Sports News of August for RRB PO and RRB Clerk.

Dear Readers, here we are preasenting some important new related with sports which will help you in your upcoming Bank exams and others.

1.Ethiopia's Mare Dibaba won women's marathon at World Athletics Championships
2. U Mumba won Pro Kabaddi League 2015  title by defeating Bengaluru Bulls 36-30 in the final match held in Mumbai.U Mumba was headed by Anup Kumar.
3. Indian women hockey team qualified for Olympics after 36 years
4. Fifteenth IAAF World Championships in Athletics concluded in Beijing. Kenya topped the medal table with 16 medals, Jamaica stood second with 12 medals.
5. Anil won gold medal in Cadet Wrestling World Championships
by defeating Erfan Aeini of Iran 10-6.
6. Air India won Guru Tegh Bahadur Hockey title after 7 years by  defeating defending champions Army XI 3-1.
7. Usain Bolt won 200 meter title at 2015 World Championships in Athletics in Beijing by defeating Justin Gatlin.
8. AB de Villiers broke Sourav Ganguly's record of fastest 8000 ODI runs.
9. Dilip Vengsarkar elected as president of ACSSI, India's premier cricket Statisticians association
10. The Sports Authority of India (SAI)  launched School Sports Promotion Foundation.
11. Jamaican Shelly-Ann Fraser retained Women’s 100 meters gold at World Championships in Athletics.
12. Sri Lankan cricketer Kumar Sangakkara retired from International Cricket
13. Raipur to host 2015 FIH Hockey World League Final that is scheduled to be held between 27 November and 6 December 2015.
14. Roger Federer of Switzerland on 23 August 2015 won the Cincinnati Masters Men’s Singles title by defeating Novak Djokovic of Serbia.
15. Serena Williams  won the Cincinnati Masters Women’s Singles title by defeating  Simona Halep of Romania.
16. Golfer Aditi Ashok became first Indian to win the Ladies British Amateur Golf championship
17. England cricket team  won 2015 Ashes Test series, 3-2 against Australia at England.
18. Olympic champion Sebastian Coe elected as President of IAAF
19. Aditi Chauhan became India's first woman to play in English league football
20. Bangladesh lifted South Asian Football Federation U-16 title by defeating defending champions India 4-2 in penalties.
21.Andy Murray (Britain) won the Rogers Cup Masters tournament in Montreal, Canada bydefeating Novak Djokovic 6-4, 4-6, 6-3.
22. Abhishek Verma won the gold medal for India at Archery World Cup at Wroclaw, Poland.
23. World Badminton Championship: Saina became 1st Indian shuttler to win silver medal
24. Indian Men's Hockey team won European series against Spain 2-1 at Teresa in Spain.
25. Sania Mirza became second Tennis player to be recommended for Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna.
26. Sudhakar Shetty elected as President of Gymnastics Federation of India
27. Hockey India suspended Gurbaj Singh for 9 months for indulging in groupism and creating disharmony within the team.
28. Australian cricket captain Michael Clarke announced retirement from International Cricket.
29. BCCI announced Ad-Hoc Committee for Cricket Administration in Bihar and Uttarakhand.
30. Indian women's recurve team of Deepika Kumari, Laxmirani Majhi and Rimil Buriuly  won a silver medal at the World Archery Championships in Copenhagen, Denmark.
31. Victorian Open WSA: Joshna Chinappa won squash title by defeating Line Hansen of Denmark 11-5, 11-4, 11-9.
32. 14-year-old Lucknow boy Prabhroop Sekhon won 2 Gold at Special Olympics World Games.
33. Dipa Karmakar won bronze medal at 6th Senior ART Gymnastics Asian Championships.
34. Beijing chosen to host 2022 Winter Olympics and Paralympics.
35. Hockey India appointed Roelant Oltmans as coach of Men’s national team.



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