1. Top Indian squash player Saurav Ghosal won a 3-2 victory over Robbie Temple of England at the $120,000 El Gouna International Open in El Gouna, Egypt.
2. Woman wrestler Geeta made history as she became the first female Indian wrestler to qualify for the Olympic Games. Geeta in 55 kg category won the gold in the Asian qualifying tournament held in Astana, Kazakhstan, thus qualifying for the London Games.
3. Seventh seeded, Indo-Czeck pair of Leander Paes and Radek Stepanek claimed the doubles title of Miami Masters.
4. World number one Novak Djokovic won the Miami Masters title on 1 April 2012. Djokovic defeated fourth seeded Andy Murray.
5. Fourth seeded Agnieszka Radwanska, on 31 March 2012, defeated Russian Tennis star Maria Sharapova to clinch Miami Masters women singles Title.
6. Ferrari driver Fernando Alonso on 25 March 2012, won the Formula One Malaysian Grand Prix.
7. The shooting World Championship of 2018 was awarded to Korean city of Changwon.
8. Ace Indian shuttler Saina Nehwal was defeated by the China’s Xiao Jia Chen, in the second round of the Asian Badminton Championship.
9. The third seeded China’s Chen Jin defeated fellow countryman and fifth seeded Du Pengyu in the men’s finals of Asian Badminton Championship.
10. Shon Wan Ho of Korea defeated Chinese defending champion Lee Chong Wei in the final clash and clinch his maiden Super Series title (Indian Open).
11. Spanish Football club Real Madrid clinched its 32nd Spanish league title.
12. Indian women squash team won its maiden gold at the16th Asian Squash Championship in Kuwait.