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Serena Williams, the undisputed queen of tennis

Serena Williams, the undisputed queen of tennis

Serena Williams is unstoppable at every Grand Slam court she plays. The 19-Grand Slam title winner has achieved everything in her career. She has had huge amount of success at all the Grand Slams, except the French Open. She has won just two French Open titles and would definitely like...

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Distanced By Kilometers, Stitched By The Colors: A Tale Of Mariners@Bangalore

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Road to Rio Olympics: Indian women's hockey team looking to make a mark

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Qualifying for 2016 Olympics was one of my milestones for 2015: Gagan

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 Karun and his team finish 17th in Endurance raceSebring (Florida): The JRM Racing team, represented by India's Karun Chandhok and Britain's David Brabham and Peter Dumbreck, missed out on a possible podium finish due to a mechanical problem that cost them valuable time and finished 17th overall in the first round of the FIA World Endurance Championship, here Sunday.

JRM Racing climbed from the back of the grid to an impressive third overall with less than three of the 12-hour race left when its brand new Honda Performance Development ARX-03a developed a problem with the right-rear suspension. It cost the team 15 laps and 30 minutes.

Once back on the track, a great recovery resulted in a final placing of 17th overall and seventh in the LMP1 category.

Chandhok said: "We had a podium finish on the cards, if not overall. So, it was a great shame not to have made it into the top three. The car felt good for my final stint and to try to make up for lost time I pushed as hard as I could.

"It's a long time since I've driven two hours of qualifying laps! I have to say I really enjoyed my first taste of sportscar racing and I'm already looking forward to the next time." (IANS)

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