Thursday, May 22, 2014

Kelly Sibley Table Tennis Player

Kelly Sibley Table Tennis Player
Kelly Sibley Table Tennis Player
Kelly Sibley (born 21 May 1988) is a professional table tennis player from England. She started playing the sport at her local club in Lillington, Leamington Spa. Sibley won the singles, girls doubles and mixed doubles at the UK Junior Championships and has represented England at senior level at the Commonwealth Games, European Championships and World Championships. She is currently the 2nd highest ranked senior woman in English Table Tennis Video and is sponsored by local firms Wright Hassell, Building and Plumbing Supplies and, in 2011, sports betting community site OLBG.

Kelly began playing table tennis aged 8 years old at Lillington Free Church table tennis club, inspired by her mother Lynn Bolitho, a former county-level table tennis player.

In 2000, she represented England at the English Schools Championships.

At the age of 13, she was invited to live and train at the National Training centre in Nottingham where she was coached by Alan Cooke before relocating to the English Institute of Sport in Sheffield.

Kelly represented England at the Commonwealth Games twice; once in Melbourne, Australia (2006) and again in Delhi, India (2010) where she finished in fourth place in the team women's event.

She also gained a Ladies Doubles Bronze Medal at the 2009 Commonwealth Championships and a Division Two Gold Medal at the 2008 World Team Championships in China.

Kelly won 10 consecutive international matches at the 2011 European Championships in Poland and promoted the England Women’s team to the top tier.

In England, Kelly Sibley is currently ranked 2nd in England women's table tennis and 200th in the world.

Despite her high ranking, funding cuts threatened her chance to compete at the London 2012 Olympics until her plight was aired on BBC radio and responded to by OLBG. It was announced on 30 May 2012 that Sibley would be representing her country at the games where she competed in the team event, losing to North Korea in the opening round.

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Monday, April 15, 2013

World Baseball and Softball Authorities Combine

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World Baseball and Softball authorities Combine - Sports Jagat
World baseball and softball authorities announced on Sunday they would join as part of a campaign to get both sports back at the Olympic Games in 2020.

The newly created World Baseball Softball Confederation (WSBC) will lobby for the sports' inclusion at the International Olympic Committee's May session in St. Petersburg, with the decision to be taken in Buenos Aires in September.

Baseball and softball were dropped from the Olympics after the 2008 Beijing Games, and are competing against climbing, karate, roller sports, squash, wakeboarding, wrestling and wushu for what could be one spot in 2020.

"This is a remarkable day. We have brought a new level of worldwide unity and determination to our quest to return to the Games," said Riccardo Fraccari, president of International Baseball Federation and co-president of the WSBC.

Talking to reporters in Tokyo where the agreement was signed, Fraccari said that the 65 million people currently playing baseball and softball around the world now have a single federation to rally behind.

"We are on a great journey to return our global sport to the Olympic stage. We've been listening and learning from the Olympic family and the IOC to understand what it takes to be included as a sport at the Olympic Games.

"We have reached a milestone in our journey to put baseball and softball back in the Olympic Games, and today I am proud to declare that the full membership of the IBF voted to ratify the new Constitution of the World Baseball Softball Confederation," he added.

Under the agreement, Don Porter, president of International Softball Federation, becomes the WSBC's other co-president.

Fraccari also announced a new international baseball competition called "Premium 12" to be played among the top 12 teams in the world annually with Japan as the tournament's host.

Premium 12 will not supplant the World Baseball Classic, played every four years and considered international baseball's top competition.

Wednesday, April 3, 2013

Mumbai Indians IPL Players List

MUMBAI INDIANS PLAYERS LIST :-

Mumbai Indians - Sports Jagat
Mumbai Indians - Sports Jagat
Sachin Tendulkar
Batsman
Rohit Sharma
Batsman
T Suman
Batsman
Apporv Wankhade
Batsman
Suryakumar Yadav
Batsman
Sushant Marathe
Batsman
Herschelle Gibbs
Batsman
Aiden Blizzard
Batsman
Amitoze Singh
All Rounder
Kuldeep Yadav
All Rounder
James Franklin
All Rounder
Dwayne Smith
All Rounder
Kieron Pollard
All Rounder
Ambati Rayudu
Wicket Keepers
Dinesh Karthik
Wicket Keepers
Aditya Tare
Wicket Keepers
Harbhajan Singh (C)
Bowlers
Munaf Patel
Bowlers
Abu Nechim Ahmed
Bowlers
Dhawal Kulkarni
Bowlers
Yuzvendra Singh
Bowlers
Pawan Suyal
Bowlers
Pragyan Ojha
Bowlers
RP Singh
Bowlers
Rahul Shukla
Bowlers
Mitchell Johnson
Bowlers
Robin Peterson
Bowlers
Lasith Malinga
Bowlers
Mumbai Indians IPL 2013 Supporting Staff :-

Owner
Reliance Industries limited
Coach
Robin Singh
Mentor and Bowling Coach
Shaun Pollock
Assistant Coach
Paras Mhambrey

Royal Challengers Banglore IPL Players List


Royal Challengers Banglore IPL Players List :-


Royal Challengers - Sports Jagat
Royal Challengers - Sports Jagat
Virat Kohli
Batsman
Mayank Agarwal
Batsman
Saurabh Tiwary
Batsman
Arun Karthik
Batsman
Cheteshwar Pujara
Batsman
Vijay Zol
Batsman
Karun Nair
All Rounder
Daniel Vettori (C)
All Rounder
Andrew McDonald
All Rounder
Tillakaratne Dilshan
All Rounder
Chris Gayle
All Rounder
AB de Villiers (WC)

S Aravind
Bowler
Zaheer Khan
Bowler
Abhimanyu Mithun
Bowler
Syed Mohammad
Bowler
Harshal Patel
Bowler
Vinay Kumar
Bowler
KP Appanna
Bowler
Muttiah Muralitharan
Bowler


Supporting Staff :-

Owner
Vijay Mallya
Head Coach
Ray Jennings
Bowling Coach
Venkatesh Prasad
Assistant Head Coach
Sanath Kumar (India)
Mentor
Anil Kumble


Monday, April 1, 2013

Suresh Raina can ‘make it big’ in Test Cricket

Suresh Raina - Sports Jagat
Suresh Raina - Sports Jagat

West Indies cricket legend Brian Lara on Monday backed Indian all-rounder Suresh Raina to play Test cricket, and Brain Lara saying that Raina has it in him to 'make it big in that arena'.

Brain Lara wrote on the Indian cricketers' Twitter page, "I want to see you playing some more test cricket and I know you have what it takes to make it big in that arena…"

Raina said in his reply that he has been working very hard to force his way back into the national Test side.

He wrote, "yes I want to play test cricket so badly been working hard since I dropped from the team.. Hope fully I will make it soon.."

The Caribbean legend then replied saying that he will be having a chat with Raina when they meet next time.

Lara wrote, "when I see you we will have a chat could help with a few things bro want to see you at your best all forms of the game."

Lara added, "If we meet up we can work on a few things… Want you in South  Africa scoring TEST runs. It's not hard at all. Plenty of it is mental strength."

Raina lost his place in the Test team after a not-too-impressive show in the short two-Test series against New Zealand in September 2012 and was not considered for the four-game rubber subsequently against England.

The 27-year-old Uttar Pradesh batsman, who has figured in 17 Tests so far, said a few months ago that he wants to score big tons.

"It's very important for me to just look to score 100. Not just 100 but 150 or 160, then I can be more mentally tough for Test matches. I have done that in the past and have scored two or three double hundreds in first class cricket."

"When you score a lot of big hundreds, it definitely helps your batting," Raina, who has just one hundred from his debut match against Sri Lanka in Colombo in 2010, said.

Sunday, March 31, 2013

Mike Ready Lands WEC Sports Car Ride

Mike WEC Sports Car Ride - Sports Jagat
Mike WEC Sports Car Ride - Sports Jagat
Former IZOD IndyCar Series full-timer Mike Conway has officially made the switch to sports car racing with his move to the FIA World Endurance Championship.

Conway will still contest the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach for Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing and may be up for more road/street course appearances in IndyCar later on in the campaign. But the bulk of his year will be run as part of G-Drive Racing with Delta-ADR in the WEC. He recently took part in WEC pre-season testing at France’s Paul Ricard circuit and will co-drive the team’s No. 26 Oreca 03 Nissan alongside John Martin and Roman Rusinov.

“Obviously the end of last year, I didn’t want to race ovals anymore so I knew I had to look elsewhere other than IndyCar,” he said to SPEED.com’s John Dagys, referring to his decision to no longer race on ovals after stepping out of A.J. Foyt Racing’s No. 14 Honda before last year’s IndyCar Season finale.

“I just kind of got talking and was looking around to see what was there. And sports cars looked like a good future for me. Le Mans is something I’ve always wanted to do.”

As for acclimating to an LMP2 class machine, Conway told Dagys that there are definite similarities and differences from his former open-wheel ride.

“The down force numbers are good so it handles similar to a single-seater,” he said. “But it’s a bit different too as you have to be a bit easier with the car, you can’t be as aggressive and expect it to turn as fast as you want.”