Bodyandstrength.com Weekly Times: 18th February to 24th February 2019

Know the results of this week’s events- Sachin Tendulkar Flagged off IDBI New Delhi Marathon 2019, 9th Hockey India Junior Men National Championship 2019 (A Division), Hockey India names 33 Core Probable for Senior Women National Camp, IFBB Regional Series 2019 and 1st NABBA WFF Mr& Ms East India.

Sachin Tendulkar Flagged off IDBI New Delhi Marathon 2019

The God of Cricket Sachin Tendulkar flagged off New Delhi Marathon at the JawaharLal Nehru Stadium on Sunday. The New Delhi marathon was being organised in four categories- 42 k, 21 k, 10 k and 5 k.

Thousands of the runners were gathered at the Stadium to participate in the IDBI Federal Life Insurance New Delhi Marathon. The winners were competed for the prize money pool of Rs 20 lakhs across various categories.

Sachin said, “India should become fitter and healthier. This is the beautiful weather to better one’s performance in the marathon and I hope most people will enjoy.”

An initiative ‘Push-ups’ challenge was took place by the organisers through which money will be donated to ‘Bharat ke Veer’ contribution platform. Sachin along with the runners performed push-ups and before the flag-off of the marathon, a two minutes silence for fallen soldiers of Pulwama terror attack was observed.

Results from Day 7 of the 9th Hockey India Junior Men National Championship 2019 (A Division)

~ Hockey Odisha and Sports Authority of India win their respective matches to advance from Pool D ~

Hockey Odisha and Sports Authority of India registered victories in their respective Pool D matches to advance to the Quarter Finals of the 9th Hockey India Junior Men National Championship 2019 (A Division) here at the Sports Authority of India Campus on Saturday.

The first Pool D match of the day saw Hockey Odisha register their third win in four matches as they beat Hockey Bihar 2-0 to secure the top spot in the Pool with a tally of ten points. The two goals on the day for Hockey Odisha were scored by SushilDhanwar (31') and SushantToppo (45'). The win for Hockey Odisha will see them advance to the Quarter Finals to face Hockey Gangpur-Odisha on Monday.

In the other Pool D encounter of the day, it was Sports Authority of India who also registered their third win in four matches as they defeated Steel Plant Sports Board by a margin of 4-2. Goals for Sports Authority of India were scored by Rohit (30', 50'), Manish Yadav (19') and Michael Topno (28'), while NabinKujur (37', 47') scored a brace for Steel Plant Sports Board. The win for Sports Authority of India sees them finish in second spot on the Pool D standings, and means that they will be facing Uttar Pradesh Hockey in the Quarter Finals.

Here is the Quarter Finals line-up of the 9th Hockey India Junior Men National Championship 2019 (A Division). All matches will take place on Monday, 25th February 2019:

1st Quarter Final - 0900hrs IST - Hockey Chandigarh v/s Madhya Pradesh Hockey Academy

2nd Quarter Final - 1100hrs IST - Hockey Odisha v/s Hockey Gangpur-Odisha

3rd Quarter Final - 1300hrs IST - Hockey Haryana v/s Hockey Punjab

4th Quarter Final - 1500hrs IST - Uttar Pradesh Hockey v/s Sports Authority of India

Hockey India names 33 Core Probable for Senior Women National Camp

~ Players to report to Chief Coach SjoerdMarijne on 25 February in SAI, Bengaluru ~ 

Hockey India on Saturday named the 33-member Core probables list for the upcoming Senior Women National Camp to begin on 25 February 2019 at the Sports Authority of India, Bengaluru Campus. The players will report to Chief Coach SjoerdMarijne for the National Camp that concludes on 31 March 2019. 

The five-week long camp will see the players focus on fitness, ball-handling speed and strength apart from emphasis on staying consistent in their performance. The team led by striker Rani did well in their recent tour of Spain where the Indian Team enjoyed one win (5-2), suffered one loss (2-3) and drew twice (1-1 and 2-2) against the home team who had won a Bronze Medal in 2018 Women's World Cup. India also impressed against 2018 Women's World Cup runners-up Ireland with a draw (1-1) and a win (3-0) ending the tour on a high. "Playing well against Ireland and Spain with short preparation gives the team a good boost. There is space to improve and keep aiming higher. It is important for the players to know how to remain consistent and show that every day in training and match-situation," stated SjoerdMarijne who is happy with the steady progress the Indian women's team is making.

He further added that the camp gives them ample time to work on key areas ahead of their next tour in Malaysia. "Our focus will be on improving fitness and also ball-handling speed. We have a long camp and this is perfect as it gives more time for us to work on these two key areas. In our next tour we play Malaysia and in those matches, we will come across situations where we will have less space to score and our challenge will be to be effective in such situations," he opined. 

The core group includes goalkeepers Savita, Rajani Etimarpu, Sonal Minj, defenders Deep Grace Ekka, Sunita Lakra, Sushila Chanu Pukhrambam, Gurjit Kaur, Rashmita Minz, Salima Tete, Suman Devi Thoudam, Mahima Choudhary and Nisha. Among midfielders Nikki Pradhan, Monika, Lilima Minz, Namita Toppo, Neha Goyal, Udita, Jyoti, Anuja Singh, Shyama Tidgam, Sonika, Karishma Yadav have received a call-up. Forwards Rani, Lalremsiami, Navneet Kaur, Navjot Kaur, Rajwinder Kaur, Vandana Katariya, Anupa Barla, Priyanka Wankhede, Reena Khokhar and Leelavathy Mallamada Jaya have made the National Camp.

Core Probable List: 

Goalkeepers: 

  1. Savita 
  2. RajaniEtimarpu 
  3. SonalMinj

Defenders:

  1. Deep Grace Ekka
  2. SunitaLakra;
  3. Sushila Chanu Pukhrambam
  4. Gurjit Kaur
  5. Rashmita Minz
  6. Suman Devi Thoudam
  7. Mahima Choudhary
  8. Nisha
  9. Salima Tete

Midfielders: 

  1. Nikki Pradhan
  2. Monika
  3. LilimaMinz
  4. NamitaToppo 
  5. NehaGoyal 
  6. Udita 
  7. Jyoti 
  8. Anuja Singh 
  9. ShyamaTidgam
  10. Sonika 
  11. KarishmaYadav

Forwards: 

  1. Rani
  2. Lalremsiami
  3. Navneet Kaur
  4. Navjot Kaur
  5. Rajwinder Kaur
  6. Vandana Katariya
  7. Anupa Barla
  8. Priyanka Wankhede
  9. Reena Khokhar
  10. Leelavathy Mallamada Jaya

IFBB Regional Series 2019

International Health, Sports and Fitness Festival (IHFF) has been a marquee event, holding the distinct achievement of organizing Asia’s first IFBB Pro Qualifiers Bodybuilding show- Sheru Classic Pro Qualifiers Series in India.

Sheru Classic Regional Series is going to be take place in the different cities including Banglore, Delhi, and Mumbai under the banner of IHFF.

Sheru Classic was held on February 23rd to 24th February, 2019 in Bengaluru. The competition was categorised into 2 categories Men and Female.

Here are the sub categories of the competition-

There were 3 sub categories under the male category

  1. Men’s Bodybuilding
  2. Men’s Physique
  3. Men’s Classic Physique

There were 3 sub categories under the women category

  1. Women’s Physique
  2. Women’s Bikini
  3. Women’s Figure

1st NABBA WFF Mr& Ms East India

Mr.&Ms. East India Zonal Championship were held on 23rd& 24th February, 2019 at Puri Sea Beach in Odissa.  This event was organised under the flagship of NABBA and WFF.

The event was categorised in 3 categories male, female and men bodybuilding.

Here are the sub categories of the competition

There were 4 sub categories under the male category-

  1. Juniors
  2. Masters
  3. Physically Challenged
  4. Men Bermuda Model

There were 2 sub categories under the female category-

  1. Women Fitness
  2. Women Sports Model

There were 6 sub categories under the men bodybuilding

  1. Height & Weight
  2. Fitness
  3. Performance
  4. Athletic
  5. Superbody
  6. Extremebody

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