Published on May 06 2017 // bignews, Featured, Sports
Bibek Sharma One of the greatest moment in Nepalese sports history is Bidhan Lama winning bronze medal in Taekwondo at the Seoul Olympics, 1988. In the first round, Lama knocked out British fighter Ebenezer Ghansahe with a wheel kick in one of the greatest moment for Nepalese Taekwondo in the Olympics....

Published on Apr 02 2017 // Featured, Sports
Arsenal shows signs of recovery
Arsenal showed signs of recovery from their recent dismal run of form as they twice fought back from behind to draw with Manchester City at Emirates Stadium. The Gunners had lost four out of their previous five Premier League games, and faced City against uncertainty surrounding manager Arsene Wenger’s...

Published on Mar 27 2017 // Sports
How the ECB are working to reduce cricketing injuries……..
With every year, the limits of what professional sports teams do in search of competitive advantage are extended. Football teams now use cognitive training tests to gauge young players’ potential. At England’s National Cricket Performance Centre at Loughborough University, the ECB’s scientists...

Published on Feb 27 2017 // Featured, Nepal News, Sports
Haunting young guns for better sporting chance
  By Bibek Sharma Sports is quite popular in Nepal especially among students. When I was a high school student living in a hostel in the Capital City, we would get up at 2 o’clock in the morning to watch football whether it be the Champions League, the World Cup, European Championship or any other...

Published on Jul 07 2015 // Health, Slideshow, Sports
The Pros and Cons of the ‘Sexy’ Sports Bra
By Susan Rinkunas “Heroes” by Alesso is thumping in my SoulCycle class and I’m dreading what I’m about to do. I whip off my tank top, tuck it into my bike’s water-bottle holder, and look around to see who else is with me in shirtless solidarity. All I’ve got is one woman who has delicately...

Published on Jul 07 2015 // Featured, Sports
Winners and losers from the 2015 Women’s World Cup
By Graham Watson The 2015 Women’s World Cup has come to an end and the United States became the first nation to win its third World Cup. Of course, the U.S. is the ultimate winner for hoisting its first golden trophy in 16 years, but here are a few other winners — and losers — from a month’s...

Published on Jul 02 2015 // Sports
The little-known Canadian version of American football
On paper the sport of Canadian football, the lesser-known, much poorer, northern cousin of American football, should be struggling to exist. Not only does it have to compete with Canada’s obsession with ice hockey, but it has the goliath that is American football’s National Football League...

Published on Jun 25 2015 // Featured, Sports, Uncategorized
Keshav Kumar Bista has been appointed the Member-Secretary of National Sports Council (NSC) with effect from today. Minister for Sports Purushottam Poudel appointed Bista in the apex body of the country’s sports sector from a minister-level decision.