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Level of competition was very high during our era: Usha

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first_imgOur Sports ReporterGUWAHATI, July 8: Legendary Indian athlete PT Usha visited Guwahati during the 58th National Inter-State Senior Athletic Championship which was held at the Indira Gandhi Athletics Stadium recently. During her stay in Guwahati she talked exclusively with The Sentinel. Here is the excerpt.The Sentinel (TS): Tell us about your school USHA.Usha: The basic idea to start Usha School of Athletics (USHA) at Kinalur in Kozhikode district was to train the young blood in Indian Athletics. I’m committed to athletics and I want to ensure my country’s win at any cost. Apart from training, the school also takes care of the study of the athletes, their exercise, diet, psychological counseling, attitude building etc. The school has already produced a few international athletes, including Tintu Luka.TS: How would you like to describe the differences between your era and the present era of Indian athletics?Usha: I feel the scenario of Indian athletics was much better during our days than what it is today. There were not too many facilities available in our time, but I have no hesitation to say that the level of competition was very high then. TS: Why it’s happening? Any comment?Usha: I feel athletes during our time were mentally very strong. You need a strong mind to shine in athletics. We never hesitated to work hard in the track and even ignored minor injuries. Unfortunately, such an attitude is missing amongst most of the current athletes. It’s hampering their progress.TS: How do you see the future of Indian athletes?Usha: Effort is on to put India among the best at the international level. The Athletic Federation of India (AFI) has already taken several steps to improve the performance level of our athletes. We can expect a big change in the coming days. TS: Do we have enough talents in this discipline?Usha: Yes. There is no dearth of athletic talents in India. What we need are systematic and scientific training facilities in each and every where in the country. TS: Any suggestions to budding talents?Usha: Stay focused on your goal and work hard to achieve that. One must understand that there’s no alternative to hard work one is running towards one’s goal.TS: How do you see the future of Hima Das?Usha: She has reminded me of my own days. I’ve been watching her for the last few months. In every competition Hima improved her timing. I exactly did the same during my early days of running. She is very hungry for success, and it is a very good sign. Hope she’ll bring laurels to the country from international meets.last_img read more

Whicker: Dodger fans shouldn’t panic, but they also shouldn’t lose the button

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first_img Dodgers’ Max Muncy trying to work his way out of slow start The Dodgers brought in one major newcomer this season, and he was famous alumnus Matt Kemp. The assumption was that he would rent, not buy, that he was making a quick stopover until the Dodgers could find a trade partner. Now they dare not think of where they would be without his .344 average and .941 OPS.The same goes for Grandal, who had only 11 plate appearances in the 2017 postseason. He is now the club leader in RBIs and stroked his fifth home run Tuesday night.Perhaps the fans should hold their panic until they see what Turner brings to the stew.Dodgers’ third basemen are hitting .185 with an OPS of .585. Both are league worsts. Just because the psychological effects of leadership aren’t quantifiable doesn’t mean they’re not real. When Turner isn’t playing, when he isn’t there in the clubhouse as the Dodgers’ true-blue north, it’s a much less stable team.Roberts tried to answer the injury questions honestly without copping a plea, but the truth isn’t an excuse. They won’t win if they don’t get healthy. After all the manna from heaven that floated into Dodger Stadium this year, this is just a mean reversion. LOS ANGELES — You can say great teams don’t get hurt.  More accurately, hurt teams don’t get great.The world champion San Francisco Giants of 2014 got through the season with minimal bruising. Brandon Belt missed 50 games with a broken thumb and had two other disabled-list appearances. Pitcher Matt Cain had three sabbaticals, and outfielder Angel Pagan’s back betrayed him. Otherwise, they were pretty much clean.The world champion Chicago Cubs of 2016 barely needed a tongue depressor, much less a trainer. After Kyle Schwarber tore up his knee on April 7, and aside from a groin injury to Dexter Fowler, there were no serious hurts to essential players. Eight hitters played at least 145 games and the five starting pitchers made it to the mound 29, 30, 30, 31 and 32 times.The world champion Kansas City Royals of 2015 didn’t even hit their team deductible. Pitcher Jason Vargas tore an elbow ligament and outfielder Alex Gordon had a groin strain. That was pretty much it. The Royals got at least 30 starts apiece from four pitchers, got at least 67 relief appearances from four others, and got at least 600 plate appearances from five hitters. So the Dodgers are a little edgy right now, as are their fans. It’s easy to over-react to all this. Turner said Tuesday that he should be ready to play at Miami, in a series that begins next Tuesday. The Dodgers reiterated that Kershaw’s bicep tendinitis is just a passing cloud, and Forsythe should return this month.Ryu will be gone until July and Seager until 2019.“I’d rather have all this happen early in the season than in September,” Turner said. “We want to win these games, sure, but injuries are part of baseball.”They aren’t part of championship baseball, at least if they rage out of control.“This is the same team as last year, pretty much,” closer Kenley Jansen said. “We’re all men in here. We know there’s a lot of baseball left to play.”Sign up for our Inside the Dodgers newsletter. Be the best Dodger fan you can be by getting daily intel on your favorite team. Subscribe here.In fact, the Dodgers have 127 games left to play. If the baseball season were a PGA Tour event, the Dodgers would be playing the 16th hole on Thursday. So being eight strokes behind Arizona is surmountable and, unlike golf, baseball has wild cards.“I see the same hunger to win games,” Manager Dave Roberts said.He also said, “We haven’t played many complete games. If you don’t play complete games, if you don’t hit, field and pitch, you’re not going to be successful.”A bullpen that was the best in the National League last season ranks 26th, out of 30 in Major League Baseball, in WHIP (walks and hits per innings pitched). An offense that overwhelmed everyone last season ranks sixth in the league in runs scored, and 12th in home runs.Related Articles Dodgers hit seven home runs, sweep Colorado Rockies Fire danger is on Dave Roberts’ mind as Dodgers head to San Francisco center_img Cody Bellinger homer gives Dodgers their first walkoff win of season The definition of a “minor injury” is one that doesn’t happen to you. The 162 games will bring both traumatic and cumulative injury to all teams.But it’s difficult to find a deep-October club that ever hemorrhaged as spectacularly as the Dodgers.Rich Hill returned from his cracked fingernail and pitched against Arizona on Tuesday night. That meant L.A. was only doing without three-fourths of its starting infield, its right fielder, two left-handed starters and a projected setup reliever.You know them better as Corey Seager, Justin Turner, Logan Forsythe, Yasiel Puig, Clayton Kershaw, Hyun-Jin Ryu and Tom Koehler.In Tuesday’s fifth inning, Arizona’s Steven Souza Jr. plowed into third baseman Matt Muncy, who was briefly shaken. Understandably, there were voices in the L.A. dugout that began barking at Souza, who barked back and was restrained by catcher Yasmani Grandal. How Dodgers pitcher Ross Stripling topped the baseball podcast empire Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorlast_img read more