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14-yr-old R Praggnandhaa wins gold in U-18 chess World Championship

India’s 14 years-old from Chennai R Praggnandhaa claimed the gold medal in the World Youth Championships under open category. The 14-year-old Grand Master from Chennai got draw in 11 and final round against Valentin Buckels to top charts with nine points. The championship ended on a great note for India as the country won six other medals, including three silver. Src: https://bit.ly/2McSW2v

PUMA opens its first interactive retail store in India

Global sportswear brand PUMA, the largest sportswear brand in India has launched it's entirely redesigned and interactive retail store in India. Located in Bengaluru's Indiranagar, the store has digitally connected offerings, innovative customer engagement zones, and an in-house customisation studio. Some of the key highlights of the store include an F1 Stimulator, which customers can use to virtually race down the streets of New York City. PUMA x YOU, the customisation studio allows customers to personalise PUMA footwear, apparel and accessories using embroidery and print, choosing from 100 unique designs. Src: https://bit.ly/2VAW6A1

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Neymar becomes youngest to play 100 matches for Brazil, breaks Cafu's record

Brazilian forward Neymar has broken the Cafu's world record to become the youngest footballer to play 100 matches for Brazil at 27 years and 248 days. As per media reports, after representing Brazil against Senegal in a friendly match in Singapore that ended in a 1-1 draw, Neymar achieved the record. The Brazil-Senegal draw has extended Brazil's run without a win to three games. Src: https://bit.ly/2MA7qsh

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Boxing legend Mary Kom secures record eight world medal, enters semifinals

Six-time champion MC Mary Kom has assured herself an unprecedented eight medal at the World Women's Boxing Championship after advancing to the semifinals. As per media reports, Mary Kom defeated Colombia's Valencia Victoria by 5-0 to make the last-eight stage and bettered her own record as the most successful boxer in the history of the marquee tournament. The reports added that this is for the first time, Mery Kom has secured a world medal in the 51 kg category. Src: https://bit.ly/33dIXj4

Kudos to @MaryKom