Sports Wrap-Up: From IPL Updates to Puma India’s New Kit, Here Are the Most Important Sports News of the Day

From several updates on the ongoing Indian Premier League (IPL) to Puma India’s new kit, here are the most important sports news of the day.

IPL 2023: From Mi’s Record Win to Birth of a New Star, Here Are All the Important News From Last Night’s IPL Match

From captain Rohit to Sachin Tendulkar, to the owners – Akash Ambani and Nita Ambani – the entire MI camp was in euphoria after they hammered LSG in the IPL 2023 playoffs. Know more.

BCCI Denies Agreeing to PCB’s Hybrid Model for Asia Cup, Discussion to Take Place on Sidelines of IPL 2023 Final

The Indian cricket board – BCCI – continues to bat for the Asia Cup to be moved completely out of Pakistan to a neutral venue. Know more.

Men’s Jr Asia Cup: Indian Hockey Team Starts Campaign With Massive Win

India kicked off their campaign in the Men’s Junior Asia Cup hockey tournament here with a solid 18-0 win against Chinese Taipei in their first Pool A match. Know more.

Para Shooting World Cup: Avani Lekhara Misses out on Gold for Minute Difference

During the 10m AR Standing SH1 Finals at the first World Cup of the year, Avani Lekhara came within 0.1 points of winning the gold medal. Know more.

PUMA India Announces Orangutan as Official Kit Partner and Ventures Into Esports

In order to raise awareness of esports, Orangutan and PUMA collaborated to develop the digital video #AlsoAnAthlete, in which the athletes wear jerseys made exclusively by the sports brand. Know more.

Jordi Alba to Leave Barcelona After 11 Seasons

Spain international left-back Jordi Alba will leave FC Barcelona at the end of the current season, Spanish media reported on Wednesday. Know more.

Inter Milan Clinches Italian Cup as They Gear up for UCL Final: Report

Inter Milan defeated Fiorentina 2-1 in a comeback victory thanks to two goals from World Cup winner Lautaro Martinez as they successfully defended the Italian Cup. Know more.

Honda Confident of Making Reliable F1 Engines in 2026, Unlike the Return of 2015

Notwithstanding an 18-month developmental pause, Honda is convinced that it will be equipped to compete with other Formula 1 power unit manufacturers when it fully returns with Aston Martin in 2026. Know more.