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Ahamed leads 1-2 finish for TVS Racing

Chennai, Sep 22 (UNI) K Y Ahamed scored a sensational last lap
victory in the premier Super Sport Indian 165cc class to lead a 1-2
finish for Team TVS Racing in the fourth round of the MRF MMSC
FMSCI Indian National Motorcycle Racing Championship at the
MMRT, here on Saturday.
On a day which witnessed crashes in virtually every race, Prabhu
Arunagiri (Team Alisha Abdullah) took the honours in the Pro-Stock
301-400cc class race that was red-flagged and re-started, while
Senthil Kumar (Honda Ten10 Racing) was gifted a victory in the
Pro-Stock 165cc race after leader and team-mate Mithun Kumar
went down.
Meanwhile, 17-year old collegian from Chennai, Ann Jennifer
notched up her third win of the season in the Girls (Stock, 165cc)
race after surviving a close fight with her Sparks Racing teammate
Ryhana Bee.
The final outcome of the Super Sport race was in suspense until
the last lap with Ahamed, his teammate and defending champion
Jagan Kumar and Honda Ten10 Racing’s Rajiv Sethu locked in
a tight battle.
On the last lap, going into the right hander before the Bridge Complex
“S”, Sethu ran wide and crashed, even as Jagan dipped on the inside
to overtake.
Soon Ahamed flashed across the finish line ahead of his mentor Jagan
for his third win of the season.
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Results of 27th day Winter Races

18 Feb 2019 | 5:42 PM

Hyderabad, Feb 18 (UNI) Following are the results of
the 27th day Winter Races held here today.

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Covering pictures of Imran Khan in India unfortunate: PCB

18 Feb 2019 | 5:35 PM

Islamabad, Feb 18 (UNI) The Pakistan Cricket Board has termed the removal of pictures of its former players in some places in India in the wake of Pulwama attack unfortunate and said it will take up the issue with BCCI during the ICC meeting which is scheduled to be held in Dubai on February 28.

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PUMA ropes in magnificent Mary as brand ambassador

18 Feb 2019 | 4:58 PM

New Delhi, Feb 18 (UNI) Global sportswear giant PUMA on Monday roped in six time world boxing champion M C Mary Kom as its brand ambassador for two year period.

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Murali Karthik leads 300-plus field in Mercedes Trophy 2019

Murali Karthik leads 300-plus field in Mercedes Trophy 2019

18 Feb 2019 | 4:37 PM

Gurugram, Feb 18 (UNI) Former Indian cricketer Murali Karthik leads 300-odd amateur golfers to tee off the Mercedes Trophy 2019 here at the ITC Classic Golf Resort on Tuesday.

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West Indies batsman Chris Gayle announces retirement from ODIs after 2019 World Cup

West Indies batsman Chris Gayle announces retirement from ODIs after 2019 World Cup

18 Feb 2019 | 3:53 PM

Jamaica, Feb 18 (UNI) West Indian opener Chris Gayle has announced his retirement from one-day international cricket after this summer's World Cup, scheduled in England, this year.

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