By Shubham Singh Tanwar
After being delayed twice , one of the most awaited hockey matches happened on tuesday evening, between the fierce jwalamukhi squad and the skilled kumaon team. The petrichor from the afternoon was still strong when the match began. Both teams playing with vigour, however on each fronts whenever jwala crossed the half line, there was maanas.
As the inter-hostel tennis get more and more competitive, Zanskar and Satpura clashed in a match that held everyone to their toes till the last point. The first game was a singles one and witnessed seniors from
Recently, IIT Delhi Aquatics team came home to a hero’s reception. And deservedly so. After all, they have made us proud in this year’s Inter-IIT Aquatics Meet held in IIT Kanpur.
Every team works diligently in a quest to improve until it reaches the pinnacle of sporting excellence and this year’s result shows that IIT Delhi’s aquatics team is marching (or should I say swimming) on the right path. Last year, IIT Delhi Boys’ swimming team secured 5th position and this year they secured the 3rd spot.
By Akash Panther
It was a warm and quiet morning. The conditions seemed ideal for a good day of tennis. Saksham serves first but is facing the sun. He starts with a double fault. Definitely not the best way to begin a game. After that he serves a beauty down the T, an ace.
By Mihik Agrawal
Kumaon concluded their season with a win over Shivalik in an entertaining third-place decider. Although the match was not well attended, it was an important one for both teams to add vital points to their GC tally. Kumaon were determined to put on a good performance
In a quarter-final encounter between Zanskar and Udaigiri , the experience of the inter –IIT laden Zanskar proved to be too much to handle for the young Udaigiri side. Udaigiri won the toss and elected to bowl first. Zanskar looked on the top right from the word go and hammered the bowlers on will in the first 6 overs.
Where a lot of rumours had been afloat about Kumaon wanting a draw today , the sheer absurdness of the Claim could be seen by the amount of effort The Kumaon Team put in however Three lead players were out to see the Cubs(freshers) play. It was a do or die situation for Ara
By Rishabh Kumar
On the night of the inter-hostel table tennis semi-finals, Jwala put up a fight, but, could not prevent Satpura from securing a berth in the final, setting up a title clash with Girnar. Tanuj, from Satpura, started the proceedings against Jwala’s Bunny.