Vicky Kaushal may be known for his acting and his successful films, but besides being an underrated Bollywood star, he is also an underrated style icon. With his minimal outfits and casual ensembles, Vicky knows how to keep it simple yet stylish. Here are his four looks that we have decoded for you:
Look 1: The actor's polished look was projected naturally and flawlessly in this white linen shalwar kameez for men.
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Skateboarding legend Tony Hawk tested out the new Olympic skate park in Tokyo's waterfront, calling the sport's adoption into the Games "surreal". Hawk, now 53 and father of four, said the Olympics would further help grow skateboarding's profile and expose the sport to audiences that are new to it or refused to embrace it in the past. "As a kid that was mostly lambasted for my interest in skateboarding, I never imagined it would be part of the Olympic Games," Hawk wrote below an Instagram video he posted shredding the new bowl at the Tokyo Olympic venue.
The Brazilian men's and women's beach volleyball teams earned satisfying wins in their opening pool encounters at the Tokyo Olympics on Saturday, beating their Argentine rivals in straight sets at Shiokaze Park. Brazil's Alvaro Filho and 2016 gold medallist Alison Cerutti beat the Argentine duo of Nicolas Capogrosso and Julian Azaad 21-16 21-17 to kick things off. Cerutti, who also won silver in 2012, scored the bulk of the attacking points and also won five points at the net with blocks while his team mate was able to successfully dig the ball out five times.
After a bruising first-round victory against China, where he came off a painful ankle twist to hit the game-winning shot, Bulut reflected on the long road that's led him and his sport to an Olympic debut https://www.reuters.com/lifestyle/sports/on-3x3-basketball-tokyo-olympics-2021-06-21 in Tokyo. "We've been waiting for this moment for like five years now and without any support," Bulut, 35, said, sweat dripping in the searing Tokyo heat. Bulut has helped Serbia claim four of the six FIBA 3x3 World Cups that have been held so far.
Six years ago, Aram Mahmoud fled war-torn Syria for the Netherlands, leaving behind his sister, parents and dreams of becoming a world-class badminton player. Little did he know that one day, he'd be squaring off against the world's seventh-best men's singles player at the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games. While Mahmoud, who began playing badminton with his sister at the age of seven, didn't win against Indonesia's Jonatan Christie, the 24-year-old is still proud of his achievement, scoring 14 points to Christie's 21 in their second match at the Musashino Forest Sport Plaza.
Poland's Iga Swiatek put in a clinical performance to move past Mona Barthel of Germany with a 6-2 6-2 win on her Olympic debut, as sweltering conditions in Tokyo took a toll on the players on the opening day of tennis at the Games. Russia's Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova lost only one game versus Italy's Sara Errani but this year's Roland Garros runner-up had spent enough time on Court Three under the blazing sun to feel dizzy and took a medical timeout in the second set. Swiatek, the 2020 French Open champion, kicked off proceedings on the Centre Court of the Ariake Tennis Park and managed to stay calm and composed to beat Barthel, formerly ranked among the world's top 25, with temperatures hovering around 33 degrees Celsius (91.4°F).
The addition of surfing and skateboarding has brought a whole new lifestyle vibe to the Olympic village, with laid-back competitors in Tokyo aiming just as much for having fun as they are for winning gold. Long seen by athletes and fans alike as underground sports that should not be about competition, the surfers and skaters at the 2020 Games are embracing the higher profile that comes with being part of the mainstream. The 33-year-old is also enjoying being something of an outlier in the Olympic village.
Sport stretched out over Tokyo on Saturday as the Olympic Games finally got underway, but the shadow of COVID-19 and controversy was never far away on the opening day. China fired an ominous warning as Yang Qian grabbed the Games' first gold, the morning after Japan's global superstar tennis player Naomi Osaka had lit the Olympic cauldron to officially open the pandemic-delayed extravaganza. The sight of an athlete, eyes glistening with joy, was always going to be a welcome one for organisers, and 21-year-old Chinese shooter Yang provided it, holding her nerve in the women's 10-metre rifle competition to overhaul Anastasiia Galashina.
China and Russia, two of Tokyo's top Olympic medal contenders in men's artistic gymnastics, put down markers on Saturday, dominating the first of three qualifying subdivisions. Early action on opening day at the Ariake Gymnastics Centre produced little drama as the athletes expected to battle for podium places over the next 11 days looked poised to qualify with the minimum of fuss. Still, qualifying will provide a glimpse at where the fights will be with eight nations advancing to Monday's team final by the end of the day.
Mykayla Skinner finally made the U.S. women’s Olympics 2020 gymnastics team after being left off the Rio 2016 squad. The 24-year-old Arizonan’s vault is good enough to land her on the podium alongside teammate Simone Biles, but she might not get the chance to try. What happens in the qualification round on Sunday will decide whether a gymnast like Skinner will walk away from the Tokyo Games with a medal or nothing at all.
Helen Glover’s hopes of capping a remarkable return with an historic third successive Olympic gold medal were dealt a hefty blow on a disappointing Saturday morning for Britain’s rowers when her pairing with Polly Swann only just managed to scrape through to the semi-finals as the slowest qualifiers. After almost five years out to start a family, Glover raised expectations that she might again stand atop the Olympic podium when she and Swann won the European title earlier this year. However, the
Australia powered past hosts Japan 5-3 in a thrilling opening match of the men's hockey tournament at the Tokyo Olympics on Saturday, while India fought back from a goal down to beat New Zealand. Australia's 'Kookaburras' trailed 3-2 at halftime after conceding three goals in quick succession not long before the break but kept fighting to turn the tables in the final two quarters. The Australians pulled level in the 34th minute after Blake Govers scored a penalty corner and went ahead on the sun-drenched pitch of the main stadium with a backhand shot from captain Aran Zalewski that flew high in the net.
Anna van der Breggen knows that if she is to celebrate her final year as a professional cyclist with a second successive Olympic title she will have to beat a team mate on Sunday. The 31-year-old world champion, along with 2012 Olympic winner and three-time world champion Marianne Vos, Annemiek van Vleuten and Demi Vollering, will form a fearsome quartet over the hilly 136 km course. Van der Breggen won in Rio after race leader Van Vleuten suffered a horrific crash on the descent to Copacabana.
TOKYO (Reuters) -The United States suffered a surprise loss to Indonesia in the mixed-team archery competition on Saturday, dashing the 8th-ranked pair's medal hopes. Indonesian pair Diananda Choirunisa and Riau Salsabilla, ranked 36th in the world leading into the event, now go on to the next round to face Turkey in a quarter-final, ahead of the final later in the day. "Honestly, I'm so shocked ... like I completely expected us to win a medal today," American world No.1 Brady Ellison said after the defeat.
YOKOHAMA, Japan (Reuters) -Canada took advantage of a pair of throwing errors to secure a 7-1 win against Australia on Saturday at the start of the third set of softball games at the Tokyo Olympics. Australia's second loss in the six-team tournament leaves them in fourth place with two games to go. Australia captain Stacey Porter expressed fear that the loss dashed their chances of reaching the gold-medal game.
American surfer Caroline Marks eyes the Pacific Ocean carefully before expertly catching a wave and launching into a routine of slashing turns and jumps, fine-tuning her tricks ahead of surfing's long-awaited Olympic debut on Sunday. The campaign to have the sport included in the Games was going on long before the 19-year-old was born, and she and her fellow surfers are hoping for the big waves they need to showcase the best of their sport at Tsurigasaki Surf Beach. "I'm super-excited," New Zealander Billy Stairmand told Reuters after his final training session at the beach.