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Among all the shooting events, nothing tests a shooter’s endurance, balance, and their shooting skills quite like the 50m rifle 3-position event. One of India’s foremost shooters in the discipline, Anjum Moudgil explains the nuts and bolts of the 50m rifle 3-position event.By Firstpost
 
In Firstpost Masterclass, Aditi Ashok speaks about her journey, challenges of a female golfer in India, the nitty-gritties of golf from the mental, physical and dietary perspective, before acknowledging she hopes her career leads to a revolution for women's golf in the country.By Firstpost
 
How to switch off and switch on during a match? What do goalkeepers think during a penalty corner? How to master shoot-outs? India's ace custodian PR Sreejesh answers all these and more in the latest edition of Firstpost Masterclass.By Firstpost
 
Kamlesh Mehta has been involved with the sport for five decades and boasts an impressive CV. For 25 years he held the record of winning the most number of National Championships (eight) before it was broken by Sharath Kamal last year.By Firstpost
 
What is off-road biking? What does a typical day at Dakar Rally look like? How to attain the perfect bike-body balance while riding at 150kmph? In this edition of Firstpost Masterclass, CS Santosh, the first Indian to complete Dakar Rally, discusses all about high-speed motorsports.By Firstpost
 
What are fitness and recovery protocols? What transforms elite athletes into mean, high-performing machines? Can you get six pack abs naturally? Ramji Srinivasan, the fitness trainer of the 2011 World Cup-winning team, explains in this latest edition of Firstpost Masterclass.By Firstpost
 
How to bowl fast? Are fast bowlers born with something extra? What are the body mechanics involved in bowling fast? What's an ideal run-up? Former India pacer and a mentor to a host of fast bowlers, TA Sekhar, sheds light on the intricacies of the unnatural art.By Firstpost
 
Satnam Singh may be the most recognisable basketball player from India, but Amjyot Singh Gill can proudly claim to be one of the best that this country has ever produced. While Satnam has had the limelight on him, Amjyot has been consistently creating history in the background.By Firstpost
 
In this episode of Firstpost Masterclass, Fouaad Mirza dissects the nuances of equestrian riding. Mirza won India its first individual medal in 36 years ― a silver, besides also contributing to a team silver medal ― in the eventing discipline at the Asian Games in 2018 and then earned India a quota place at the now deferred Tokyo Olympics in Januar…
 
Dutch manager Eelco Schattorie has been on the coaching and management side of football for close to 25 years. Right from overseeing the youth development sides to managing seniors teams in India, Saudi Arabia, and Oman, Schattorie has a wealth of experience when it comes to football management. Schattorie's tryst with India started with Prayag Uni…
 
Deep Dasgupta grew up idolising Sunil Gavaskar, although his primary role was that of a wicketkeeper. A right-handed batsman, Deep represented India in eight Tests spread across South Africa, India and West Indies in the early 2000s before transitioning into commentary. Deep is regarded as an astute reader of the game, and has made a successful for…
 
Shooter Suma Shirur won a silver and a bronze medal at Asian Games, a gold, silver and bronze at the Commonwealth Games. At the 2004 Athens Olympics, she finished eighth in the 10m air rifle final. Same year, she shot a maximum 400 points possible in the qualification round at Asian Shooting Championships - a joint world record. In this edition of …
 
Two-time Olympian Vikas Krishan Yadav, at 28, is a veteran in the ring. After a promising start to his career that saw him win a gold at the 2010 Youth World Championships, Vikas went on to win medals in almost all major international events – Asian Games, Commonwealth Games, Asian Championships, and World Championships. Keen to break his Olympics …
 
Murali Kartik wanted to be a genetic engineer, but fate and a fair bit of hard work meant that he ended up playing cricket for India. A left-arm spinner in the classical mould, Kartik picked up a total of 61 international wickets across formats for India. In this masterclass, Kartik breaks down the art of finger spin.…
 
Hello and welcome to Firstpost Spodcast. In today's episode, we discuss former New Zealand coach Mike Hesson's application for Team India role, MS Dhoni joins Indian Army’s Parachute Regiment, results from Pro Kabaddi League and Ultimate Table Tennis and more.By Firstpost
 
In today's episode of Spodcast, we discuss PV Sindhu and HS Prannoy's win in the first round of Japan Open, former India captain Sourav Ganguly's surprise reaction to not see Shubman Gill and Ajinkya Rahane in India's ODI squad for West Indies tour and more.By Firstpost
 
In today's episode, we discuss India skipper Virat Kohli has retained his number one position in the latest ICC Test batsmen's rankings, Canada's Dejan Papic to become head coach of Indian national table tennis team and more.By Firstpost
 
Hello and welcome to Firstpost Spodcast. In today's episode, we discuss India's gold medal win at Commonwealth Table Tennis Championships, squads for West Indies tour, PV Sindhu's loss in the final of Indonesia Open and more.By Firstpost
 
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