• Red Bull’s Max Verstappen won the Austrian Grand Prix for the second year in a row
    while champion Mercedes lost for the first time in this season.
  •  Indian pro boxer Vaibhav Yadav has become the WBC Asia Silver Welterweight Champion. He defeated Thailand's Fahpetch Singmanassak in the title bout held in Pattaya, Thailand.
  • The Indian team lost to Pakistan in the final of the IBSF Snooker World Cup in Doha. India lost the summit clash by 1-3. Pankaj Advani and Laxman Rawat represented the Indian team in the world cup.
  • Hima Das, the under-20 World champion has won the gold medal in women’s 200m in the Poznan Athletics Grand Prix. 
  • Odisha will host the 21st Commonwealth Table Tennis Championship in  Cuttack, from July 17 to 22.
  • United States wins FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019 held in Lyon, France. They defeated the Netherlands with a scrore of 2-0.
  • Rohit Sharma has set a world record of maximum hundreds in the single World Cup. He has become the first batsman in the world to score five hundreds in a single World Cup and break the record of Former Sri Lankan skipper Kumar Sangakarra.
  • Indian athletes have won 4 gold medals in the Kutno Athletics Meet held in Poland.Following is the list of winners in the different categories:

  1. Hima Das won the gold while V.K. Vismaya bagged the silver in the women’s 200m race.
  2. Muhammed Anas won the gold in men’s 200 m race.
  3. M P Jabir won the gold while Jithin Paul bagged the bronze medal in the men’s 400m hurdles.
  4. P Saritaben (gold), Sonia Baishya (silver) and R Vithya (bronze) won the women’s 400 m race.

  • Li Shi Feng has won the men's singles title of Canada Open Badminton. He defeatedIndia's Parupalli Kashyap in the title clash.
  • Ten-man Brazil held on to win the Copa America on home soil despite Gabriel Jesus's dismissal with a 3-1 victory over Peru. 
  • Arinjeeta Dey, a 10-year-old girl, has won a silver medal in the World Youth Cup held in Umag, Croatia
  • Magnus Carlsen won the 2019 Croatia Grand Chess Tour title. He scored 8 points. 
  • 4 gold medals for India in Commonwealth Senior Weightlifting Championships. Following is the list of winners in the different categories:

  1. Rishikanta Singh grabbed the gold in the senior men’s 55kg event.
  2. Soroikhaibam Bindyarani Devi wins gold while Matsa Santoshi wins the silver medal in the senior women’s 55kg event.
  3. Jhilli Dalabehra wins gold in the senior women’s 45 kg event.
  4. Mirabai Chanu wins gold in the senior women’s 49 kg event.

  • Wrestler Vinesh Phogat has won a gold medal in the 53kg category, while Divya Kakranhas won the gold medal in the 68kg category at the Grand Prix of Spain.Pooja Dhanda (57kg) has won a silver after losing the title clash to Russia’s Veronika Chumikova.
  •  Dutee Chand from Odisha has won the gold medal in the women's 100 metre sprint at the 30th Summer University Games in Naples, Italy. 
  • Fergus Kavanagh has been roped in to conduct a 7 day camp with Indian defenders at the Sports Authority of India Centre in Bengaluru

  • Rakhi Halder and Davinder Kaur has won a gold medal each in the senior women’s section of weightlifting in the Commonwealth Championships. Davinder Kaur has won the gold medal in women’s 59kg event. While Rakhi Halder has won the gold medal in the 64kg category. The Championship is taking place in Apia, Samoa.

  • India have won 4 gold medals in Commonwealth Weightlifting Championships held in Apia, Samoa. The Indian medallists are:

  1. Junior: R. Arockiya Alish has won silver medal in 76kg event.
  2. Women (Elite): Manpreet Kaur has won silver medal in 76kg event.
  3. Junior and youth: L. Sadananda Singh has won Bronze & Gold medals in 73kg event.
  4. Junior: Gulam Navi has won gold medal in 67kg event.
  5. Men (Elite and junior): Achinta Sheuli has won 2 gold medals in 73kg event.

  • Mexico defeated USA  to claim their eighth CONCACAF Gold Cup titleJonathan Dos Santos scored the winning goal in 73rd min for Mexico in the thrilling final.
  • In Table Tennis, Indian pair G. Sathiyan and Anthony Amalraj won the bronze at the World Tour Platinum Australian Open. They defeat Korean pair of Jeoung Youngsik and Lee Sangsu.
  • Serbian Novak Djokovic won his fifth Wimbledon title after defeating Swiss tennis ace Roger Federer. 
  • Lewis Hamilton made a thrilling victory in the Silverstone circuit to win his sixth British Grand Prix, his seventh victory in ten races in 2019 and the 80th win of his career.
  • India wrestler Vinesh Phogat has won her second consecutive gold in 53kg, at Yasar Dogu International in Istanbul. 
  • England lifted the ICC Cricket World Cup Trophy 2019 at the Lord’s cricket stadium in London. England defeated New Zealand with more number of boundaries in the Super Overthriller in the grand finale of ICC Cricket World Cup Trophy 2019.

  1. Player of the tournament: Kane Williamson (New Zealand).
  2. Player of the Match Award: Ben Stokes (England).
  3. Highest run scorer of the tournament: Rohit Sharma (India).
  4. Highest wicket taker of the tournament: Mitchell Starc (Australia).

  • M. Sreeshankar has won the long jump gold at the Tatyana Kolpakova International athletics. The tournament was held in Bishkek (Kyrgyzstan).
  • India bagged two Gold medals in the Women's 10-meter Air Rifle event at the International Shooting Sport Federation Junior World Cup in Suhl, Germany.
  • Olympic silver medallist Amir Khan clinched the WBC international welterweight title. He knocked out Australian Billy Dib in the fourth round of his bout in the inaugural Super Boxing League held in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.
  •  Anahat won the girls’ U13 title while Joshi won the boys’ U17 title. Two Indian players managed to win the titles on the final day of the Dutch Junior Open squash tournament in Amsterdam (Netherlands).
  • International Shooting Sport Federation approved India's application to host the ISSF World Cup stages. World Cup will be held in New Delhi from March 15 to 26 ,2020. The last edition of ISSF World Cup was held in Munich, Germany.
  • Odisha Governor inaugurated the 21st edition of Commonwealth Table Tennis Championship at the Jawaharlal Indoor Stadium in Cuttack, Odisha.
  • Vijayveer Sidhu picked up his third gold medal of the ongoing ISSF Junior World Cup in Suhl, Germany, combining with Rajkanwar Singh Sandhu and Adarsh Singh to clinch themen's 25m pistol.
  • Shooter Anish Bhanwala claimed gold in 25m rapid fire pistol competition to continue India's dominance in the tournament in Suhl, Germany.
  • Star Indian sprinter Hima Das clinched gold in a 200m race in 23.25 seconds creditable timing in the Tabor Athletics Meet in Czech Republic.
  •  ISSF Junior World Cup, Sarabjot Singh shot a 239.6 to bag the men's 10 metres air pistol gold.
  •  International Cricket Council has suspended Zimbabwe for failing to ensure there is no government interference in its running of the sport.
  • India has made a record by winning gold in both men’s and women’s category of the 21st Commonwealth Table Tennis Championship taking place in Odisha.
  • North Korea wins the 2nd edition of Intercontinental Cup football tournament. North Korea beats Tajikistan in the finals held in Ahmedabad. North Korea, Tajikistan, India and Syria participated in the event.
  • The Britain swimmer Adam Peaty has break the world record in the men’s 100 metrebreaststroke at the World Championships in Gwangju, South Korea. 
  • Indian sprinter Hima Das extended her sensational run by claiming her fifth gold of the month as she returned to her pet 400m competition with a season-best time of 52.09 seconds in Nove Mesto, Czech Republic. She is fondly called the 'Dhing Express'.
  • Shiva Thapa became India’s first gold-medallist at the President’s Cup boxing tournament after getting a walkover in the finals in Astana, Kazakhstan.
  •  Indian bodybuilder Ravinder Kumar Malik has clinched Mr. South Asia title. He has crowned the overall champion at 12th South Asian Bodybuilding and Physique Sports Championship in Kathmandu.
  •  Shooting Junior World Cup, Aishwarya Pratap Singh Tomar clinched gold with a junior world record in the final of rifle 3-position event in Suhl Germany.
  • Japan’s Akane Yamaguchi wins Indonesia Open BWF Tour Super 1000 tournamentheld in Jakarta, Indonesia. She defeated India's P.V. Sindhu in the title clash by 21-15, 21-16.
  • Filipino legend Manny Pacquiao claimed the WBA welterweight championship after scoring a split-decision win against Keith Thurman. 
  • Irishman Shane Lowry wins British Open to claim his first major golfing title at Royal Portrush.
  •  American tennis player John Isner wins Hall of Fame Tennis Championships title in Newport, Rhode Island. 
  • Abhay Singh of Tamil Nadu and Tanvi Khanna clinched the men's and women's titlesrespectively in the sixth Bengal Open squash tournament.
  • Kristof Milak shattered Michael Phelps' long-standing world record in the 200 metres butterfly at the World Aquatics Championships in Gwangju.
  • The BCCI has approved the Indian Cricketers Association (ICA). The ICA is not affiliated to Federation of International Cricketers’ Association (FICA) and is only open to former men and women cricketers.
  • American star Caeleb Dressel destroyed Michael Phelps’s World record in the 100 metres butterfly at the World Aquatics Championships 2019 in Gwangju (South Korea).
  • The 3rd edition of Khelo India Youth Games 2020 will be held in Guwahati. The Games will see a participation of more than 10,000 athletes and officials. 
  • Red Bull's Max Verstappen wins German Grand Prix held in Hockenheim, Germany.
  • Nikoloz Basilashvili wins the German Tennis Championships.
  • Egan Bernal became the 1st Colombian to win the Tour de France which finished in Paris, France
  • 9 member Indian Army team has left for Belarus to compete in the Sniper Frontier Competition as part of the International Army Games scheduled on 03 Aug to 17 Aug 2019.
  • Former France and Manchester United defender Patrice Evra has announced his retirement

  •  American Collin Morikawa has won the US PGA title at the Barracuda Championship
    This was his 1st win in the US PGA title. 
  •  Tamil Nadu girl Jerlin Anika has won the gold medal in the World Deaf Youth Badminton Championships held in Taipei. 
  • Olympic champion Dalilah Muhammad shattered one of the longest standing records in women’s athletics with a superb display to clinch victory in the 400m hurdles at US Championships.