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Sport Current Affairs June 4th Week 2017
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Sport Current Affairs June 4th Week 2017

1. K Srikanth wins Indonesian Open.

India’s Kidambi Srikanth has lifted the Indonesia Open Super Series badminton title at Jakarta by defeating Japan’s Kazumasa Sakai in straight sets 21-11, 21-19. For Srikanth who is currently World No. 22 this is a big title win. It is Srikanth’s third Super Series title after 2014 China Open and 2015 India Open.

Indonesian Open Super Series is an annual badminton tournament organised by Persatuan Bulutangkis Seluruh Indonesia (PBSI). The tournament was first conducted in 1982. It has become part of the BWF Superseries in 2007 and earned the Superseries Premier Status in 2011.

2. Anil Kumble Resigns as head coach of indian cricket team.

Anil Kumble’s resignation as the Indian cricket team’s head coach has caused a void for the Virat Kohli-led side. The spin great’s statement that his relation with the skipper had become ‘untenable’ has only complicated matters for Indian cricket.

Nevertheless, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) sought applications for the post of the next head coach of the national team nearly a month ago.

Although Vinod Rai, the head of the Committee of Administrators, had endorsed an extension for Kumble until the upcoming tour of West Indies, the latter didn’t seem interested in the offer. With Dr Maturi Venkat Sridhar, the general manager of Cricket Operations to supervise the team management for the upcoming tour of West Indies, HT looks at the chances of the top five candidates who’ve reportedly submitted an application, for the coveted job.

3. IOC and Intel announce worldwide top partnership through to 2024.

As a worldwide top partner, intel will work with the International Olympic Committee (IOC) to reimagine the future of the olympic games with new levels of fan interaction through leading-edge technology.

Key Points:

  • Intel and the IOC are partnering to bring Intel’s leading technology to enhance the Olympic Games through to 2024.
  • Intel will focus primarily on infusing its 5G platforms, VR, 3D and 360 content development platforms, artificial intelligence platforms and drones, along with other silicon solutions to enhance the Olympic Games.
  • Intel will work across the Olympic Movement and with other Olympic partners to integrate technology into many facets of the Olympic Games.



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