The Times of India Sports Awards telecommunication program.
The Times of India Sports Awards telecommunication program, which is awarded annually to the best performers, was held in Delhi on Thursday.
The leading media house The Times of India presented the sports awards for the year. The Times of India Sports Awards (TOISA 2019) held in Delhi was attended by many sports celebrities. Hockey Olympian Balbir Singh senior, iconic cricketer Bishan Singh Bedi, the 1980 Olympic Gold Medal winning team captain Wei Bhaskaran, members somaiya, Mervyn Fernandez, Zafar Iqbal, Surinder Singh sodhi, Mk Kaushik, the Indian badminton chief coach Pullela Gopichand, players PV Sindhu, Bee Sai Praneeth couple, cricketer Kuldeep Yada As para athlete Deepa Malik, singer Manu shooters, Jaspal Rana were present.
Indian badminton player Sindhu was honored at the awards ceremony. Won three awards in total. Unbreakable Spirit of the Year, Sports Person of the Year, Badminton Female Player of the Year. Rohit Sharma also won the Best Cricket of the Year award. Buying Bhutia was awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award.
The other awards for the year 2019 include Indian Men’s Hockey Team (Best Team), Jaspal Rana (Best Coach), Anish Bhanwala, Lalremisamyakki (Emerging Players), Abhishek Varma, Deepika Kumari Male and Female Athletes), Bee Sai Praneeth (Best Male Badminton Player), Sourava Kothariki (good billiards / snooker), Amit panghal, lovlina borgohain (best male, female boxers), R prajnanandaku (very good chess player) received awards.
As well as the 2019 edadikiganu good footballer Sunil cetri, good woman, male hockey players queen, Harmanpreet Singh, a good woman, male shooter Manu Baker, Saurabh Chaudhry, a good woman, male squash players Josh Chinnappa, Sourav Ghoshal, the best table tennis player of the wrist Batra, good Vineesh Phogat and Bajrang Pooni as male and male racers £, good woman, male weight lifter Mirabai Chanu, Satish Lingam, a good woman, male Para Athletes Manasi Joshi, Pramod Bhagat won awards. Gopichand was named Mentor of the Year, Queen was given the Inspiration of the Year, Change Agent of the Year Award was given to Odisha Shakti, Youth Icon Award to Vijender Singh, Icon of the Century Award to Balbir Singh.
The jury committee for the selection of the other side of the awards is well known. Former team captain Devendra Jazzaria, along with former Indian cricketer Jaafar Iqbal, former cricketer cum MP Gautam Gambhir, former athlete Ashwini Nachappa, former footballer Baichung Bhutia and two-time Paralympics champion Devendra Jazzariya.
This year, the awards were presented in 15 categories for men and women. Awarded in Archery, Athletics, Badminton, Billiards / Snooker, Boxing, Chess, Cricket, Football, Hockey, Shooting, Squash, Table Tennis, Wrestling, Weightlifting, Parasports. They were also awarded 11 special awards. Union sports minister Kiran Rijiju attended the function. 1980 Olympics gold medal honored Indian team.