Every year, Inter-IIT organizing boards dilly-dally about whether to include chess or not. Alleged that it is not even considered a sport event at times, chess’s staid and sober appearance doesn’t get much fan following even among the Inter-IIT organizers across the country. “Actually, chess was tried only as a trial sport at the Inter-IITs from 2009 to 2011 with Bombay winning all of them, but the organizing IITs refused to conduct it in 2012 and 2013 stating that it wasn’t a physical sport”, says Nitin.
With the tournaments of most of the sports drawing to a close today(18/12/2016), there was some splendid fight put in by all the teams.
With a silver in 100m and victory in 14 out of 17 matches across six sports today, Madras is definitely on a roll! Presenting
With commendable performances on the Day 4( 16/12/2016) by Madras, the grand attempt at taking the GC home continues. The IITM contingent today qualifies
Continuing to show the sportsmanship that IIT Madras is noted for, the contingent has today won 9 out of 11 matches across seven sports
Madras continues with same fighting streak on Day 2(14/12/2016). A brief look at how we stand with respect to each sport.
Day 1 of the Inter IIT Sports Meet at Kanpur draws to an end and a splendid fight was put up by every IIT
Badminton is perhaps one of the most complete sports in terms of fitness, sharpness and ability. Having a sharp game and being able to
Perhaps the smallest team going to Kanpur for this year’s Inter IIT, the IIT Madras squash team has high hopes. With three out of
As the cricket team readies itself for Inter IIT meet, T5E took the opportunity to interview it. Neema Davis presents excerpts from the unreserved