run in Sunday’s Pick Six sequence, players are looking at an average field size of 8.8 runners per race.Santa Anita will offer a nine-race card on Sunday, with the $70,000 Lure Stakes, for 3-year-olds at a mile on turf, slotted as the eighth race.First race post time is at 12:30 p.m.  The fourth race, leg one in the Pick Six, has an approximate post time of 2 p.m. PDT.Admission gates open on Sunday at 10:30 a.m.  For scratches, late changes and complete morning line information, please visit santaanita.com.last_img read more