Sport Events in November 2000
Vladimir Kramnik wins the Braingames World chess championship with a round to spare in London.
John Wright is appointed India coach by the BCCI.
BCCI suspends five cricketers -Mohammed Azaruddin, Ajay Sharma, Ajay Jadeja, Nayan Mongia and Manoj Prabhakar for a period of 15 days after the CBI report.
Arjun Atwal wins the Hero Honda golf championship in Gurgaon.
Richa Mishra creates a national record in the women's 400m individual medley in 5.15.28sec in the 55th Senior National Aquatic championship in Calcutta.
Railway men's team sets a National record in 4x200m freestyle relay event in the 55th Senior National Aquatic championship in Calcutta.
Indrajit Bhalotia wins the Wills Southern Open golf tournament.
India wins the men's team title in the World carrom championship in New Delhi.
South African Jonty Rhodes announces his retirement from Test cricket.
R.M. Shankara and Rashmi Kumari lift men's and women's title in the World carrom championship in New Delhi.
Mohun Bagan wins the Durand Cup in New Delhi.
Indian girls lifts Asian junior title in the inaugural Asian Hockey Federation cup under-18 championship in Hong Kong.
Allan Donald becomes the first South African bowler to take 300 wickets.
USA wins the Federation Cup women's tennis title for a record 17th time in Las Vegas.
Wasim Akram becomes the 24th player to play his 100th Test for Pakistan.