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Jogging Your Memory in 2013 GRETCHEN REYNOLDS
If your resolve to exercise in 2013 is a bit shaky...
Running For His Life:
Fauja Singh, 101
“To win anything, you must accept death; consider each run your last ...”
Dust Devils Monty Panesar and Graeme Swann Emulate Immortals of the Past ROB SMYTH
This performance had no precedent in the modern game.
Master Cricket Coach Gurcharan Singh:
A Survivor of Partition and the 1984 Pogroms, He Gives, and Gives ...
He lost everything during Partition. And then came 1984.
Punjabi Cricketer Jiwanjot Singh Can Do No Wrong HINDOL BASU
A young Patiala cricketer has a first-class debut ... and more performances to match.
Borneo's Annual Sikh Games LESTER MEKAN BAHA
Host Kuching emerged victorious in the recent 4th Borneo Sikh Games after having edged teams from Sabah, Labuan and Brunei.
96-yr-old Gold-Medal Sprinter to Compete in Half-Marathon
The Sardarni has already won gold medals in the 100m and 200m at the World Championships in the US. She completed the 100m in 61 sec.
Golfer Jeev Milkha Singh Wins Scottish Open ASSOCIATED PRESS
Sikh-Indian Jeev Milkha Singh beat Francesco Molinari in a playoff Sunday, July 15, 2012, to win the Scottish Open and secure a late berth in next week's Open Championship.
Tiger Jeet Singh (Jagjit Singh Hans):
Among Top 25 Canadian Immigrants 2012
As a New-Canadian youth growing up in the 1960s,the wrestler turned entrepreneur did very well, despite adversities.
Here We Go Again:
Bigotry Rears Its Ugly Head In Montreal's Soccer League
Aneel said he has been playing soccer for about 10 years in LaSalle and has always worn his patka. He never had a problem prior to this year.