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Sports & Games Current Affairs PDF
|Article Name||Sports & Games Current Affairs PDF Download|
|Topic Covered||All Sports News, Events & Current Affairs|
|Months Covered||All 12 Months Of 2021|
|Important For||All Competitive Exams|
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Sports Current Affairs 2021 PDF
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- Latest Sports Current Affairs 2021
- Sports Awards 2021
- Indian Sportsperson and Their Related Sports
- No. Of Players In Games & Sports
- Upcoming Sports Events
- Sports & Related Trophies
Latest Sports News 2021
- The official song for the ICC Women’s World Cup 2022 – Girl Gang by Gin Wigmore
- Australia batter Beth Mooney was named the leading woman cricketer in the world.
- Virat Kohli has been named Wisden Almanack’s ODI player of the 2010s
- Sachin Tendulkar as the ODI Cricketer of the 1990s.
- West Indian all-rounder Kieron Pollard was named the Leading T20 Cricketer in the World.
- First player in the 143-year history of Test cricket to take 200 wickets against left-handed batsmen – Ravichandran Ashwin.
- The youngest woman to score twin half-centuries in debut Test – Shafali Verma
- Youngest cricket player from India to make debuts across all formats – Shafali Verma
- Indian Female Cricketer Shafali Verma is set to make her Women’s Big Bash League debut with Sydney Sixers later this year
- Afghanistan’s Mujeeb-ur-Rahman at 17 years and 78 days is the youngest player to play all formats
- Highest run-getter in women’s cricket across formats, overtaking former England skipper Charlotte Edwards – Mithali Raj
- Chris Gayle has become the first batsman to score most runs inT20 cricket. Scored 14,000 runs in T20 cricket.
- ICC World Test Champions 2021 – New Zealand
- Hashmatullah Shahidi becomes 1st afghan player to score Test double century
- Mirabai Chanu set a new World Record in the women’s 49kg Clean and Jerk with a massive 119kg lift.
- She also recorded a new personal best of 205kg (86+119) to clinch the bronze at the Asian Weightlifting Championship in Tashkent. Her previous best was 203kg.
- Weightlifter Laurel Hubbard will be the first trans athlete to compete at Olympics
- Naman Ojha has announced his retirement from all forms of cricket.
- Faf du Plessis, South Africa – retirement from Test cricket.
- Yusuf Pathan from all formats of Cricket.
- Gary Wilson from Ireland has announced retirement from professional cricket.
- Harry Gurney from England has announced retirement from cricket.
- Kevin O’Brien from Ireland has announced his retirement from one-day internationals hails.
- All-rounder Mahmudullah from Bangladesh – retirement from Test Cricket.
- Barbora Strycova, Czech Republic announced retirement from tennis.
- Sami Khedira, Germany, announced his retirement from football.
- Toni Kroos from Germany has retired from international football.
Sports Awards & Honours 2021 PDF
ICC Men’s Player of the Month
- ICC Men’s Player of the Month for January 2021 – Rishabh Pant
- ICC Women’s Player of the Month for January 2021 – South Africa’s Shabnim Ismail
- ICC men’s Player for the Month of February – Ravichandran Ashwin
- Women’s Player of the Month – England’s Tammy Beaumont
- ICC Men’s Player of the Month for March 2021 – Bhuvneshwar Kumar
- ICC Women’s Player of the Month for March 2021 – South African camp, Lizelle Lee,
- ICC Men’s Player of the Month for April 2021 – Babar Azam (Pakistan)
- ICC Women’s Player of the Month for April 2021 – Alyssa Healy of Australia
- ICC Men’s Player of the Month for May 2021 – Mushfiqur Rahim (Bangladesh)
- ICC Women Players of the Month for May 2021 – Scotland all-rounder Kathryn Bryce
- ICC Women’s Player of the Month for June 2021 – Sophie Ecclestone (England)
- ICC Men’s Player of the Month for June 2021 – Devon Conway
- Also, Check – Important Awards And Honours 2021 PDF
Sports & Events 2021 Winners
Thailand Open 2021 & Swiss Open 2021 – Badminton
- Women’s Single – Carolina Marin (Spain)
- Men’s – Viktor Axelsen (Denmark)
2021 Uganda Badminton International tournament
- Womens – Malvika Bansod (Nagpur)
- Men’s – Varun Kapur (Pune)
All England Badminton Championships 2021
- Men’s – Lee Zii Jia (Malaysia)
- Women’s – Nozomi Okuhara (Japan)
3rd Sheikh Hamdan bin Al Maktoum Dubai Para-Badminton International 2021 in Dubai
- India topped the tally with 20 medals (4 gold, 6 silver, and 10 bronze medals)
- Pramod Bhagat (Gold)
- Nagar Krishna (Gold)
- Pramod Bhagat & Manoj Sarkar (Gold)
- Nagar Krishna & Raja Magotra (Gold)
Australian Open 2021 – Tennis
- Men’s – Novak Djokovic (Serbia)
- Women’s – Naomi Osaka (Japan)
2021 Qatar Total Open
- It is a professional women’s tennis tournament
- Title – Petra Kvitova (Czech Republic)
Miami Open 2021 – Tennis
- Men’s singles title – Hubert Hurkacz ( Poland)
- Women’s – Ashleigh Barty (Australia)
Barcelona Open 2021 – Men’s tennis tournament
- Title – Rafael Nadal (Spain)
Madrid Open 2021- Tennis
- Women’s single title – Aryna Sabalenka (Belarus)
- Men’s single – Alexander Zverev (Germany)
Italian Open 2021 – Tennis
- Women’s Singles – Iga Swiatek (Poland)
- Men’s Singles – Rafael Nadal
Geneva Open tennis 2021
- It is a men’s tennis tournament
- Title – Casper Ruud
2021 Emilia-Romagna Open – Tennis
- Women’s – Coco Gauff (United States)
- Men’s – Sebastian Korda (United States)
82nd Senior National Table Tennis Championships (Venue – Panchkula, Haryana)
- Women’s Single – Manika Batra
- Men’s Single – Gnanasekaran Sathiyan
Other Sports Winners
- Gelfand Challenge chess title – D. Gukesh (Chennai, Tamil Nadu)
- India’s 67th chess Grandmaster – Leon Mendonca (Goa)
- Youngest Grandmaster In Chess History – Abhimanyu Mishra (United States)
○ 12 years, four months, and 25 days to obtain the highest title in chess.
- Serbia Open Chess Championship in Belgrade & Silver Lake Open chess tournament in Serbia – Nihal Sarin
- Indian Super League 2020-21 – Mumbai City FC
- 2020-21 La Liga title – Atletico Madrid
- 2021 Copa América – Argentina
- UEFA EURO 2020- Italy
- 2020-21 UEFA Champions League title – Chelsea
- 2020-21 UEFA Women’s Champions League title – Barcelona
- First men’s cricket team to win 100 T20I matches – Pakistan
- The third batsman in the history of international cricket to hit six 6s in an over – Kieron Pollard
○ With these six 6s, Pollard has joined the likes of Herschelle Gibbs and Yuvraj Singh in the elusive list.
- First Sri Lankan to hit six sixes in an over in any form of professional cricket – Thisara Perera
- Wisden’s leading cricketer in the world – Ben Stokes
- Also, Check – List Of Important Appointments 2021 PDF
Upcoming Sports Events
- World Badminton Championship in 2026 – India
- 2032 Olympics – Brisbane, Australia
- First edition of the FIH Hockey 5s World Cups for men and women in 2024 – Oman
- World Table Tennis Championships from November 23 to 29 – United States
- 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup will be held – Australia and New Zealand
- Women’s Rugby World Cup 2021 – New Zealand
- 2022 FIFA under-17 Women’s World Cup – India
- T20 World Cup – UAE
- 2022 Khelo India Youth Games – Haryana
- 2022 AFC women’s Asian Cup – Mumbai, Pune
- Also, Check – Updated List Of Important Books & Authors 2021 PDF
List of Indian Athletes Qualified For Tokyo Olympics 2020
- Tarundeep Rai – Men’s Recurve
- Atanu Das – Men’s Recurve
- Pravin Jadhav – Men’s Recurve
- Deepika Kumari – Women’s Recurve
- The men’s trio will also compete as a team at Tokyo 2020
- KT Irfan, Men’s 20km race walking
- Sandeep Kumar, Men’s 20km race walking
- Rahul Rohilla, Men’s 20km race walking
- Bhawna Jat, Women’s 20km race walking
- Priyanka Goswami, Women’s 20km race walking
- Avinash Sable, Men’s 3000m steeplechase
- Murali Sreeshankar, Men’s long jump
- MP Jabir, Men’s 400m hurdles
- Neeraj Chopra, Men’s javelin throw
- Shivpal Singh, Men’s javelin throw
- Annu Rani, Women’s javelin throw
- Tajinderpal Singh Toor, Men’s shot put
- Dutee Chand, Women’s 100m and 200m
- Kamalpreet Kaur, Women’s discus throw
- Seema Punia, Women’s discus throw
- PV Sindhu, Women’s singles
- B Sai Praneeth, Men’s singles
- Satwiksairaj Rankireddy and Chirag Shetty, Men’s doubles
- Vikas Krishan (Men’s, 69kg)
- Lovlina Borgohain (Women’s, 69kg)
- Ashish Kumar (Men’s, 75kg)
- Pooja Rani (Women’s, 75kg)
- Satish Kumar (Men’s, 91kg)
- Mary Kom (Women’s, 51kg)
- Amit Panghal (Men’s, 52kg)
- Manish Kaushik (Men’s, 63kg)
- Simranjit Kaur (Women’s, 60kg)
- Fouaad Mirza is the first Indian equestrian to qualify for the Games in 20 years.
- Bhavani Devi became the first Indian fencer to qualify for the Olympics.
- Anirban Lahiri
- Udayan Mane
- Aditi Ashok
- Pranati Nayak is only the second Indian woman gymnast to qualify for the Olympics.
- Sushila Devi Likmabam will be India’s only participant in Judo at Tokyo 2020.
- Indian rowers Arjun Jat and Arvind Singh qualified in the men’s lightweight double sculls event at the Asian qualifiers in Tokyo, Japan in May.
- Nethra Kumanan, Laser Radial
- Vishnu Saravanan, Laser Standard
- KC Ganapathy and Varun Thakkar, 49er
- Sajan Prakash
- Srihari Nataraj
- Maana Patel
- Sharath Kamal
- Sathiyan Gnanasekaran
- Sutirtha Mukherjee
- Manika Batra
- Sania Mirza and Ankita Raina, Women’s Doubles
- Sumit Nagal
- Mirabai Chanu becomes 1st Indian weightlifter to win silver in Olympics.
- Chanu managed to lift a total of 202 kg in the women’s 49kg category to become the second Indian weightlifter after Karnam Malleswari to win an Olympic medal.
- Seema Bisla, Women’s Freestyle, 50kg
- Vinesh Phogat, Women’s Freestyle 53kg
- Anshu Malik, Women’s Freestyle 57kg
- Sonam Malik, Women’s Freestyle 62kg
- Ravi Kumar Dahiya, Men’s Freestyle 57kg
- Bajrang Punia, Men’s Freestyle 65kg
- Deepak Punia, Men’s Freestyle 86 kg
- Anjum Moudgil, 10m Women’s Air Rifle
- Apurvi Chandela, 10m Women’s Air Rifle
- Divyansh Singh Panwar, 10m Men’s Air Rifle
- Deepak Kumar, 10m Men’s Air Rifle
- Tejaswini Sawant, 50m Women’s Rifle 3 Position
- Sanjeev Rajput, 50m Men’s Rifle 3 Position
- Aishwarya Pratap Singh Tomar, 50m Men’s Rifle 3 Position
- Manu Bhaker, 10m Women’s Air Pistol
- Yashaswini Singh Deswal, 10m Women’s Air Pistol
- Saurabh Chaudhary, 10m Men’s Air Pistol
- Abhishek Verma, 10m Men’s Air Pistol
- Rahi Sarnobat, 25m Women’s Pistol
- Elavenil Valarivan, 10m air rifle women’s Pistol
- Angad Veer Singh Bajwa, Men’s Skeet
- Mairaj Ahmad Khan, Men’s Skeet
Sports And Games Current Affairs FAQs
Q. What are the recent current affairs?
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Q. What is the national sport of India?
Ans. – Till now there is no declared National Game of India. Other Popular Games of India – Cricket, Kabaddi, Badminton, Chess.
Q. How many sports are there?
Ans. – By any reckoning there is more than 8000 sports in the world.
Q. What are the 3 types of sports?
Ans. – We can categorize them by the numbers of players, the three main categories are individual sport, dual sport and team sport.