Sports Current Affairs- March 15, 2021
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1-Darren Bravo’s (102) made fourth ODI century. His knock helped West Indies to a 3-0 series sweep at home against Sri Lanka.
2-The International Cricket Council (ICC) has termed Chennai, Ahmedabad pitches as ‘average’.
3-India has been taking on England in the third game of the five-match series at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahemadabad on Tuesday.
4-TRAU- Tiddim Road Athletic Union
NEROCA- North Eastern Re-Organising Cultural Association
ISSF- International Shooting Sport Federation
5- India pace bowler Jasprit Bumrah tied the knot with TV sports presenter Sanjana Ganesan in Goa.
6-India have been fined 20 per cent match fee for slow over-rate against England in the second T20 International at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Motera.
7-Former Captain Ajit Pal said that 1975 World Cup hockey title was best thing of his life.
8- Uttar Pradesh’s Savita Pal was elated on winning maiden senior women’s 10,000m gold at the Senior National Federation Cup athletics in Patiala.
9-Asian medallist Annu Rani with a throw of 63.24 metres has broken her own Federation Cup women’s javelin record. She has fallen short of the Tokyo Olympic qualification mark of 64 metres.
10-India’s top golfers Rashid Khan, Udayan Mane, and Karandeep Kochhar, will play in the third edition of the Delhi NCR Open Golf Championship at the Golden Greens Golf Club in Gurugram.
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11-Manika Batra has been crashed out of Olympic qualifying event in table tennis. She faced a 4-1 defeat in the hands of Monaco’s Xiaoxin Yang in Doha on Monday.
12-No crowd for the final three T20 Internationals between India and England in Ahmedabad due to rise in Covid cases.
13-Haryana, UP, Odisha, Jharkhand have reached semifinal at the 11th Hockey India Sub Junior Women’s National Championship in Simdega (Jharkhand).
14-The Tokyo Olympics torch relay will start in northeastern Japan’s Fukushima prefecture on March 25.
15-The first ever USA Cricket under-19 National Championships will be played at the Prairie View Cricket Complex in Houston, Texas, from April 4-11.