India rage over ‘cheated’ fighters

INDIA light-welterweight Manoj Kumar claimed scoring at the Olympic boxing tournament is “cheating” boxers like himself after his points defeat to Great Britain’s Thomas Stalker. Kumar felt the fight was closer than the 20-16 points score which left No 3... more »

Fraser-Pryce retains women’s 100m title

LONDON: Jamaica’s Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce won a thrilling women’s 100m duel to retain her Olympic crown on Saturday, holding off a lunging Carmelita Jeter to squeeze home by just 0.03sec. Fraser-Pryce, the fastest woman in the world this year, exploded out... more »

Farah hails fans after golden run

Mo Farah said he had 80,000 ‘thank yous’ to make after a rapturous home crowd helped blast the Briton around the final lap of the 10,000 metres final and into the record books as his country’s first long-distance Olympic champion.... more »

Dutch into hockey semis as Britain falter

Defending champions the Netherlands moved into the semi-finals of the Olympic women’s hockey tournament on Saturday by defeating South Korea 3-2 for their fourth successive victory. The Dutch were made to work hard by South Korea before taking their tally... more »

Kromowidjojo completes 50/100 sprint double

LONDON: Dutch speedster Ranomi Kromowidjojo finished off an Olympic sprint freestyle double Saturday with a victory in the women’s 50m free. Kromowidjojo, winner of the 100m free on Thursday, won in an Olympic record of 24.05sec. Aliaksandra Herasimenia of Belarus... more »
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