Chinmay Hejmadi

Chinmay Hejmadi

Aspiring polyglot stuck in the body of an aspiring engineer. Keen interest in history. Sports nut. Loves a good test match - be it rugby or cricket. Partial towards Manchester United, Stoke City and Sydney Roosters. Loves long-form articles, both to read and to write.
  • Sep- 2015 -
    1 September
    NewsPhoto of The World’s Most Iconic Sports Stadiums: North America

    The World’s Most Iconic Sports Stadiums: North America

    This article is the first in a series of articles documenting the most iconic sports stadiums in the world. The introductory piece can be found here. America. The land of the free and the home of the brave. Home to the third largest population in the world, and the world’s foremost superpowers. Home also, to a sports-crazy population, with a…

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  • Aug- 2015 -
    22 August
    FootballPhoto of Why Serie A might Turn Out to be the League to Watch this Season?

    Why Serie A might Turn Out to be the League to Watch this Season?

    All empires fall, eventually. The Romans, the Ottomans, the Mughals, all had their heyday, and then eventually bit the dust. But can an empire rise again, like the clichéd phoenix from the ashes? Followers of Italian football must certainly be hoping so. What was a veritable juggernaut, one of the most prosperous leagues in the world, and that continually attracted…

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  • Jul- 2015 -
    30 July
    NewsPhoto of The World’s Most Iconic Sports Stadiums

    The World’s Most Iconic Sports Stadiums

    Watching sport is one of the primal forms of human indulgence and relaxation. Witnessing the supreme feats of physical and cerebral prowess of athletes is brilliantly cathartic – one finds comfort and feels vicarious pleasure from seeing a superbly executed manoeuvre, especially if the set of athletes performing the said manoeuvre are of the same persuasion as one’s own. So…

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