Sport Events in February 2001
Petroleum Sports Control Board men and women claim titles in the National badminton championship at Jaipur.
Sergei Bubka, the world's best ever pole vaulter, calls it quits.
Mustafa Ghouse and Manisha Malhotra clinch a double each in the men and women categories respectively of the Indian Oil Servo National tennis championship at Kolkata.
Air rifle record holder Abhinav Bindra (India) clinches the Den Haag Cup in the Intershoot 2001 leg of the European circuit.
India lifts the SAARC golf championship at New Delhi.
Pankaj Roy, 73, former India cricketer, passes away at Kolkata.
Gopi Chand in men and Aparna Popat in women clinch titles in the National badminton championship at Jaipur.
Australia wins the Triangular one-day cricket series against West Indies in Australia.
Anuja Thakur of Maharashtra wins the billiards championship for women in Chennai.
India gets past China in the Asia-Oceania Group I Davis Cup tie in China.
Maharashtra's Anuja Thakur wins the National snooker championship at Chennai.
Athlete Jackie Joyner Kersee (USA) retires from athletic scene.
Joseph G. Gallagher of Switzerland emerges champion in Goodricke International Open chess tournament at Kolkata.
Mohd. Azlam Iskandar in boys' section and Nicol David of Malaysia in girls' emerge champions in the Asian junior squash championship at Chennai.
Swathi Ghate wins the 7th Sri Chakra Cool Mist National women's `B' chess tournament at Palakkad.
Devendra Joshi claims the Khel.com National billiards championship in Chennai.
India lifts the ACC under-17 Asia cricket cup at Dhaka.
Sir Donald Bradman (92), Australian cricket legend, passes away at Sydney.